Most trucking companies have some of the most cutting edge technology in their fleet, but they lack one of the most important skills in order to stay relevant in today's competitive trucking climate. And that uber important skill is: Hiring Better Drivers!
Tired of detention? Growing frustrated at the confusion it causes? Or the loss of payment? Detention is aggravating at best, and costly at worst. With it being such a thorn in the side of the trucking industry, it can be important to learn more about it and how it can affect you.
So you’ve been hit with an assessorial charge, or you need to bill one, and need to find out how to frame it correctly. Keep reading to discover exactly what you need to do.
The electronic logging device (ELD) Mandate is a ruling established as a part of MAP-21. The final rule can be found here and was published in December of 2015.
With the December 2019 deadline soon approaching, companies just using AOBRD's alone will need to figure out the best way to incorporate Electronic Logging Devices (ELD's) into their existing fleets. Keep reading to discover the easiest ways to implement and why you should switch to ELD's sooner rather than later.
So, what are hours of service (HoS)?
The HoS rules are important to both carriers and truck drivers, and with the upcoming ELD mandate in December, now is a good time to dive into what they really are.