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OOIDA ELD Exemption Denied

The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association’s request for a broad exemption to the ELD mandate for small-business truckers has been denied.

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HDT Seeks 2018 Safety & Compliance Award Nominations

Heavy Duty Trucking magazine is seeking nominations for its 2018 Safety & Compliance Award, sponsored by Omnitracs, which recognizes trucking executives who have demonstrated excellence in fleet safety.

Transportation Fleet Adds Video Telematics System

All Truck Transportation signed a five-year agreement to implement the Lytx DriveCam safety program to protect the drivers who operate the company's fleet of more than 350 trucks.

BlackBerry Partners With Insurance Company to Integrate Asset Tracking Data

BlackBerry has partnered with DMC Insurance to develop insurance solutions that use vehicle data to help trucking companies improve operations, increase safety, and manage the cost of risk.

Innovative Telematics Applications

Over time, telematics as a solution has evolved to offer more capabilities to meet fleets’ growing list of needs. Telematics experts share some of the unique ways that fleets are using telematics.

CEI Adds 1,000th Truck Collision Repair Center

The truck repair network now includes 1,010 shops that handle medium-duty and heavy-duty trucks and equipment.

FleetUp Names VP of Sales, Business Development

FleetUp named Ken McCann, formerly with Drivewyze, vice president of sales and business development, effective immediately

ELD Mandate: 10 Things You Need to Know as Full Enforcement Hits

The "soft enforcement" period for the new electronic logs mandate is over as of April 1. Here are 10 things that can help you make sure you're legal.

CVSA Director Talks ELDs, Enforcement, and the Future

In a wide ranging interview, CVSA executive director Collin Mooney spoke about the ELD Mandate, out of service violations and the future of commercial safety enforcement.

6 Years Later: The Cell-Phone Ban

Even though the cell-phone ban is six years old, the temptation to use an electronic device while operating a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) is still strong for some drivers. In 2016, more than 21,000 roadside inspection reports contained a violation for using a handheld mobile device while operating a CMV.