For some, the need for electronic logging devices (ELDs) comes with a list of unanswered questions. Many believe the devices aren’t completely necessary, although for larger fleets ELDs help make back office duties run much more efficiently. Others point to the potential fuel savings brought on by ELD use, but are there other, more effective … Read moreUnanswered Questions on ELD Usage
Well folks, it’s official, on December 10 the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced the long-awaited final rule regarding interstate truck drivers and electronic logging devices (ELD). The rule, which will go into effect in 2017, details specifications and mandates regarding ELD usage. The moral? Get ready to say goodbye to paper logs. According to … Read moreTruckers – Say Goodbye to Paper Logs
There’s more to compliance than just the cost of doing business. While accounting, payroll, or expense mistakes might cost someone a job, problems with compliance could put an entire company out of business. As regulations become more expansive, fleets are increasingly trying to find new ways to handle the burdensome level of meeting and tracking … Read moreHow Are Third-Party Companies Helping Fleets Handle Compliance?
The fleet of today is nothing like the fleet of yesterday, and the fleet of tomorrow will be even more unrecognizable. Technology is changing the face of transportation in ways that haven’t been easily predicted. As electronic logging devices, cameras, GPS units, and computing devices of all sorts invade the cab, carriers and drivers have … Read moreHow Technology is changing the Face of Trucking?