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Behind allegations Mexican truckers are breaking US cabotage rules — Long-Haul Crime Log

Behind allegations Mexican truckers are breaking US cabotage rules — Long-Haul Crime Log

Mexican trucks near the U.S- Mexico border.

This week’s episode of FreightWaves’ true-crime podcast, Long-Haul Crime Log, investigates one of the most controversial issues in cross-border trucking: cabotage violations. In the U.S., these occur when truckers based in Mexico or Canada illegally transport domestic freight. 

Co-host and FreightWaves reporter Noi Mahoney digs into recent allegations that truckers from Mexico are doing illegal runs within the U.S. and why it may be hurting the industry on both sides of the border.

Mexican truck drivers with B-1 business visas are allowed to move cross-border freight. Sources in the trucking industry told Mahoney that some are moving domestic freight, illegally, at substantially lower rates than their U.S. counterparts.

Beyond the recent allegations, the episode explores the thorny issue of cabotage and long-standing fears about Mexican and Canadian drivers illegally moving U.S. domestic freight. 

Fellow reporters Clarissa Hawes and Nate Tabak co-host the episode with Mahoney.

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About the podcast

Long-Haul Crime Log is a true-crime podcast that explores the dark side of the trucking industry.

Reach out at crime@freightwaves.com or find us on Twitter @LongHaulCrime.

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6 April 2021, 19:44