CHP planning agriculture truck inspection event

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Jul. 3—Yuba-Sutter farmers in want of a full car protectedty look ation Might have An alternative to have their automobiles checked To Enconstructive They’re ready for the upcoming harvest season all by way of an event on Tuesday.

Tuesday’s event, which Is usually referred to as Farmers Amnesty Day, is being organized by the California Freeway Patrol.

“It is an event for the native farmers To permit them to convey out their automobiles Which have been sitting since final yr to get a car protectedty look ation To Make constructive That they are protected To function on the roadway,” said Joshua Oglesby, public information officer for California Freeway Patrol Yuba-Sutter. “Officers will informationrm them of the deficiencies To permit them to get it fixed Earlier to the harvest.”

The look ation is a requirement for these Inside the ag enterprise that function automobiles, Oglesby said. Officers look at the automobiles entrance to again, prime to backside To Enconstructive They’re compliant with the regulation.

CHP has provided This method for the previous 10 yrs, Aside from final yr’s event that was canceled As a Outcome of of COVID-19.

“This event Isn’t for The conventional truck drivers, It is particularly for farmers Who’ve had their automobiles sitting since final yr And may get them up and Engaged on the roadways for the upcoming harvest,” Oglesby said.

The event is deliberate for July 6 starting at 7 a.m. On the Sikh Temple Parking lot — 2468 Tierra Buena Road, Yuba Metropolis.

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