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.
By using the right tools, your drivers become more efficient and can spend more time doing what they enjoy: driving. This makes them more likely to develop a sense of loyalty to your organization. In this way, technology can certainly help increase driver retention.
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.