Tag: ELD Mandate

Posted 11/07/17 - by iGlobal LLC

What’s Next for the ELD Mandate? What’s Next for the ELD Mandate?

Here are the latest updates for what’s next for the ELD mandate: December 18th 2017: Every driver required to use paper logs today must be using an electronic AOBRD device to record their record of duty status. December 19th 2019: Every driver required to use paper logs today must have an ELD that has been registered…

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Posted 03/08/17 - by iGlobal LLC

FMCSA Prohibits Harassment of Drivers Using Electronic Loggi... FMCSA Prohibits Harassment of Drive...

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) explicitly prohibits a motor carrier from harassing a driver using an electronic logging device (ELD) and provides that a driver may file a written complaint under 49 CFR 386.12(b) if the driver was subject to harassment. The FMCSA defines harassment as an action by a motor carrier toward…

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Posted 05/24/16 - by iGlobal LLC

From Paper Logs to Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) and eLo... From Paper Logs to Electronic Loggi...

Technological advances and federal government regulatory changes are propelling the trucking industry into a new commercial era from paper logs to electronic logging devices (ELDs). As the tide of innovation begins to rise, fleet leaders are searching for solid footing to keep their businesses compliant with the new regulations and sailing financially strong. We at…

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Posted 05/17/16 - by iGlobal LLC

Supreme Court Expected to Make a Ruling on the ELD Mandate Supreme Court Expected to Make a Ru...

The Supreme Court decided to hear a challenge to the federal government’s electronic logging device mandate. The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association sued the U.S. Department of Transportation, saying the mandate violates drivers’ constitutional rights. Swift Transportation driver William B. Trescott petitioned the Supreme Court for ruling on the ELD mandate last April. A lower court…

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