ELD Violations Won't Become Black Marks Until April 1

Posted on January 3, 2018
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Commercial carriers cited for non-compliance with the new electronic logging device mandate will get a temporary reprieve from having points recorded against them in the Compliance, Safety, Accountability scoring system.

Drivers wouldn’t be placed out of service for violating the ELD mandate until April 1 to help ease the transition into the new requirement.

Bus & Motorcoach News article here

Related Topics: charter and tour operators, compliance, driver behavior, ELDs, electronics, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, motorcoach operators, motorcoaches, record keeping

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