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FMCSA has removed One Plus ELD’s ORS device from registered ELD list

The FMCSA will consider motor carriers still using the revoked device as operating without an ELD after April 10, 2023.

FMCSA removes ELD One from list of registered ELDs

FMCSA has placed ELD One on the “Revoked Devices” list due to the company’s failure to meet the minimum requirements.

Samsara ELD solution granted third-party certification in Canada

Samsara‘s electronic logging device (ELD) solution is now certified in Canada. This third-party certification confirms that Samsara’s ELD solution meets all requirements outlined by the Canadian ELD Technical Standard to comply with the country’s federal ELD mandate. While the Canadian ELD mandate went into effect in June 2021, the government has taken a progressive approach

Isaac Instruments ELDs certified in Canada

Isaac Instruments has received mandatory third-party certification in Canada for its electronic logging devices (ELDs). The formal certification from FPInnovations on behalf of Transport Canada comes after months of evaluation and testing of Isaac’s ELD solution that automatically tracks hours-of-service requirements. Canada’s ELD mandate went into effect on June 12, but provinces and territories are

FleetHunt Technologies partners with Drivewyze for PreClear weigh station bypass integration

FleetHunt Technologies, a provider of fleet management systems, GPS tracking and ELD solutions, has partnered with Drivewyze to offer its ELD solutions with Drivewyze PreClear’s subscription-based weigh station bypass service and Drivewyze Safety+. Drivewyze provides FleetHunt Technologies customers the ability to receive bypass opportunities at more than 800 locations in 47 states and provinces, plus

Drivewyze announces open enrollment for weigh station e-inspections

Drivewyze has announced open enrollment for automated electronic e-Inspections at weigh stations in three participating states. Software activation is free for Drivewyze PreClear customers, and available through participating Drivewyze ELD partners. “This is the beginning of streamlining inspections, which is a major win for fleets and drivers, plus for those in law enforcement,” said Brian

Trucksafe Consulting offers fleets a training, compliance solution

Trucksafe Consulting has launched compliance and training services dedicated to helping trucking companies of all sizes navigate DOT regulations, highway safety issues and driver retention. Offering personalized, focused safety and compliance consulting, as well as a library of on-demand educational and training videos via its Trucksafe Academy, Trucksafe says its partnership-based approach is meant to

FMCSA proposes rear impact guards be checked during annual inspections

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) recently proposed to include the rear impact guard on the list of items that need to be examined during a commercial vehicle’s annual inspection. Despite being a requirement on most commercial vehicles since the 1950s, rear impact guards are not yet required to be checked during an annual

Omnitracs, ERoad partner to address inconsistencies in commercial vehicle inspections

Omnitracs and ERoad, a transportation technology services company, have announced the completion of a newly updated Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) Inspection Bulletin on U.S. Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs). Omnitracs, in partnership with ERoad, identified a need to revamp the current Inspection Bulletin on U.S. Electronic Logging Devices that was penned in 2017, concurrent with

Jacobs Vehicle Systems expresses support for CARB guidelines for heavy truck emissions

Officials at Jacobs Vehicle Systems have reviewed and support the recently-proposed emission reduction strategies by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to further limit smog-forming nitrogen oxide and particulate emissions from diesel-powered heavy trucks, the company says. The projected emission rule will require that new trucks still using fossil fuels have the most effective emission-control