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Government, Business, Technology, Equipment

US Issues Final ELD Rule

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The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration last week announced its long-awaited final rule that will require carriers to use electronic logging devices to record drivers’ hours of service.

Eric Miller and Seth Clevenger | Staff Reporters
December 14, 2015
Government, Business, Technology, Equipment

ELD VIDEO: ATA's Rob Abbott, Megan Bush Provide Overview

ATA safety policy experts Rob Abbott and Megan Bush explain the key components of the new electronic logging device rule mandated by FMCSA on Dec. 10 in this three-minute video.

Transport Topics
December 11, 2015
Government, Business, Technology, Equipment

ELD Rule to Boost Technology Adoption

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The federal rule requiring carriers to use electronic logging devices will dramatically accelerate the industry’s adoption of onboard technology, resulting in a market where some carriers will focus only on basic compliance while others will look for additional features to improve efficiency, suppliers and analysts said.

Seth Clevenger | Managing Editor, Features
December 11, 2015
Government, Business, Technology, Equipment

FMCSA Announces Final ELD Rule

PeopleNet

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration on Dec. 10 announced its long-awaited final rule requiring that interstate drivers use electronic recording devices intended to enforce hours-of-service regulations, and reduce driver fatigue and paperwork for motor carriers and drivers.

Eric Miller | Staff Reporter
December 10, 2015
Government, Business, Technology, Equipment

Publication of Final ELD Rule Delayed Again

Federal regulators have failed to meet their projected Nov. 30 date for publication of the long-awaited final rule mandating the use of electronic logging devices.

Eric Miller | Staff Reporter
November 30, 2015
Government, Business, Technology, Equipment

ELD Final Rule Delayed Another Month, FMCSA Says

The long-awaited final rule mandating the use of electronic logging devices has been delayed another month, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration said Sept. 16.

Eric Miller | Staff Reporter
September 16, 2015
Government, Business, Technology, Equipment

FMCSA Sends ELD Rules to OMB

The White House Office of Management and Budget is in possession of FMCSA’s electronic logging device and prohibition of coercion rules, and soon will begin its review of them, usually the last step before official publication.

Transport Topics
July 30, 2015
Government, Business, Technology, Equipment

FMCSA Moves Up Projected Publication Date for Final ELD Rule

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The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has issued a supplemental report restoring Sept. 30 as the expected publication date of its final electronic logging device rule, moving it up from Nov. 9.  

Eric Miller | Staff Reporter
March 3, 2015
Special Coverage, Government, Business, Technology, Equipment

Suspending HOS Rules Forced ELD Makers to Adjust, Executives Say

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A congressional mandate that suspended parts of the hours-of-service rule until Sept. 30 required electronic logging device manufacturers to make costly adjustments and retests of their software for their customers.

Eric Miller | Staff Reporter
February 17, 2015
Special Coverage, Government, Business, Technology, Equipment

FMCSA to Publish Final ELD Rule in November

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration plans to publish its final electronic logging device rule in November, an agency official said.

Eric Miller | Staff Reporter
February 16, 2015

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