If you haven't read the report my colleague James Jaillet filed from the Mid-America Trucking Show on the Friday listening sessions the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration conducted on the subject of electronic on-board recorders ...
Many drivers expressed disdain for electronic onboard recorders and the intent to mandate them at an FMCSA listening session.
Driver survey indicated enforcement officers make poor use of EOBR data, but carriers utilize the devices effectively to harass drivers.
**(Overdrive editor Max Heine is posting updates from the Truckload Carriers Association annual meeting via the OD Twitter feed and Facebook page today. Expected to be included among the news are company driver and owner-operator ...
ATA filed an amicus brief Feb. 24 with the U.S. Court of Appeals in support of using electronic onboard recorders.
Trucking organizations support ATA’s request to review a court’s ruling regarding Port of Los Angeles trucking concession requirements.
OOIDA had filed suit to stop agency from authorizing recorders over driver harassment issue.
Among its responses, FMCSA argued OOIDA had not shown evidence its members will experience a loss of business.
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