Even fleets used to running electronic logging devices should be prepared for a rude awakening Sunday when highway enforcement begins cracking down on ELD compliance, said Vigillo President Steve Bryan.
The forecast is based on examination of three months’ worth of ELD citations issued in a soft-enforcement, temporary violation category, said Bryan, speaking to a panel at the annual meeting of the Truckload Carriers Association near Orlando, Florida.
“This is not limited to the small owner-operators,” he said. “Everybody’s getting these violations written,” including large fleets that feel they’ve established highly compliant ELD operations. Click here to read more.