WASHINGTON — The National Retail Federation here told federal transportation officials this week that a proposal to limit the number of hours truck drivers spend behind the wheel each day would increase costs for businesses and consumers while undermining intended safety benefits by putting more trucks on the road during the most-congested hours. "As a result of the current 11-hour daily driving limit, U.S. retailers have been able to achieve significant efficiencies within ...
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