DOT would have to charge higher fees to cover the cost of regulating oversize, overweight loads such as the USAir jet fuselage that was trucked to a Charlotte museum in 2011.
DOT would have to charge higher fees to cover the cost of regulating oversize, overweight loads such as the USAir jet fuselage that was trucked to a Charlotte museum in 2011. tsumlin@charlotteobserver.com
DOT would have to charge higher fees to cover the cost of regulating oversize, overweight loads such as the USAir jet fuselage that was trucked to a Charlotte museum in 2011. tsumlin@charlotteobserver.com

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