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ELD Mandate Compliance Assessment
Does your fleet need to comply with the latest FMCSA ELD mandate?

Let’s find out by answering the following questions.

Disclaimer: This ELD compliance assessment tool is for informational purposes only. It should not constitute as legal advice in any form or manner, nor does it guarantee compliance with federal, state, or local laws. We recommend transportation fleets to seek professional and expert advice on assessing compliance.

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Are any of your drivers required to keep Record of Duty Status (RODS) for at least 8 days in a 30-day period?

If your drivers maintain RODS for less than 8 days in a 30-day period, select ‘NO’.

Also, if your drivers are driving past the short-haul exemption radius (100 air-mile or 150 air-mile) for more than 8 times in a 30-day period, select ‘YES’.

Are all the vehicles in your fleet manufactured after Jan 1, 2000?

The manufacturing date can be confirmed by checking the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).

Are you using any AOBRD compliant devices in any vehicles that have a manufacturing date of year 2000 or newer?
Does your company perform drive-away or tow-away operations where the product is a commercial motor vehicle?
ELD Mandate Compliance Assessment

Perfect! We have identified whether your fleet needs to comply with the ELD mandate or not. Please tell us where we should send our ELD Mandate Compliance Assessment report.

Countdown to ELD Compliance
Here are all the dates you need to know to be compliant with the FMCSA’s ELD mandate.
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Days Remaining Until Compliance Deadline

You should start your ELD planning today. Industry experts believe that as the compliance date comes closer, ELD vendors are going to increase prices. The best way to prepare for the ELD mandate is to lock in contracts now when prices are at the lowest.

ELD Mandate Final Rule Unveiled
Dec 16, 2015 ELD Mandate Final Rule Unveiled

You should start your ELD planning today. Industry experts believe that as the compliance date comes closer, ELD vendors are going to increase prices. The best way to prepare for the ELD mandate is to lock in contracts now when prices are at the lowest.

ELD Compliance
Dec 18, 2017 ELD Compliance

You should start your ELD planning today. Industry experts believe that as the compliance date comes closer, ELD vendors are going to increase prices. The best way to prepare for the ELD mandate is to lock in contracts now when prices are at the lowest.

Grandfather Clause
Dec 16, 2019 Grandfather Clause

On December 16, 2019, the Grandfather Clause will end. It means that your vehicles will need to have ELDs. AOBRDs will no longer be accepted after December 16, 2019.

You should start your ELD planning today. Industry experts believe that as the compliance date comes closer, ELD vendors are going to increase prices. The best way to prepare for the ELD mandate is to lock in contracts now when prices are at the lowest.

You should start your ELD planning today. Industry experts believe that as the compliance date comes closer, ELD vendors are going to increase prices. The best way to prepare for the ELD mandate is to lock in contracts now when prices are at the lowest.

On December 16, 2019, the Grandfather Clause will end. It means that your vehicles will need to have ELDs. AOBRDs will no longer be accepted after December 16, 2019.

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Latest survey reveals that ELD compliance rate is now at 97%
Latest survey reveals that ELD compliance rate is now at 97%
Latest survey reveals that ELD compliance rate is now at 97%
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