Regulations

Measure Would Limit Insurance Costs For Motorcoach Operators

Posted on May 15, 2015

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Appropriations approved a bill May 13 funding transportation programs that included a provision to stop the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration from raising insurance minimums for motorcoach companies.

The American Bus Association, along with others, worked diligently to see this provision added to the bill.

ABA press release here

Related article: 5 Ways To Trim Motorcoach Insurance Costs

Related Topics: American Bus Association, charter and tour operators, cost savings, federal regulations, fleet insurance, legislation, motorcoaches, Safety & Insurance

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