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Six Months until the ELD Deadline
Dec. 18, 2017, is fast approaching. Why is that date important? That is the deadline for all to comply with the ELD mandate. While the regulations have been analyzed every which way and anytime you turn around someone else is putting together a webinar to go over it, very little has been done on how
SCOTUS Refuses to hear OOIDA Suit Against ELD Mandate
The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) lawsuit against the Electronic Logging Device mandate, which goes into effect Dec. 18, came to an abrupt halt today when the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the case. OOIDA originally brought a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration in March
ELD Device Compliance, Inspections, and Regulations
We get a lot of questions about hours-of-service limits, recordkeeping requirements, and exceptions. Here are some answers to keep you ELD compliant and on the road. In this, the third of a three-part question and answer series, Truckstop.com Director of Industry Relations Susan Collins talks with Thomas E. Bray, lead transportation editor for J. J.
How to Deal with ELD Device Compliance, Electronic Logs, and Inspections
At Truckstop.com, we get a lot of questions about how the new ELD compliance rule will affect vehicle driving inspections. Learn how to stay on the road and out of the hot seat. In this, the second of a three-part question and answer series, Truckstop.com Director of Industry Relations Susan Collins talks with Thomas E.
ELD Mandate, Exemptions, and You
With just months remaining before the ELD rule becomes mandatory, do you have the information you need to succeed? In this, the first of a three-part question and answer series, Truckstop.com Director of Industry Relations Susan Collins talks with Thomas E. Bray, lead transportation editor for J.J. Keller & Associates Inc., concerning the impending ELD
Look Beyond Compliance: 6 Tips to Get More From Mobile Technology
By December, 2017, all fleets and drivers will be required to use mobile technology that meets the 395.15 or the more recent Electronic Logging Device (ELD) standard from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Complying with the ELD rule is not the only consideration for your present and future mobile technology, especially if you haul
From the Desk of Scott: Do I Have To?
In case you hadn’t already heard, after more than 20 years as the chief executive officer of Truckstop.com, I was finally able to move up the ladder and get that promotion I had been working on! I now get to focus the bulk of my time on creating and refining the Internet Truckstop Group products