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Interactive map of the intrastate ELD mandates as of June 2017

This interactive map shows information on progress all lower 48 states (and Alaska) have or haven't made in adopting the federal electronic logging device regulations for intrastate haulers. Click through your state for more.

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Partners in Business tip: Log your spending

Record every check or debit card purchase as soon as the money is spent. Here's how.

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Is it necessary for an ELD to ‘support’ intrastate hours rules?

The short answer: As a matter of regulation, no. The electronic logging device mandate is written in a manner that is more or less agnostic to the hours of service rule a particular driver is operating under. Nonetheless, say ELD providers, rule-set support can be helpful.

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Rates gain momentum in May, truckload segments climb for second straight month

Per-mile rates on the spot market soared in May, with rates in all three major truckload segments -- van, flatbed and reefer -- posting solid gains from the month prior.

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The crazy quilt of intrastate hours logging and ELD mandates

States failing to adopt an e-logging mandate. Hours of service regs differing from the federal rule. ELDs missing state-specific features. For the intrastate driver required to use e-logs, the change could get complicated.

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Will Uber Freight ‘disrupt’ trucking?

More sophisticated load-matching, combined with the availability of real-time lane data, gives nimble owner-operators a better chance to customize their business as far as net income and efficient route planning.

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Podcast: One owner-operator’s credit claw-back after identity theft | ‘ELD or me’ dates set

How did owner-operator Scott Reed find out about the theft of his identity that destroyed his good credit: He learned of erroneous warrants for his arrest out West. Hear how he repaired the situation here. Also: "ELD or me" demonstration dates set for Oct. 3-7.

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POLL: How common is identity theft — have you been a victim of it?

Identity theft can be a disaster for your credit rating in the short and, sometime, long term, if overlooked. Has it -- or related credit- or other card fraud -- ever happened to you? Weigh in here.

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FMCSA officially nixes rule on increasing minimum liability insurance required for carriers

Ultimately, the agency says it received too little feedback, particularly from insurance companies, to proceed with a rulemaking. FMCSA sought to quantify whether the current $750,000 minimum, set in 1985, was too low to cover modern liability claims.

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Trucking jobs flat in May

The for-hire trucking industry lost 100 jobs in May, according to the Department of Labor's monthly report. Construction in the month added 11,000 jobs, while manufacturing dropped 1,000.

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