Better ELD, Better ComplianceELDs not performing? AOBRDs being phased out? Don't pull your hair out!
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20 Questions to ask your ELD provider
There’s a difference between good compliance and bad compliance. Does the ELD supplier have materials to help train drivers? What about protocols for ELD malfunctions? Do they have a system that can easily be updated for things like HOS ruleset changes? Read the 20 questions you should be asking your ELD provider to determine if they’re the best fit for your fleet.
The clock is ticking
|February 16, 2016||“Effective date” ELD providers with compliant product can register on the FMCSA registry||Phase 1||Awareness and transition – Carriers and drivers can voluntarily adopt ELDs. Should research and evaluate ELD options, and prepare to transition to ELDs.||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|December 18, 2017||“Compliance date” ELD becomes mandatory for qualifying carriers and drivers||Phase 2||Phased-in compliance – Unless carriers and drivers are using AOBRs, must adopt ELDs.||✓||✓|
|December 16, 2019||“Full compliance date” End of AOBR Grandfathering All carriers and drivers must abandon AOBRs and use ELDs||Phase 3||Full compliance – All carriers and drivers must adopt ELDs.||✓|
5 ELD Issues & How to Avoid Them
From dropped Bluetooth connections to frustrating failures at roadside inspections to poor technical support, we’ve summarized the 5 most common ELD problems, what causes them, and what to do to avoid them.
The AOBRD to ELD Transition Guide
Ready to start your transition from AOBRD to ELD? Download this handy guide to make sure you’re prepared for everything from technical differences to operational changes.
Why make the switch to EROAD’s ELD?
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