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ELD Educational Webinar
Transcript of ELD Educational Webinar
ELD Mandate from the FMCSA
Current State of Automated Logging
Electronic Logging Device
How do ELDs Work?
Who and When?
All drivers who are obligated to log 8 out of 30 days - must begin using electronic logging devices (ELDs)
Driver harassment addressed
Rule is effective as soon as published in Federal Register
2 years to implement ELDs (late 2016)
4 years to replace/upgrade AOBRDs (late 2018)
Suppliers register with FMCSA and self-certify against published standards
Integrated with and synchronized with the vehicle
Graph-grid display and/or printouts
Must offer at least 2 of the following data transfer methods
Monitor Safety Programs for Effectiveness
Fuel Efficiency - 35%
Driver and Vehicle Utilization
Hours of Service
IFTA and IRP
Joel Beal - JoelBeal@LoadTrek.net
Logging In the Truck
Wheel movement = Driving
No Wheel Movement - On Duty Not Driving
Required intra-day breaks
Off duty time spent in a sleeper berth
Show graph/grid display on screen or on paper
Electronic log file transfer
1988 - CFR 49, 395.15: the first automated logging devices (AOBRD)
1998 - NTSB begins recommending mandate of electronic, automated logs.
2011 - CFR 49, 395.16: Updated rules for automated logging devices and call for a mandate (EOBR). Vacated as a result of law suits.
2013 - MAP 21; Legislation calling for updated rules for automated logging devices (ELD) and a mandate.
Drivers Access to Records; 6 months on request
Harassment prohibited; using ELD information to require the driver to violate regulations regarding illness or fatigue
Formal Drivers' Complaint Procedures
$11,000 fine for driver harassment by a carrier
Mutual drivers' and carriers' edit capabilities - with each party requiring the other party's approval
Real time location tracking not required
Drivers' private information redacted during legal proceedings
Monitoring Logs and HOS
Logs in Real Time - Required
Mapping and Locations
Exception and Management Reports
Messaging and Exception Handling
Location - i.e. GPS
Distance and Power from Vehicle
Drivers - can request their logs for up to 6 months
Fleets - must retain logs for 6 months