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ELD Log Book (Electronic Log Books): How to Choose the Best ELD Logs Provider

Truck drivers are now required to use ELD log books. These devices collect data such as truck movements with GPS locations, miles driven, and engine hours to prevent drivers from exceeding the hours of service limits. Federal Motor Carrier Safety … Continue Reading

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What Is an EOBR?

In order to keep everyone on the road safe, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulates commercial drivers’ drive time and rest periods. As such, the owners of commercial trucking fleets have a legal obligation to make sure their … Continue Reading

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ELD Trucking Guide: How to Make ELD Work for Your Trucking Business

Great trucking businesses always manage their compliance and operations properly. Make the ELD mandate work for you and enhance your bottom line. We’ve drafted the ELD trucking guide to help you choose your electronic logbook wisely. The ELD Mandate The … Continue Reading

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AOBRD Vs ELD

For the past two years, everyone in the trucking and commercial transportation industry has been wrapped around the ELD mandate. It all started in 2012, when the United States Congress created the “Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century” … Continue Reading

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Electronic Logs for Hotshot Drivers

All applicable hotshot drivers and carriers must comply with the ELD mandate. Drivers should be aware of their responsibility to keep Records of Duty Status (RODS), electronic logs, and maintain their electronic logging devices (ELD). For more information on DOT … Continue Reading

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Electronic Logs for Truckers

As part of the ELD Mandate, electronic logs for truckers are required by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). The ELD Final Rule was first published in December 2015. At that time truck drivers were given two years to … Continue Reading

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E-Logs for Owner Operators

For owner-operators to comply with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) electronic logbook rules, you will need to have a good electronic log to track your hours. This will also help you stay competitive and safe while working in … Continue Reading

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Texas ELD Mandate

FMCSA established ELD rules mandatory for most commercial motor vehicle (CMV) owners by the end of 2015. Since that time, it was enforced twice. The last edition takes effect this year, requiring installing compliant devices. Texas became the first state … Continue Reading

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California ELD Mandate Enforcement

The ELD mandate, also known as ELD Final Rule, was issued by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration as a measure to improve the safety of drivers and road traffic. The rule requires truck drivers to use ELDs – electronic … Continue Reading