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Six ELDs Now Certified for Canada

Six ELDs Now Certified for Canada

Months after Canada's electronic logging device mandate went into effect, there are now six devices certified as compliant. Is yours on the list?

October 13, 2021

Canada Adds Third ELD Certification Body

Canada Adds Third ELD Certification Body

Although there are still no certified electronic logging devices available to meet new Canada’s new ELD mandate, its government has added a third body approved to do those certifications.

July 26, 2021

Drivewyze Opens Enrollment for e-Inspections at Weigh Stations
Canada ELD Mandate Deadline Passes with No Certified Devices
CTA Touts Progress in Canadian ELD Certification

CTA Touts Progress in Canadian ELD Certification

The third-party system to certify electronic logging devices for the Canadian market is entering high gear, says a Canadian trucking association, but it is “strongly encouraging” carriers to meet with ELD vendors ahead of the June 12 deadline.

March 23, 2021

Canada to Phase in ELD Mandate Enforcement
Transport Canada Stands Firm on ELD Deadline

Transport Canada Stands Firm on ELD Deadline

Delays in ELD certification in Canada could imperil carriers' compliance with that country's new ELD rules. With fewer than 110 days remaining before the deadline, there are still no certified ELDs on the market.

February 25, 2021

Lytx Introduces Unassigned Drive Time Service
Geotab’s Plug-In Telematics Device Gets Upgrade
ELD Providers Prep for Upcoming HoS Changes

ELD Providers Prep for Upcoming HoS Changes

With revised federal hours of service scheduled to take effect Sept. 29, ELD providers have also been planning how best to assist fleets with the changes.

August 21, 2020

FBI Bulletin Puts Spotlight on ELDs and Cybersecurity
Continental Discontinues VDO RoadLog ELD
Answers to Questions about COVID-19 Emergency Declaration for Trucking Relief Supplies
Orbcomm Highlights Truck, Trailer Telematics Enhancements at TCA
Why Omnitracs Wants to Move Beyond In-Cab Devices

Why Omnitracs Wants to Move Beyond In-Cab Devices

The company that was the first to put a computer in the cab of a truck is now working to move beyond being a hardware provider, said Omnitracs CEO Ray Greer, kicking off the company’s annual user conference – the need for which was highlighted by an outage last year.

February 18, 2020

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