The FMCSA’s newly revised Split Sleeper Berth Provision is one of the most complicated changes to HOS rules, raising questions for many fleets and even some ELD providers. Learn what the challenges are and how to make the SBP rule work for your fleet.
Do you have a mix of drivers that are required to use ELDs to capture their HOS, as well as drivers that fall under the 100 air-mile (soon to be 150-air mile) short-haul exemption? Learn the pros and cons of your options here.
Drivers are working longer than usual hours, facing potential risk with every delivery, and yet they continue to serve. We in the industry have a duty to take care of our drivers by putting in place up-to-date safety practices and procedures.
A carrier focused on effective driver coaching and training stands the best chance to build a great safety culture. Here are a few simple tips to jump start your driver safety program.
With the advent of ELDs, this BASIC naturally became top of mind for many carriers. While intimidating at first, with proper policies and established procedures in place, the switch to ELD can be beneficial to improving your safety culture and your CSA score. Here’s how ELDs can affect your HOS Compliance BASIC.