Driver survey indicated enforcement officers make poor use of EOBR data, but carriers utilize the devices effectively to harass drivers.
Years from now it might turn out that EOBRs and apnea screening are two intrusions that never lived up to the bluster.
ATA filed an amicus brief Feb. 24 with the U.S. Court of Appeals in support of using electronic onboard recorders.
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will present several educational sessions in Louisville March 22-24.
OOIDA had filed suit to stop agency from authorizing recorders over driver harassment issue.
The FMCSA has scheduled a listening session for the trucking show in Louisville, Ky., in March.
The association asks the court to review the recently published final rule changing hours-of-service regulations.
Agency will prepare rulemaking about electronic onboard recorders and hours-of-service supporting documents.
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