Fleet Complete is proud to announce that our BigRoad electronic logging device (ELD) has received mandatory third-party ELD certification in Canada, adding us to Transport Canada’s List of Certified ELD Vendors.
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Transport Canada Minister Omar Alghabra issued a public statement last week on electronic logging devices (ELD) for commercial vehicles in Canada.
Transport Canada Minister Omar Alghabra issued a public statement on electronic logging devices for commercial vehicles.
Considering the upcoming ‘Made in Canada ELD’ rule on June 12, 2021, I thought it would be timely to write a blog on what a driver and motor carrier must do differently when ELD malfunctions north of the 49th Parallel. This is particularly significant for motor carriers that have drivers traveling North-South, as the malfunction protocols are somewhat different from those in the United States.Read More »How are ELD Malfunctions Managed Differently in Canada?
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) recently updated the 30-Minute Break Rule in Part 395.
Read this updated blog post to learn more about how the 30-Minute Break Rule works!
The Government of Ontario is moving forward with the introduction of legislation for commercial motor vehicles that move people and goods within the Province of Ontario.
Read More »Bill 23 – Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Use in Ontario 2020
Whenever there’s a new government mandate addressing a new technology, there are a lot of rumors and questions circulating that might make you wonder what is true.
The day has finally come. The long-awaited ELD mandate is here and it’s important to keep up-to-date and know what’s required of you! This blog has some useful pieces of information to help you prepare for your transition to electronic logging devices (ELDs).