I recently wrote a post giving an update on the current EOBR mandate and I’ve expanded on this topic in my new whitepaper, “Electronic Driver Logs and Hours of Service Compliance.” Below you will find the executive summary as well as the link to download the full white paper.
As you may know, Congress recently passed the federal highway bill, Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act ("MAP-21”), that included a mandate for EOBRs. On August 15, I had the pleasure of hosting a live webinar to share information on the bill's timeline, scope, implementation, and impact and benefits to carriers and drivers, as well as the future of EOBRs. I invite you to view the recording of the webinar to learn more about the details of the mandate and to get your questions answered. If prompted, you may need to complete a registration form before accessing the recording.
As you know, Congress recently passed the federal highway bill that included a mandate for EOBRs. Are you confused about the details of the mandate and how it might impact your business? Sign up for a live webinar with Dave Kraft, Qualcomm's Director of Industry Affairs, to learn more about the future of EOBRs and get your questions answered.
During Vision 2012, we sat down with Annette Sandberg, former FMCSA administrator and CEO & principal of TranSafe Consulting (double-check titles) to get her perspective on the EOBR mandate. Take a look at the video to hear what she told us about:
On June 29, the U.S. Congress passed the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21) highway bill. This bill includes an amendment that requires electronic driver logs to be used by all those drivers currently subject to regulation requiring paper logs. This action by Congress sets a timeline, scope, system requirements, and other considerations to achieve the mandate.