The final December 2019 electronic logging device (ELD) compliance date is less than a year away,
and many companies using AOBRDs are likely asking themselves, “Are we fully prepared to migrate to ELDs?”
Personal conveyance has long been a source of confusion for the industry because rules dictating appropriate use are vague. Compounding matters is law enforcement’s keen focus on personal conveyance as a possible source of hours of service fraud. How can you clarify what’s required?
Find out in this quick overview from Scopelitis Transportation Consulting, which covers:
- Under what circumstances may a driver operate a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) as a personal conveyance?
- If a driver picks up the CMV from a repair facility once repairs are complete, would the driver be allowed to use personal conveyance to their residence from the repair shop?
- When can a movement of a CMV during an off-duty period be considered personal conveyance?
- And more
Don’t get caught in the confusion — get your copy now!