electronic logs

ELDs: How devices and drivers track duty status changes

As with paper logs, drivers using electronic logs are in control of all duty status inputs. The exception is the drive line, which functions automatically as specified by the FMCSA rule. More from Overdrive's ELD guide for owner-operators...

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OOIDA takes ELD case to the Supreme Court

OOIDA takes ELD case to the Supreme Court

OOIDA, whose legal team is representing independent truckers Richard Pingel and Mark Elrod in the case, has asked the nation’s high court to reevaluate a lower court ruling issued in October that upheld the U.S. DOT’s rule to require truckers to use logging devices to track hours of service.

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Inside the black box: A guide to ELDs

Since the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s late 2015 release of its final rule for using electronic logging devices, there’s been a rising swell of ELD development. Customers can choose from hardware and software options offered by dozens of vendors, many of them new to the trucking industry.

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DOT meeting for ELD makers to focus on device spec’s

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is scheduled to hold a public meeting next month in Washington, D.C., to help electronic logging device manufacturers understand and produce ELDs that are compliant with the agency’s mandate.

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ELDs on the market today

The most recent update to Overdrive's electronic-log comparison chart, offering quick looks at nearly 50 electronic logging devices on or entering the market ahead of FMCSA's late-2017 ELD mandate compliance date, notwithstanding some ongoing challenge efforts.

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Apex Capital, KeepTruckin ink partnership

Apex Capital, KeepTruckin ink partnership

The Apex Capital factoring/resource company announced a partnership with KeepTruckin to offer customers a solution to comply with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's electronic logging device mandate.

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SimpleTruck giving away six months’ ELD service

SimpleTruck giving away six months' ELD service

Simple Truck ELD is a provider of a scaled-down electronic logging device now offering owner-operators six months of free service when they sign up for 12 months for only $228 ($19 per month).

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Transflo ELD available at Love’s

Transflo ELD available at Love's

Love's is offering My Love Rewards points reimbursements on purchase and service (through June 2018) costs to Gold, Platinum and Diamond level members purchasing the Transflo ELD T7, available now in network stores.

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One20 launches the F-ELD

One20 launches the F-ELD

The F-ELD is aptly named, believes One20's founder, noting its intended target market of independent owner-operators -- it's built with the driver in mind, he says.

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ELD kit new to TomTom Bridge

ELD kit new to TomTom Bridge

The TomTom navigation and mapping products provider and M2M DataSmart, a wireless data service provider, announced a solution to provide electronic logging device functionality with the TomTom Bridge, an in-truck toolbox with mount and power cable, a vehicle-specific connector, and a subscription to the Hours of Service app from M2M DataSmart.

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