Jeffersonville, Ind.-based owner-operator Perry Famularo says he "was one of those guys who said, 'If you make me go to electronic logs, I’m out of here.'" Leased to Dart Transit, though, he was presented with the opportunity a couple ...
The association asked the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to stay its new policy on supporting documents.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration sent its proposed hours-of-service rule to the Secretary of Transportation.
A driver shortage is emerging but several factors are working against meeting the demand for drivers.
They are contesting rule that carriers with a 10 percent or greater non-compliance with hours regulations will face mandated use of EOBRs.
The FMCSA will relieve carriers that use electronic mobile communications of maintaining other supporting documents to verify driver logs.
Senate, House measures would freeze truck lengths and weights on the National Highway System.
Some owner-operators fear that electronic onboard recorders cost too much and invade their privacy. As EOBR use spreads, others are embracing them after discovering improved productivity, safety and record-keeping.
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