Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs)

11 Things to Know to Stay Out of Trouble with Final ELD Deadline

Data transfer of the driver's record of duty status to the enforcement official's ERODS program...

As of Dec. 17, most motor carriers are required by federal law to use electronic logging devices, or ELDs, to track truck driver hours of service. Whether you’ve waited until the last minute to flip the switch or you’re already running ELDs, here are some things you need to keep in mind to avoid citations, bad CSA scores, or unsatisfactory safety ratings.

ELDs: The Final Countdown

A free whitepaper is available from Heavy Duty Trucking magazine called "ELDs: The Final...

A special downloadable supplement by the editorial staff of Heavy Duty Trucking magazine, "ELDs: The Final Countdown," offers in-depth information on managing the ELD-to-AOBRD transition and getting the most out of electronic logging devices.

Is Your ELD Compliant?

It won’t be all sunshine and rainbows for carriers that inadvertently buy non-compliant ELDs....

ELDs could be rendered non-compliant by an innocuous technical detail or a hole big enough to drive a truck through. It’s up to the buyer to determine if a device meets all the requirements.

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