Operating with an ELD on the revoked list can lead to an out-of-service violation.  -  Photo: CVSA

Operating with an ELD on the revoked list can lead to an out-of-service violation.

Photo: CVSA

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has reinstated an electronic logging device that it had removed from its list of registered ELDs that meet the technical specifications in the ELD rule.

A week after it announced the revocation of 10 electronic logging devices from its list of registered ELDs, the FMCSA reinstated CI ELD LOGS.

Motor carriers and drivers may now use CI ELD LOGS to record and transfer hours of service data.

  • ELD Name: CI ELD LOGS
  • ELD Model number: CILGS
  • ELD Identifier: CRS270
  • ELD Provider: CV Options LLC

Unlike Canada's ELD rule, which requires third-party certification, in the U.S., suppliers are allowed to self-certify that they meet the technical requirements.

Nine ELDs Remain Off the List

The other nine devices FMCSA removed from the ELD list:

Continuing to use these revoked ELDs listed on or after January 30 will constitute a “No record of duty status” out-of-service violation, the agency warned.

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