Federal officials have taken another step to make the transition to mandatory electronic devices less painful. If drivers are cited at roadside for not complying with the ELD rule come the Dec. 18 deadline, the citation will be a “no points cite” that will not affect the Safety Measurement System that feeds into CSA (Compliance, Safety, Accountability) scores – through April 1.

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On Dec. 18, the industry will enter Phase Two of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) implementation of the new ELD rule. The rule itself was finalized in 2015, making the beginning of Phase One, which included a public awareness campaign focused on the need to meet the deadlines set forth by the mandate.
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Clients of LeasePlan USA can expect more from their telematics solution through a partnership with MapAnything. Under the service agreement, fleets will have access to MapAnything’s advanced telematics and field productivity solutions through their Salesforce.com integration. General Motors’ customers will realize an even larger benefit with MapAnything Live’s OnStar integration.

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Having decided to grant part of a United Parcel Service request for a limited 5-year exemption from some provisions of the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will now allow all motor carriers — not just UPS — and drivers to make use of two new temporary exemptions from the ELD rule.

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“After sharing the results of our Telematics pilot test with our leadership, it was an easy decision for them to approve a rollout to the entire fleet. Now we are able to obtain and quantify real safety improvements.”

Paul Howard
Director of Procurement, Terracon

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