electronic logs

Supreme Court rejects ELD appeal, ending OOIDA’s challenge options

In a win for FMCSA, the Supreme Court has declined to take up OOIDA's challenge, leaving in place a lower court decision that upholds the rule and its Dec. 18 compliance date. OOIDA says it will continue its ELD challenge via Congress and the White House.

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ATA, KeepTruckin to host ELD webinars this week

Joe Rajkovacz, director of governmental affairs and communications for the Western States Trucking Association, will present KeepTruckin's webinar, while Joe DeLorenzo, director of the Office of Enforcement and Compliance for FMCSA, will present ATA's.

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BigRoad Dash Link ELD self-certified, listed on FMCSA registry

In the market for smartphone-app-based computer-assisted logbooks, from which Canada-headquartered BigRoad's ELD emerged, the company has established a foothold with owner-operators above that of most other players.

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Supreme Court could decide June 8 whether to hear ELD lawsuit

The U.S. Supreme Court could decide as early as June 8 whether it will hear the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association's lawsuit against the federal government's rule to mandate use of electronic logging devices for truck drivers.

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Missing in action: ELDs’ impact on rates

Hoards of industry analysts and economists in recent years predicted ELDs would strip industry capacity and, thus, spur a rate boost while the market adjusted to the new normal. Some are starting to rethink that premise, however.

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KeepTruckin gets $18M infusion

The infusion of venture-capital cash will allow the company, started as a smartphone-based logging platform in 2013, to take its current electronic logging device and small fleet management platform into new areas, including freight matching.

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DOT declines to file opposition in ELD lawsuit’s appeal to Supreme Court

The attorney representing OOIDA and truckers Richard Pingel and Mark Elrod in the ELD challenge says it’s not uncommon for the government to decline to file in such court cases. However, he says, the Supreme Court could ask DOT to file an opposition brief before deciding to hear the case or not.

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New e-log from ELD Solutions Inc.

The ELD Solutions company finalized an electronic logging device product in April. It's subscription-based services are available at price points from $20 monthly and more for its BYOD configuration to $50 or more for its dedicated-tablet options.

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Florida legislature eyeing December 2018 ELD deadline for intrastate carriers, California uncertain

Florida's move for its sizable intrastate market follows that of Texas, which adopted a December 2019 date for the ELD requirements for intrastate carriers. California Highway Patrol reps, meanwhile, note they're yet uncertain on an intrastate ELD mandate there.

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EZ-ELD from Stoneridge launched

The Stoneridge BYOD-style EZ-ELD costs just $149 for the plug-in hardware, with a $15-a-month software subscription, although savings are available for annual subscriptions at only $150.

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