Practical Fleet Management & Tracking Advice
What’s the difference between an AOBRD and an ELD? We talk about the key differences between the two electronic logging devices and how the changes impact you.
There’s a lot of confusion about using grandfathered AOBRDs in the ELD Age. Here’s what you need to know, and need to do, if you’re waiting to make the switch.
The ELD rule’s “soft enforcement” period has ended, and if you’re not exempt, or you’re not ready, your vehicle could be pulled out of service. That’s because the ELD rule is being fully enforced as of April 1, 2018. The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance, which is made up of the officers who enforce trucking and…
Our ELD solutions for Garmin and Android are officially registered and approved by the FMCSA. In this post we discuss what’s next for our current customers that are preparing to switch to ELDs.
Finding answers to your ELD questions isn’t always difficult. But finding accurate answers from a reliable source often is. With so many self-proclaimed ELD experts, it’s hard to know who to trust. This resource makes it easier for you.
In less than six months, ELDs are officially replacing paper logs. But you already know that. What you might not know, is that ELDs aren’t tested and certified by the FMCSA.