PeopleNet is now offering ISE Fleet Services’ eFleetSuite electronic logging devices (ELDs) to fleets with less than 50 vehicles who are looking for a compliance-only solution.
Former FMCSA administrator Annette Sandberg has verified the Telogis ELD software has met all federally mandated requirements.
The companies say the new relationship will allow 3rd Eye to better serve its customers with the addition of an integrated ELD solution.
States failing to adopt an e-logging mandate. State hours-of-service regulations differing from the federal rule. ELDs missing state-specific features. For the intrastate driver required to use e-logs, the change could ...
The ELD Implementation National Tour event will provide ELD transition information to truckers in attendance and coincides with the truck stop’s “Driver Appreciation Days” on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 10-11.
In a late-game effort to postpone the date by which truck drivers must begin using electronic logging devices to track hours of service compliance, the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association on ...
New Zealand-headquartered Coretex has certified its electronic logging devicesolution with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
The liquid bulk chemical hauler develops a custom driver scorecard and incentive plan that leads to more platforms.
Tom McLeod, president of McLeod Software, advised carriers to be in a position to take advantage of new opportunities.
The company says McLeod users will be able to use the integration to more effectively plan routes to shorten travel times, reduce fuel costs, and improve visibility.
KeepTruckin, an electronic logs and fleet management platform supplier, made several product announcements.
The group says the workers that would be covered under the exemption are “construction workers,” and that “driving is incidental to their core job function.”
C.H. Robinson has created a new program to deploy the Transflo ELD T7 throughout its carrier base.
An amendment brought to a 2018 appropriations package to stall the electronic logging device mandate’s enforcement date for at least 10 months was defeated in a vote on the House ...
The U.S. House is slated to consider this week, perhaps as soon as Wednesday, an amendment to halt enforcement of the U.S. DOT’s electronic logging device mandate at least through September 2018.