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Fleet Experts Answer Clearinghouse, Driver Shortage and More!

It’s time again for “Ask the Fleet Expert.” In this post, leading fleet experts answer your questions on actual knowledge as it relates to the Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse, what the driver shortage may look like next year, and more. The experts answering your questions include: Dean Croke, DAT Chris Henry, CarriersEdge David J. Osiecki, …

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FMCSA Questions Ask the Expert Webinar

[Webinar] FMCSA Questions? Ask the Regulatory Expert

Have FMCSA questions? You’re not alone. A number of recent regulatory changes are impacting the trucking industry. From rule changes around hours of service (HOS) in light of COVID-19 to issues around safety and compliance, there are a number of nuances to navigate in today’s landscape. To help the industry better understand these issues, FreightWaves …

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FMCSA HOS Rule Changes

FMCSA Hours of Service Final Rule Summary & Notes

FMCSA Hours of Service Final Rule Conference Call Notes By Scopelitis Transportation Consulting On June 1, 2020, the “final rule” making changes to the Hours of Service of Drivers (HOS) rules in Part 395 of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations was published in the Federal Register. Prior to that, at 1:00 EDT on May …

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FMCSA HOS Rule Changes

FMCSA’s Hours of Service Changes: How Will They Affect You?

On May 14, 2020, FMCSA released a “final rule” making four significant changes to its Hours of Service (HOS) rules in Part 395 of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations. The coming reforms expand split-sleeper berth options given drivers to allow them to split their 10-hour off-duty period into windows of seven hours and three …

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Personal Conveyance

Personal Conveyance Under ELD: A World of Confusion

Confused by personal conveyance rules under ELD? You’re not alone. 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. Fortunately, Dave Osiecki and the team at …

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FMCSA ELD Compliance Audits

FMCSA ELD Compliance Audits: What to Expect

FMCSA ELD Compliance Audits are the next step you need to prepare for. Now that the ELD mandate is in full effect, many carriers are wondering how it will be enforced. Roadside inspections are one aspect, but carriers will also be subject to FMCSA ELD compliance audits and investigations of ELD records. What is a …

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Canada sets ELD Mandate deadline

ELD Mandate Set for Canada for 2021: What to Know

A  little more than year has passed since the U.S. ELD mandate started requiring drivers to log their service hours using electronic logging devices. Now Canada plans to follow the regulatory footsteps of their southern neighbors. Canadian Minister of Transport Marc Garneau announced on June 13th that a June 12, 2021 deadline is set. Commercial …

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Hours of Service Flexibility Is Coming Soon

Hours of service: Is there any hope for flexibility? We may find out this Friday. The build-up, layered implementation, and execution of the ELD mandate has come and gone, but not without its fair share of consternation. The US Department of Transportation, all the way from Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao down to the Federal …

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