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Key Factors You Need To Know About ELDs

An Electronic Logging Device is a technology used in Commercial Motor Vehicles to track Hour of service(HOS) and Record of Duty Status (RODs) and record data of operations of vehicle, including, miles driven, engine and miles driven. 222 more words

Fleet Management System: Safety Check With Driver Performance Scorecards

Ever wondered how you can systematically check the performance of your fleet drivers? Well, fret no more! Today’s smart fleet management systems in the market actually offer driver’s scorecard feature that allows you to check key factors in the form of categories. 341 more words

FMCSA wants to track what truckers do in their personal vehicles

Steve Wilcox
about 19 hours ago

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has filed a request to investigate what CDL truck and bus drivers do during their home time. 447 more words

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Why ELD Rule - Some Important Facts You Need To Know

ELD rule applies to Commercial Motor Carriers and drivers who are required to maintain Records of Duty Status (RODS). The ELDs are required to be self-certified by vendors and registered with FMCSA.  195 more words

Need for Real Time Temperature Monitoring For Reefer Truck Fleet

Refrigerated trucks carry perishable cargo that remain at risk of getting spoiled. Temperature monitoring can track the temperature of the perishable goods that require timely tracking. 200 more words

Choosing an Electronic Logging Device Checklist

ELD Mandate is fast approaching and we did our best to provide with the additional info. that would be of a great help for you to choose the right one. 510 more words

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New FMCSA Deputy Administrator Outlines Agency Priorities

On her third day on the job, the new number-two at the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration outlined the priorities of the agency under the Trump administration, including ELD implementation, deregulation, infrastructure investment, autonomous vehicles, and fighting human trafficking. 759 more words

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