Do you know your state's TMA/Attenuator Truck Regulations?
State By State Breakdown
Royal Truck & Equipment seeks to ensure that our customers are kept well-informed about how to best protect their employees at the work site. Our commitment to our customers is that we will invest the resources necessary to provide the most up-to-date information about the TMA Truck standards that have been put in place throughout the country. Our Crash/Attenuator/TMA Trucks are designed and built specifically to exceed the strictest standards throughout the U.S.
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Royal Truck & Equipment has over 30 years of experience in all facets of truck service. We are proud to have become THE place companies go to for their Traffic Control Vehicles and TMA Truck needs. As the nation's innovator in the installation of new equipment on clean used chassis, Royal offers the best value for your dollar. Whatever your Traffic Control Vehicles needs, Royal Truck & Equipment has the fully compliant TMA Truck for your company.
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This Page's Information was Last Updated on November, 2015
* On this webpage you will find information on regulations and specifications of each state in the U.S. The information is sourced from state DOT websites, online research, and conversations with personnel of the state DOT. While the information is updated as regularly as possible, Royal cannot accept responsibility for its reliability. For the most accurate and up-to- date information; contact your specific state department of transportation. Where possible, we provide contact information for the people that can answer these questions.