Mexican Truck Drivers Soon Allowed to Travel Within United States
by Angeeneh Adamian, KFOX
Posted on September 5, 2007
Cesar Lopez owns a trucking company in El Paso. He said the new program may mean trouble for his company.
"I'm fearing that they are going to offer cheaper rates, because of the drivers. The fuel, everything will be the same but the keys and the driver will make half what an American driver makes," Lopez told KFOX.
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