Beginning November 13, 2023, motor carriers who continue to use the revoked devices listed above will be considered to be operating without an ELD.
Walkaround photos, multiple inspection lists, email notifications, and scheduler enhancement are among the new features.
US Special Delivery and US Cargo, PITT OHIO affiliated companies, have been deployed on Maven since 2019. The PITT OHIO deployment will be completed this year.
Carriers who continue to use the revoked ELD will be considered to be operating without an ELD.
Trucker Path’s new Essentials bundle offers navigation, ELD, load board and dispatching solutions for small to mid-sized fleets.
The FMCSA will consider motor carriers still using the revoked device as operating without an ELD after April 10, 2023.
The optional telematics program offers premium discounts and more efficient claims for customers practicing safe driving.
The company says the app allows drivers to stay compliant with regulations in both the U.S. and Canada.
Motor carriers who continue using the revoked device after April 4, 2023, could be placed out-of-service until corrected.
FMCSA has placed ELD One on the “Revoked Devices” list due to the company’s failure to meet the minimum requirements.
The benefits of real-time visibility aids in route planning and allows for managers to better track drivers out on the road.
ISAAC Instruments, a fleet management solutions provider, has completed an integration with McLeod Software. With ISAAC now officially a McLeod Certified Integration Partner, fleets can view hours-of-service (HOS) and other critical data from the ISAAC solution directly in LoadMaster’s Symphony Mobile Communications module. The integration also allows document images, such as a bill of lading,