Category Archive: ELD

  1. Understanding the ELD Mandate: Planning a Successful Implementation

    With the publication of the ELD Mandate in December, all drivers that are required to maintain RODs—record of duty status—will need to implement and use an electronic logging device by 12/18/2017. While December 2017 might seem like a ways off, it is crucial to develop a strategy around implementing ELDs today. Transitioning from manual to […]

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  2. Going Beyond the ELD Mandate’s Minimum Requirements

    Since the publication of the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Mandate last December, fleets are looking for the right technology to make them compliant with the final rule. Is your fleet in this category? When selecting an ELD solution, you should consider choosing a more comprehensive technology platform like a Fleet Management System, or an FMS. […]

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  3. Self-Certified: What this FMCSA Buzzword Means for Carriers Selecting ELDs

    Since the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) mandate passed last December, one of the most commonly asked questions we receive is: “When will PeopleNet appear on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Association (FMCSA) Approved Supplier website for ELDs?” As part of the final ruling, fleets subject to complying are required to use one of the devices […]

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  4. Top 4 Ways to Ease the Transition to ELD Mandate Compliance

    EOBRs, AOBRDs and ELDs—oh my! With the final ruling on the Electronic Logging Device Mandate (ELD Mandate) last December, many fleets and drivers are trying to figure out how best to implement compliant technology while maintaining efficiencies in their business operations. This period of transition can be a confusing time, especially with a range of […]

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  5. Top 3 Considerations for Implementing ELDs

    After months of anticipation, last December the FMCSA published their final ruling on electronic logging devices, or ELDs. This ELD mandate marks a change in how fleets and their drivers log hours of service (HOS). For those fleets currently using paper log books, they must equip their trucks with ELDs by December 18, 2017. If […]

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