March 1 marked the enactment of the law enforcing weight limits on commercial vehicles on Guam’s roadways. The legislation came about rightfully, as no one will deny that even the island’s primary roads, let alone its secondary and shortcut routes, have seen better days.
When DPW began the trial of the Truck Enforcement Screening Station in October and began issuing citations and advising truckers how much their load was overweight and what that would amount to in fines come March, reality set in. This weigh station that had been collecting dust since it was completed in 2013 was . . .
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