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Electronic Logging Devices
After ‘ELD scars,’ savvy owner-ops look for functionality, features, privacy in choosing e-logs
As owner-operators now have, in most cases, years of experience dealing with ELDs, they're more savvy buyers of electronic logging devices.
July 22, 2020
Electronic Logging Devices
Owner-operators, some already forced to switch ELD providers, stare down turbulent e-log market
Could the electronic logging device market be headed for consolidation? If so, what does that mean for owner-operators and small fleets? Find out on Overdrive.
July 16, 2020
‘We’re supposed to be in this thing together’: Level 3 inspection advice and more with Kansas trooper
Kansas trooper Nick Wright answers a variety of DOT inspection-related questions to help prepare you for any roadside inspection. Listen on Overdrive today.
July 13, 2020
Surviving a Level 3 driver inspection: Are you ready for Roadcheck?
Drivers can expect Level 3 inspections to play a bigger part in CVSA's International Roadcheck inspection spree this year. Details here on Overdrive.
July 8, 2020
‘Over the road’ episode 6: Our Punjabi brothers
Binda Atwal leads the Over the Road team through the heavily Punjabi-influenced trucking world around his home base in California. Listen here on Overdrive.
April 30, 2020
ELDs: What can be done about your ‘jacked-up’ log when you forget to go PC
Wondering what can be done if you forget to change your electronic logging device to personal conveyance before moving? Details here.
March 11, 2020
In defense of truckers? FMCSA interim boss Jim Mullen says he’s committed to hours of service reforms
FMCSA Acting Administrator Jim Mullen notes the hours of service regulations need modification to benefit truck drivers. More information here on Overdrive.
February 25, 2020
News roundup, Dec. 30: Drivers will be drug tested at a random rate of 50% in 2020, routing software integrates ELD data, new KW dealer
FMCSA will double the random drug-testing rate in 2020 after a rise in positive test results, based on sampling, to 1% industry-wide. Paragon’s route-optimization software now capable of integrating Geotab ELD data. And the skinny on Rihm Kenworth’s new Mankato, Minn. facility.
December 30, 2019
Countdown through a parking shortage, tech surge, truck boot … 2019’s Top 10 podcast episodes
Listen: A year-in-review on the Overdrive Radio podcast this week, covering a boatload of ground all told: From trucking history to shutdowns and slow rolls, parking and booting, the ELD mandate and hours of service, small fleet business and the limits to quick growth, working the spot market and so much more …
December 27, 2019
News roundup, Dec. 26: 75-truck fleet closed doors ahead of Christmas, new connected Dashcam launched, load-tracking proliferation and preference explored
Ohio-based 75-truck fleet GDS Express closed shop last week. NexTraq launches new forward-facing in-cab HD video camera system, in-cab views optional. And: A tracking provider asks, What’s your preferred tracking method, when it comes to technology.
December 26, 2019
Righteous whistleblower or ‘disgruntled employee’?
A dispute between 30-year veteran driver Kevin Hosea and the small-fleet employer who fired him earlier this year shows the complexity of coercion-related cases. The fleet owner denies allegations of coercion.
December 17, 2019
ELD mandate final deadline — today or tomorrow?
If FMCSA and various news outlets’ use of Dec. 16/Dec. 17 for the deadline hasn’t exactly been 100% consistent leading into this week, the CVSA’s has. Today is the last day it’s OK to use a grandfathered AOBRD for those covered by the mandate. Wildcard thereafter: as usual, extent of enforcement.
December 16, 2019
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