Domestic Trucking

Canada Announces Final ELD Mandate

Canada Announces Final ELD Mandate On June 13, 2019, Canada’s Federal Government announced the final ruling for mandatory Electronic Logging Devices (ELD) for commercial vehicles with effective date of June 12, 2021. This marks a two-year implementation period in Canada for all applicable commercial vehicles. The […]

Hours of Service Rules and the ELD Mandate

Why Electronic Logging Devices? The ELD mandate requires that truckers use electronic logging devices to monitor driving hours to adhere to current driving time regulations, also known as the hours-of-service (HOS rules) regulation.  These rules dictate how much a driver can work before being required […]

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Electronic Logging Device Mandate Facts

Infographic and Facts With the new ELD Compliance Mandate comes many questions. With a December 18, 2017 deadline approaching, check out this infographic that provides drivers and managers with important details on the mandate and how they can ensure compliance for themselves and representatives. Scroll […]

ELD Mandate Moving Forward

  According to Hailey Desormeaux of American Shipper, “The U.S. House of Representatives rejected an effort to delay the implementation of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) electronic logging device (ELD) mandate after a bill was introduce in July to push back its implementation […]

Truck Drivers Required to Ditch the Paper

The Facts: ELD Mandate Rule By the end of 2017, truck drivers will be required to ditch their paper logging books and enter into the world of electronic logging.  The Electronic Logging Device Rule was introduced in December of 2015 by the Federal Motor Carrier […]