Blog 2018-01-05T11:37:53+00:00
4January 2018

Canadian version of ELD Mandate revealed

As the ELD Mandate came into effect in the United States on December 18th, 2017, the Canadian government published its proposal to make the use of electronic logging devices (ELDs) mandatory. ELDs help carriers and drivers comply with Commercial Vehicle Driver Hours of Service Regulations thereby [...]

7December 2017

How telemetry helps prevention and security

During ISAAC’s Users’ Conference, Cain Lamarre lawyers Me Stéphane Lamarre and Me François Rouette, provided counsel regarding best practices for prevention and security. Leveraging telemetry data The main idea put forth by the two lawyers is that transporters should be prepared before ever being [...]

22November 2017

FMCSA provides answers on the ELD Mandate

Ms. La Tonya Mimms, Lead transportation specialist for the FMCSA Enforcement Division and Program manager for the FMCSA electronic logging device implementation, exceptionally travelled to Canada to answer questions about the ELD Mandate during ISAAC’s User Conference. Three phases of implementat [...]

15September 2017

Cell Phone Use While Driving: A Source of Distraction

Have you heard of coroner Ferland’s report on cell phone use while driving? Should the use of cell phones while driving be criminalized? Studies have shown it and statistics speak for themselves: cell phones are not viable options for using as on-board telematics devices. To ensure your drivers’ [...]

1August 2017

10 Things to Know About the ELD Mandate

1. The ELD Mandate in Short The electronic logging device (ELD) rule will replace the current hours of service regulations starting December 18, 2017 (AOBRD - FMCSA 395.15). Transport companies that operate on American soil will be required to use recorders that comply to the new rule for managin [...]

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