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Fleets share lessons learned in the nearly 12 months since the electronic logging device mandate went into full effect.

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New HoS Rules: No Big Impact on Fleets

An analysis of electronic logging device data by eRoad has shown recently implemented changes to the hours-of-service regulations have not had a big impact on user operations.

Survey: Fleets Facing Hours of Service Challenges

A recent survey conducted by the J. J. Keller Center for Market Insights shows that fleets are facing challenges from the recent hours-of-service (HOS) rule changes, while also identifying some benefits to the new rules.

Rand McNally Launches Second Generation of OverDryve Pro

Rand McNally recently introduced OverDryve 8 Pro II, the next generation of its all-in-one trucking device, which includes navigation, access to SiriusXM radio, a recording dash cam, the ability to call and text hands-free, and more.

Carrier Admits to Falsifying Fatal Crash Records

The owner of a Woonsocket, Rhode Island, commercial trucking company recently admitted to altering thousands of ELD entries to hide the actual drive time and “on-duty” status of his drivers.

Transport Canada Names First ELD Certification Body

While the U.S. has allowed suppliers to self-certify that their equipment meets certain technical standards, Transport Canada requires third-party certification to help ensure the devices are not prone to tampering, with FPInnovations to the first body to certify ELDs as Canada prepares to mandate the technology.

J. J. Keller’s Free HoS Guide, Checklist Reduce Risk

With the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration hours-of-service update recently taking effect, J. J. Keller is now offering a free step-by-step guide to ensure that your fleet is in compliance with the new and previous HOS regulations, as well as a new checklist.