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What's an ELD?

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) defines an electronic logging device (or ELD) as “technology that automatically records a driver’s driving time and other aspects of the hours-of-service (HOS) records.”

What's The ELD Rule?

According to the FMCSA, the ELD rule will “improve roadway safety by employing technology to strengthen commercial truck and bus drivers with hours-of-service regulations that prevent fatigue."

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This is a win-win for your fleet!

ELDs are your friend. Why? Because they will actually help you save time, money and lives by letting you do the following: 

  • Cut down on paperwork, saving time and money

  • Reduce administration costs

  • Increase the efficiency of record-keeping and inspections

  • Minimize violations, prevent accidents and save lives

  • Deliver real-time access to information

  • Show up-to-date logbook information to law enforcement/DOT

  • Improve your CSA safety ratings by managing the factors that drive your HOS BASIC score

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Does The ELD Rule Effect Your Fleet?

The short answer is “yes.” Basically, the ELD rule applies to all CMV carriers operating across state lines. Also, drivers who maintain 8 or more days of duty status logs (out of 30 days) will require an ELD. However, there are exceptions for drivers who aren’t required to keep records of duty status (RODS), as well as drivers who use: 

  • RODS for not more than 8 days during any 30-day period

  • Vehicles older than model year 2000

  • Driveaway/towaway vehicles — as long as they are part of the shipment

All motor carriers and drivers subject to the rule must use only ELDs. For more information on compliance, please visit the FMCSA’s website.

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