"Hours of service will be the focus during the stepped-up enforcement period June 5-7, a 72-hour event sponsored by the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance. Unlike past years, inspectors across North America will be checking for electronic logging devices.
With the mandate that nearly all trucks be equipped with ELDs, which went into strict enforcement April 1, inspectors expect less pushback from drivers when it comes to staying within their 11-hour maximum daily driving time.
That could mean fewer HOS violations this year than in past years, said Will Schaefer, director of safety programs for the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance, the event’s sponsor."
Read more information here: This Year’s Roadcheck to Focus on HOS Compliance – Eric Miller, Transport Topics
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