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Marc Moncion, our Vice President of Safety, Compliance & Regulatory Affairs, was invited by Chris Harris from Safety Dawg Inc. to his podcast to discuss Fleet Complete’s successful ELD certification with Transport Canada – as well as iron out some finer details of the mandate itself.
This is Marc’s second appearance on the podcast, discussing the Canadian ELD mandate that is coming into full enforcement in the summer of 2022.
If you’re driving or walking and would like to listen to the full podcast, please click on the YouTube link that you see appear here. Otherwise, you can read the transcribed interview below.
In light of the need for essentials supplies and services to be supplied to British Columbia as a result of the recent flooding, Transport Canada has issued an exemption to the hours of service (HOS) regulations for those supplying relief to the area.
Please note that strict control measures are in place, that must be followed, to ensure this HOS exemption is not abused.
See specific requirements below for full details of the HOS exemption.
In this article, I respond to a question I’ve been asked regarding what am I legally obliged to do when stopping a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) on the side of the roadway due to a vehicle breakdown.
Chris Harris, The Safety Dawg, hosts “The Dawg On-It Trucking Pawedcast” where he interviews influential trucking insiders for their insights and in-depth knowledge. On July 10, 2020, Chris sat down with Marc Moncion to talk about ELDs in Canada and the U.S.
The last thing a Motor Carrier wants is to be penalized for not complying with the Department of Transportation (DOT) or Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulations.
It’s vital for Motor Carriers to stay on top of the relevant laws when transporting loads or people across interstate and intrastate boundaries.
Included below are 10 transportation laws Motor Carriers should stay up to date with to ensure you’re always compliant.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) published its long-awaited HOS Drivers Final Rule on changes to 49 CFR Part 395.
These changes will take effect 120 days after date of publication in the Federal Register.
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) has launched a new, public online repository for current emergency declarations, waivers, amendments, extensions, exemptions, executive orders in Canada and the U.S. The commercial motor vehicle enforcement community, the motor carrier industry and the general public may reference this repository at any time.