Dozens of truck drivers took part in a "slow roll" on an Indianapolis interstate highway Thursday to protest changes in federal trucking rules.
They drove at slower than normal speeds to protest a requirement that truckers use electronic devices that monitor how many hours they work. The drivers say the requirement costs them some of their pay.
Federal regulators are considering changing rules that dictate when and how much time drivers can spend on the road.
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