The ELD mandate has been in effect since December 18, 2017, and one thing is clear:
The transportation industry transition to ELDs is not finished.
In fact, according to latest studies, 28% of truckers are still not ELD compliant. Meaning out of approximately 3.1 million truckers, 868,000 drivers are still not compliant.
As of December 18th, 2017, the ELD mandate has been in effect.
So, have you complied?
Regardless of where you and your drivers stand on the issue, everyone must be compliant. If you are not yet compliant, then your transportation business could face citations, fines, and even have vehicles and drivers placed out of ...
Or at least not until April 1, 2018.
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) has stated that truckers without ELDs after December 18, 2017, will not be out of service until April 1, 2018.
However, they will be cited and fined, which will continue if they continually violate the rule.
It should also ...
Today, December 18th, is the day that the ELD mandate goes into effect.
Are you prepared?
If you’re not in compliance by now, you are at risk of costly violations for you and your business. Protect yourself by making sure that you are up-to-date on the ELD rules, no matter how you feel about this issue.
All motor carriers and ...
If you are apart of a small fleet in the trucking industry, then are you prepared for the ELD implementation date?
We know that there are unique challenges to smaller carriers and independent fleets, compared to larger fleets, in regard to ELDs. It can cost smaller fleets time and money to research providers, fund startup ...