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.
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. We’ll keep you informed with state memos here.
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.
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.
The ELD mandate has entered its final phase of compliance and the grandfathered era for AOBRDs is over. As we enter full compliance, are your fleets and drivers prepared? Learn five ways you can prepare for the new world of compliance.