Two e-log makers update software to reflect 34-hour restart changes

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As noted in prior Overdrive coverage, drivers who use electronic log applications or electronic logging devices may have to deal with potential problems from e-log software programmed for the 2013 restart rules if they want to take advantage of the recent restart rollback.

Two e-log software providers, however, have already announced software updates to accommodate the rollback of the 2013 provisions.

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Keeptruckin announced its update Dec. 17 — the day the rollback took effect — and BigRoad announced its update Dec. 19. Both applications run on Android and iOS platforms.

Ovedrive sister site CCJ has more details on the updates — Click here to read the story.

Here are links some of Overdrive’s recent coverage of the restart rollback:

FMCSA publishes restart rollback notice, says it will publish another when rollback ends

Restart rollback: An origin story

President signs restart rollback bill: Here’s what the law requires of FMCSA

Restart: Moving ahead

More voices on restart rollback

Hours of service changes: FMCSA says changes take effect as soon as Obama signs

34-hour restart rules to be suspended: Congress clears legislation to roll back 2013 provisions

Trucking groups urge Congress to suspend hours of service restart rules; Foxx urges otherwise

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