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What to Consider in a Carrier ELD Mandate Policy

With the ELD Mandate rapidly approaching, it is a good idea for carriers to look at policies and procedures — whether establishing new ones when converting from paper or revisiting existing ones when using automatic onboard recording devices (AOBRDs). Every company is different and should consult legal counsel when working on these policies, however, there are some items that carriers can consider when initiating these conversations based on carrier best practices and the content of the ELD Mandate. You may already have an Hours of Service policy that indicates drivers are to comply with the requirements of 49 CFR 395.3...
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ELD Mandate Update: Short Term Rental Exemption

Previously, we reported that the Truck Renting and Leasing Association (TRALA) filed for an exemption with the FMCSA for short-term rental vehicles from requiring ELDs for short-term breakdowns for up to 30 days. The FMCSA published in the Federal Registry, as of October 10, 2017, that an exemption will be granted for short-term trucks. Instead of covering trucks rented for 30 days, as petitioned by TRLA, the FMCSA will grant the exemption for trucks rented eight days or fewer. Here are the key things to know: This exemption covers a rental period of eight days or fewer, whether or not...
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FMCSA Offers ELD Mandate Learning Events in October

The ELD Mandate compliance date is rapidly approaching and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is offering several opportunities for carriers to ask questions and get clarification on the rule this month. Don’t miss the chance to hear straight from FMCSA on how to prepare. Wednesday, October 11, 2017, and Thursday, October 12, 2017 FMCSA will be holding an event at the Davis Travel Center in Stony Creek, Virginia as part of their ELD Implementation National Tour. Representatives from FMCSA will be at the travel center to answer questions about ELD implementation and supply resources to help carriers get...
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Top ELD Questions about Short Haul

In today’s delivery world, balancing customer service demands with company needs such as controlling costs and filing IFTA paperwork is a daily challenge. Many short haul operations can now add the ELD Mandate to that list, but there is a lot of confusion out there as to who really needs to comply. As defined in the FMCSA Hours of Service Regulations, in order to meet the definition for short haul, you must: Start and return to the same location within 12 hours Drive no more than 11 hours Have ten consecutive hours off between shifts Maintain your time clock function...
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ELD Mandate FAQs – RODS Requirements, Exemptions, and Agricultural Trucks

As the deadline looms for the ELD Mandate, many fleets still seek answers to common questions. Here are a few questions and answers to help. Will my RODS requirements change after the ELD Mandate goes into force? Keep this one key fact to keep in mind: Nothing has changed about which drivers must keep a Record of Duty Status (RODS) in a log. The ELD Mandate only specifies the tools used to keep the log. If the regulation you were using before ELD was exempt from RODS , it will still be exempt after the ELD. If I’ve never needed...