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DOT declines to file opposition in ELD lawsuit’s appeal to Supreme Court

DOT declines to file opposition in ELD lawsuit's appeal to Supreme Court

The attorney representing OOIDA and truckers Richard Pingel and Mark Elrod in the ELD challenge says it’s not uncommon for the government to decline to file in such court cases. However, he says, the Supreme Court could ask DOT to file an opposition brief before deciding to hear the case or not.

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ELD exemption sought for short-term truck rentals

ELD exemption sought for short-term truck rentals

The Truck Renting and Leasing Association is looking for an exemption from the looming ELD mandate for trucks rented for 30 days or less.

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Progressive Insurance offering customers free ELDs

Progressive Insurance offering customers free ELDs

Brett Stalnaker, product manager for Progressive, said the company will give its insurance customers a free ELD and pay the monthly service fee for as long as the driver is with Progressive.

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Safety technologies in the eye of Senate hearing

Safety technologies in the eye of Senate hearing

Safety observers and one fleet representative testified before a Senate subcommittee about what can be done to increase safety in trucking -- various technologies were the principle subject of the discussion.

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GPS Insight launches new ELD system

GPS Insight launches new ELD system

Some features on the ELD include messaging, which allows drivers to communicate with dispatch; navigation; and GPS tracking.

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FMCSA clarifies ELD compliance extensions, non-compliant devices

FMCSA clarifies ELD compliance extensions, non-compliant devices

Two new guidelines from FMCSA on ELDs: Older devices that buy carriers' time but aren't long-term compliance options for the mandate can be transferred to a new truck and operators will have eight days to deploy a compliant device if their ELD is found to be non-compliant.

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ELD mandate survives court challenge

ELD mandate survives court challenge

A federal mandate requiring nearly all U.S. truck operators to use electronic logging devices to track duty status has been upheld in court, meaning the December 18, 2017, compliance date remains effective.

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OOIDA in latest legal filing: ELD mandate too costly, too intrusive

OOIDA in latest legal filing: ELD mandate too costly, too intrusive

OOIDA again argues in its latest brief the rule violates truckers’ 4th Amendment protections against illegal search and seizures and does not meet Congress’ requirements for the rule. The group also argues the mandate still opens the door for truckers to be harassed by their employers via the devices and does not stand up to a cost benefit analysis.

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KeepTruckin adds automatic IFTA fuel tax reporting to ELD software

KeepTruckin adds automatic IFTA fuel tax reporting to ELD software

KeepTruckin's ELD users who subscribe to the ELD Plus subscription plan can now automatically calculate the distance traveled in each U.S. and Canadian state or province, the company says.

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FMCSA declines to file response to motion asking Supreme Court to hear ELD lawsuit

FMCSA declines to file response to motion asking Supreme Court to hear ELD lawsuit

The latest on the renegade effort (of sorts) by trucker William Trescott to intervene in the OOIDA-brought lawsuit seeking to strike down the DOT's electronic logging device mandate. Trescott this month asked the Supreme Court to take up the matter.

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