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Geotab Registers ELD Solution with FMCSA

Geotab Registers ELD Solution with FMCSA

| October 18, 2017

Geotab, a leader in telematics, announced that its electronic logging device (ELD) solution,¬†Geotab Cloud ELD, is now registered with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). Here’s why it’s so important: A reliable¬†fleet compliance¬†management platform for monitoring and recording Hours of Service (HOS), should ease customer implementation of the ELD mandate which aims to improve […]

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3rd Eye Partners with Gorilla Safety to Offer Electronic Logging Device

3rd Eye Partners with Gorilla Safety to Offer Electronic Logging Device

| October 5, 2017

3rd Eye, a pioneer in vehicle safety cameras and radar, and Gorilla Safety, provider of software that automates fleet and safety management, have entered into an agreement to provide 3rd Eye an Electronic Logging Device (ELD) solution that easily integrates into 3rd Eye’s fleet management platform. Here’s the backstory: Effective December 18, 2017, ELDs will […]

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Size Matters as Small Fleets Slow to Move on ELD Mandate

Size Matters as Small Fleets Slow to Move on ELD Mandate

| September 19, 2016

When it comes to Fed mandated use of Electronic Logging Devices (ELD), it turns out that size does mater. A new survey shows that there is a significant difference in the amount of implemented ELDs between large and small fleets. Eighty-one percent of large fleets (more than 250 trucks) reported that they had achieved full […]

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Could Mandate for Electronic Logs Cause Mass Truck Driver Exodus?

Could Mandate for Electronic Logs Cause Mass Truck Driver Exodus?

| April 17, 2014

According to a recent survey conducted by a national magazine, a majority of independent truckers say they will leave trucking rather than operate under electronic logging devices (ELDs). The concern is that up to 70 percent of the independent and small-fleet owner-operators moving freight might depart the industry. Also, up to 52 percent of company […]

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