How to use ELDs with personal conveyance and agricultural exemption

Join EROAD in a webinar featuring industry expert Joe DeLorenzo, FMCSA's Director of Enforcement and Compliance and Soona Lee, EROAD’s Director of Regulatory Compliance, on Tuesday, July 24th, at 10am Pacific to help carriers better understand ELD regulations.


The FMCSA recently released official guidance on the definition of personal conveyance and provided regulatory counsel for drivers transporting agricultural commodities. With the introduction of electronic logging devices (ELD), which capture all the times a vehicle is driven, these personal conveyance and agricultural operations have become more transparent than ever. 

So how do you make sense of the new guidance and make sure you’re operationally compliant in the new world of ELDs? Register for our webinar to find out.

During the webinar you will learn: 

  • What the new guidance on personal conveyance really means
  • How to create company policies around personal conveyance to protect you and your drivers
  • When and where agricultural exemption applies
  • Best practices for agricultural exempt drivers to ensure continued compliance using ELDs 


More about our featured speakers: 

mugshot JoeJoe DeLorenzo is the Director of the Office of Enforcement and Compliance for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). Mr. DeLorenzo is responsible for policy and program development for the Agency’s enforcement and compliance program. In addition, he has oversight of the passenger, household goods and hazardous materials programs for FMCSA.  Mr. DeLorenzo has been with FMCSA for over 25 years and is a member of the management team at Headquarters. Prior to assuming his current position, he served as Director of FMCSA’s National Training Center, where he was responsible for a wide range of Commercial Vehicle Safety trainings for Federal, State and local law enforcement agencies.

mugshot SoonaSoona Lee – Director, Regulatory Compliance
As Director of Regulatory Compliance, Soona is responsible for understanding regulatory context and policies and technical requirements and translating them for development of the company’s suite of compliance products.  Specifically, she has deep subject matter expertise in electronic logging devices in North America. Soona works closely with carriers, drivers, and the enforcement community to improve industry outcomes of compliance, safety and efficiency through implementation of technology.