At this time, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you in the trucking industry for all your hard work throughout the year. The success of our company is built on the success of our clients and in this past year, we have enjoyed many successes. Thank you for the dedication that each one of you has shown us.
As drivers ...
To answer the question simply:
The engine year is what matters most.
Meaning, engines that were built before 2000 are exempt from having an ELD. This is especially important for situations, where the model year reflected on the vehicle registration, is not the same as the engine model year, like when a vehicle was rebuilt with a ...
To celebrate you this holiday season, we have compiled 5 different ways that you can decorate your truck this time of the year. Consider one or two to make the most of your vehicle and to get you and nearby passerbys in the festive mood.
1. Place a red bow on your truck’s grill.
For the perfect simple ...
A few weeks ago, the FMCSA announced that they were granting agriculture drivers a 90-day extension for their ELD implementation.
What does this mean?
That any driver who hauls agriculture products and livestock do not have to start using ELDs until March 2018. During this extension period, agriculture drivers will be able to ...
Or at least not until April 1, 2018.
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) has stated that truckers without ELDs after December 18, 2017, will not be out of service until April 1, 2018.
However, they will be cited and fined, which will continue if they continually violate the rule.
It should also be ...