Electronic Driver Log Mandate: What You Need to Know

Learn how mandatory Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) can replace paper record keeping with Joel Beal, managing partner and chief operating officer at JBA Telematics.

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Electronic Driver Log Mandate: What You Need to Know

Learn how mandatory Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) can replace paper record keeping with Joel Beal, managing partner and chief operating officer at JBA Telematics.

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Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) are used to electronically record a driver’s record of duty, and ultimately work to replace paper log books used by thousands of drivers today. These ELDs have been available in some form since 1988, but now they are mandated for most commercial trucks.

During this month’s webinar, Joel Beal, Managing Partner and Chief Operating Officer at JBA Telematics, provides an overview of Electronic Logging Device technology, the details of the mandate, and other high level concepts about the changes in the trucking industry environment.

The insights offered will help illustrate the importance of the electronic driver log mandate, and how it will affect drivers. As key takeaways from the webinar, you will be provided with:

– Deadlines and insight into the mandate intricacies
– Methods and examples to effectively plan for the mandate
– Ways to leverage the mandated technology to your benefit

Original session held on March 16, 2016

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