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Five Questions to Ask Yourself when Shopping for an Electronic Logging Device

Five Questions to Ask Yourself when Shopping for an Electronic Logging Device

Omnitracs ELD

With the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate looming, interest in ELDs has never been higher. If your fleet isn’t currently equipped with them, the odds are that you have already started to look around for information about them so you can be prepared when the ELD mandate comes. With that in mind, here are the top five questions you should ask yourself before moving forward.
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- Marketing Channel Manager, Omnitracs

How the Electronic Logging Mandate Impacts Carriers

How the Electronic Logging Mandate Impacts Carriers

ELD

Today’s regulatory environment is much more than alphabet soup. HOS, CSA, SFD, RODS, IFTA, DVIR, AOBRD, and the SNPRM for ELDs—and many more—are the realities of living in an age when each day brings us a new regulation.
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- Director of Market Development, XRS Corporation

ELDs: Things You Should Know

ELDS: Things You Should Know

Electronic Logging Devices

On March 13, 2014, The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) released a proposed rule to mandate Electronic Logging Devices (ELD, otherwise known as Electronic On Board Recorders) for all motor carriers. It is important to note that there is a two year implementation timeline from the time the rule is made final, which is still at least 6-12 months away. Realistically, the earliest the industry could see a mandated ELD requirement would be sometime in mid-2017.
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- Director, Government Affairs- C.H. Robinson

Transportation Regulatory Update

government in trucking

Editor’s Note: Earlier this year, Jason Craig contributed a blog post for Transportfolio®. We’re sharing his original post here because regulatory updates greatly impact the transportation industry. Please share your thoughts and read the blog post, Transportation Regulatory Update.

Congress leaves Washington during the month of August and this provides a great opportunity to review some of the transportation regulatory agenda. Here is a brief update on some of the hot topics:
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- Director, Government Affairs- C.H. Robinson

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