House bill would require DOT to study how many drivers quit trucking over ELD mandate

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Updated Jul 6, 2018

A bill filed in the U.S. House last week would, if passed, require the U.S. DOT to perform a study to determine how many drivers, including both company drivers and leased owner-operators, quit the industry over the electronic logging device mandate.

H.R. 6159, introduced by North Dakota Rep. Kevin Cramer, was filed June 20 with no co-sponsors into the House’s Transportation Committee. Read the bill’s text at this link. Cramer announced his bill’s filing last week via a post on Facebook:

I introduced H.R. 6159 to require the U.S. Department of Transportation to conduct a study about how many of our great…

Posted by Congressman Kevin Cramer on Monday, June 25, 2018