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.
FMCSA published the Final Rule on June 1, 2020 that makes changes to four key areas of the HOS provisions. We have captured the most common questions asked by carriers and drivers along with answers from FMCSA’s Joe DeLorenzo, Acting Associate Administrator.
The HOS Final Rule goes into effect beginning September 29th. While you’re learning about the new rules and regulations, EROAD has also been preparing to make sure our technology meets the new criteria and that the transition for customers is seamless.
If your technology solution is accurate and reliable, you can improve both efficiency and customer service. Here are three ways fleet technology can improve your customer service, helping you retain your hard-earned customers and attracting new ones.
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.