Canada’s ELD mandate will be enforced on January 1, 2023. Fleets that haven’t transitioned can quickly adapt for compliance.
Fleets that transport agricultural products and livestock can benefit from the US agricultural exemption for HOS
Fleets and drivers undergo multiple types of roadside inspections. Focus on safety, training, and driver support to ensure compliance.
A lack of safe truck parking spots has been a serious industry issue for more than a decade, making life difficult for drivers and fleets.
How does splitting rest periods work? Drivers can split their mandatory 10-hour rest period into two distinct periods.
Smart compliance is all about taking proactive steps today to prevent bad things from happening tomorrow.
We have supported many drivers in making the transition to ELDs. Here are a few tips to help you get comfortable using the technology.
Equipping drivers with the ISAAC Smart DVIR tool makes preparing for inspections simple. That increases safety and limits risks while ensuring compliance.
We know that hours of service regulations may seem complex at first. So we decided to summarize the key elements and help you navigate the rules.
Before trucking fleets decide to use free or inexpensive consumer grade tablets for their electronic logging device (ELD) and telematics system, they should consider this scenario: A driver is 100 miles away and the device breaks or is lost or cannot connect to a power supply.
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Telematics with smart compliance features can make tasks much easier. Find out how automation and notifications simplify the work of compliance managers.
Federal and provincial regulations, sleeper berth provisions, exemptions …Are you overwhelmed with the intricacies of the HOS rules?
Are my trucks exempt from federal ELD regulations? This is probably the question we get most often. Find out if your fleet is required to comply or not?
Let’s dive into one critical item on the implementation list, one whose importance cannot be overstated; you guessed it, communication.
Here’s the Canadian Provincial and Territorial plan for ELD progressive enforcement. Be sure to check the requirements where you travel.
Here’s what you need to know about the Canadian ELD Rule. The use of ELDs will be mandatory for federally regulated commercial vehicle operators.
Regulations on hours of service help keep all road users safe by setting limits on driving time and requiring minimum rest periods.
Personal conveyance is the moving of a commercial motor vehicle for personal use while off duty. Certain criteria must be met for personal conveyance to apply.
On May 14, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) issued the final rule updating the hours-of-service regulations.
Choose an ELD with your drivers in mind. They are at the heart of this transformation and are affected by it every hour of their every work day.
For carriers and drivers, knowing the rules surrounding COVID-19 HOS exemptions and how to go about logging service hours is essential.
Carriers will be able to select their ELD suppliers based on their needs. Investing in ELDs represents an opportunity to go beyond compliance.
On December 16, 2019, the transitional phase that allowed the use of the AOBRD system will end. After this date, all carriers must comply with the ELD Rule.
It’s important to consider compliance when choosing an ELD. Make sure your device can provide HOS records even in an area without cellular coverage.
ELD solutions are mission critical. With a turnkey solution, you are opting for a product that is designed for the specific needs of the transport industry.
We received many questions following our webinar on Canadian ELD regulation! So we’ve collected the answers to the most frequently asked questions for you.
The proposal highlights the following five revisions to the existing U.S. hours of service rules. These amendments would provide greater flexibility.
An update that will have a significant impact for drivers operating in the United States has just been announced by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). Under the new guidance, a driver can now operate a commercial motor vehicle for personal conveyance, even when it is laden.
The FMCSA announced that carriers who invoke this clause are now authorized to install other AOBRDs aboard trucks added to their fleets. Prior to this change in the law, it was only possible to transfer AOBRD devices to replacement trucks, and only provided the number of trucks in the fleet did not increase.
Kerri Wirachowsky, Director of Roadside Inspection Program for the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance, has confirmed that authorities will begin strict enforcement of ELD regulations starting on April 1, 2018.
The Canadian government published its proposal to make the use of electronic logging devices (ELDs) mandatory.
Ms. La Tonya Mimms, Program manager for the FMCSA electronic logging device implementation, travelled to Canada to answer questions about the ELD Mandate.
The electronic logging device (ELD) rule will replace the current hours of service regulations starting December 18, 2017.