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Important Canadian ELD Update: One-year Progressive Enforcement Plan Approved

On May 5, the Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators (CCMTA) announced that all Canadian provinces and territories have reached an agreement on a progressive enforcement plan for the Canadian ELD mandate. The plan stipulates that the provinces and territories will not impose penalties for the first 12 months after the introduction of the Canadian

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Breaking Canadian ELD News: Update on Progressive Enforcement

Today, we’re bringing you an important update on the Canadian ELD mandate.  As part of the communication between ORBCOMM and Transport Canada, we received confirmation that Transport Canada is further refining the Progressive Enforcement policy that was announced by the Minister of Transportation on March 2nd. Transport Canada has confirmed to

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Canadian ELD Mandate FAQ – Penalties, Deadlines & Certification: Your Questions Answered

Canadian and cross-border fleets—and their drivers—are acutely aware of the fast-approaching Canadian ELD deadline. On June 12, 2021, Transport Canada will implement its ELD mandate. As part of our approach to ensuring a smooth transition, we recently took part in

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Canadian ELD Webinar: What the ELD Mandate Means for Canadian and U.S. Cross-Border Fleets

Free Live Webinar Hosted by the TCABeyond Borders: What the Canadian ELD Mandate Means to Regional and Cross-Border FleetsWednesday, February 10, 2021, 1:00 PM Eastern The Canadian ELD mandate is fast-approaching. Will your fleet be ready when these new regulations

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ELD Update: FMCSA Request for Comment on Yard Move Guidance

The FMCSA has posted a notification to the Federal Registry seeking comment regarding a proposed update and clarification of the use of Yard Move. When the FMCSA published the ELD Mandate it did not specifically define a Yard or the

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Canadian ELD Update: ORBCOMM’s U.S. ELD Certifier Achieves Transport Canada Accreditation

There has been a big step forward this week for the third-party certification process that is needed to support the Canadian ELD mandate coming in June 2021. Transport Canada has announced that FPInnovations, a Canadian research centre, has been accredited

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HOS Rule Change: Live Q&A Rewind

With the FMCSA introducing its change to HOS regulations on September 29, I hosted a Live Q&A to answer the many questions we received on the subject. You can see the full thread of the Q&A in sequence below. We’ve

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5 Tips to Ensure Smooth Roadside Inspections After the ELD Deadline

The ELD compliance mandate is now in full effect and the Federal Motor Carrier Association (FMCSA) is reminding motor carriers and drivers that enforcement has begun.  Fleets without a fully functional ELD will be considered out of compliance with Hours of Service regulations. As per the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA), drivers will be asked to complete

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ELD Compliance and Transition Made Simple: Read Our Q+A

The Electronic Logging Device (ELD) deadline is here for US trucking companies, and fleets must outfit their cabs with the new systems to remain compliant and keep operations moving. But sometimes the hardest part of a transition is the adjustment

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Fleet Safety Update: Get Prepared for Operation Safe Driver Week 2019

Driver actions are still a factor in 94% of all traffic crashes. That’s the sobering statement from the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) ahead of Operation Safe Driver Week. Extra law enforcement personnel will be monitoring United States Highways for

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