COVID-19 Resources

With the ongoing spread of COVID-19 and the incredible speed at which things are changing, we are facing unprecedented times. Trucking is at the front-line to support our communities. Use this page to stay up to date with information from ATA, FMCSA and local governments.

We keep moving, because you keep moving. Thank you for all that you do.

COVID-19 Updates & Resources


Emergency Declaration Portal

Find state-by-state specific information including emergency declarations, waivers, amendments, extensions, exemptions, and executive orders in this easy-to-navigate, online portal.

Expired CDL and Medical Cards:

FMCSA continues waivers for some commercial vehicle drivers to address disruptions in licensing and other requirements as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The waiver was extended on December 15th, 2020 and is effective through February 28, 2021.


Drug & Alcohol Testing

Guidance document provides clarity to DOT-regulated employers, employees, and service agents on conducting DOT drug-and-alcohol testing given concerns about the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).


IFTA and IRP Emergency Waivers

Many states are granting temporary waivers of International Registration Plan (IRP) and International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) requirements for carriers transporting goods and services for disaster relief from COVID-19. It is each state jurisdictions’ responsibility, rather than FMCSA, to issue IFTA, IRP registrations, license renewals and trip permits.

Tips for staying safe on the road

  • Limit any hand contact with your eyes, ears, nose & mouth.
  • Wash your hands frequently with soap & warm water — for at least 20 seconds.
  • Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer, if available.
  • Clean your cell phone with sanitizer often.
  • When exchanging paperwork, use disposable gloves, if possible.  Use your own pen.
  • Keep the inside of your vehicle clean — scrubbing with cleaners/disinfectants & break out the vacuum. Here’s some more tips on cleaning and sanitizing truck cabs.
  • Avoid shaking hands with anyone until the threat is over — a verbal greeting or wave is appropriate.
  • Practice respiratory hygiene — cover mouth & nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze.
  • Seek medical attention early if you develop a fever, cough, or have difficulty breathing.
  • Stay informed & follow advice given by your healthcare provider, the CDC or WHO.
  • If there is a chance you were infected, stay away from people & self-quarantine.
  • Need to get tested? Here’s how to get help away from home.

Supporting our front lines during the COVID-19 Crisis


Meals for Truck Drivers

As people across the country stay home to slow the spread of the virus, truckers are on the front lines delivering essential goods to our communities. Truck drivers are keeping our shelves stocked and supermarkets full, but are having a hard time finding a meal for themselves due to some restaurants and truck stops being closed along typical routes.

EROAD has partnered with Oregon Trucking Associations and Washington Trucking Association to support drivers with food and safety supplies to keep them happy, healthy and on the road.



EROAD also partnered with Washington Trucking Association and donated $1,000 to help truckers get meals brought to them at the ports of Washington.

Learn more about ATA’s efforts on keeping truck stops open and the restaurants across the nation that are supporting truckers.


Want to help?


Join the cause and support your community!

WEBINAR: Best Practices for Safety during a Pandemic


EROAD’s Training Manager Susan Reszczynski reveals best practices for safety during a pandemic. Learn how to stay agile, curious and adaptable during a year of change.


Topics covered in this webinar include:

  • Tips on building resiliency and improving safety
  • Updating your company policies
  • Future proofing your business

Thinking of mandating vaccines for your drivers?

While requiring employees to get immunizations and vaccines is not new, there are some questions for mandatory vaccination programs versus voluntary compliance you’ll want to consider.  This article from HDT may help: Should My Company Mandate and Promote Driver Vaccines?

EROAD’s Contact Tracing Service


If in the unfortunate circumstance one of your drivers comes into contact with a person who has a suspected COVID-19 infection, EROAD can assist with wider contact tracing efforts. The GPS capabilities of the EROAD telematics solution, which utilizes the Ehubo hardware unit fitted into company vehicles, allows you to track where your drivers have been, when they were there and who they were in contact with. Customers can use the free EROAD Contact Tracing Service in case of a suspected infection to minimize risk to your fleet and take early precautions to reduce infection.


Customer Care


One thing we are certain of here at EROAD is our commitment to you. While we have implemented CDC guidance to keep employees safe by having them work remotely, EROAD remains open and fully operational to service and support customers during this trying time. Our warehouse and shipping remain fully operational and we do not currently anticipate any disruptions to our inventory.

If you need to reach an EROAD team member, you can call or email us:


Thank you truckers for your continued efforts to bring goods and services to families and businesses across America.

EROAD stands with you and is proud to be part of the trucking industry.