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Top-10: Facts You Should Know About ELDs and Trucking Safety

May 8, 2017
By December 18, 2017, commercial vehicle drivers using paper logbooks to record and track their hours of service (HOS) data must switch over to an electronic logging device (ELD) that automatically (and, obviously, electronically) records their “on-duty” activity
By December 18, 2017, commercial vehicle drivers using paper logbooks to record and track their hours of service (HOS) data must switch over to an electronic logging device (ELD) that automatically (and, obviously, electronically) records their “on-duty” activity.

But will these devices really improve trucking safety and compliance? Can they help reduce crash risk for trucking companies? Find these questions addressed and more by downloading the Top-10 facts you should know about ELDs and trucking safety!

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