Accuracy, ease-of-use and reliability are of utmost importance when picking the right ELD, but what should you look to avoid? We list three things to stay away from when choosing an ELD provider, and how to maintain full compliance.
The location of your trailer or equipment can change in an instant, and without suitable communication and tracking, you’re at risk for delayed delivery or improperly assigning loads. Asset tracking is a vital part of fleet management, but knowing the location of your vehicles is only part of the job. Learn 4 additional benefits of Asset Tracking.
The trucking industry has shifted into a new era of technology, requiring the use of an FMCSA registered ELD for Hours of Service (HOS). Review some of the changes and what you need to know to keep your fleet in ELD Compliance in 2020.
Human traffickers trap millions of people in horrific situations around the world, including the United States, and utilize transportation systems to transport their victims. Transportation leaders have an opportunity to amplify counter-trafficking efforts to combat this heinous crime.
Plenty of carriers purchased the most affordable ELD they could find just to get compliant ahead of the mandate deadline. However, these devices have frequently produced lost connectivity issues. Consider an upgrade by looking at these three key areas.