Missouri truck drivers have won a major victory with a speed limit bill being debated in the House. More from Kelly Just at the State Capital.
Both Democrats and Republicans turned down a proposal placing a fifty-five mile an hour limit on all transport trucks.
Members argued that disrupting traffic flow with seperate speeds for trucks and passenger vehicles would pose a greater hazard.
Highway Patrol Superintendant, Colonel Fred Mills disagrees. He says with all speed limits going up, now is the time for caution.
The House will continue debating Missouri speed laws.
Kelly Just, Jefferson City