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April – Compliance & Safety Monthly Update

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Compliance & Safety Monthly Update


taxtime-equinoxIFTA Deadline is Approaching, Are You Ready?

Our Fuel Tax Department wanted to remind you that the deadline for filing your 1st Quarter IFTA taxes and any state mileage taxes is approaching quickly. Are you ready?

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ELD-PeopleNet-1214Choosing an ELD? Use Caution!

“It is important for carriers to conduct due diligence on an ELD provider, their solution and their testing procedures.  Ultimately, the carrier will run the risk of non-compliance with the regulations if the ELD solution malfunctions or is removed from the registry.”  – EROAD, a leading telematics provider.

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closed-signFMCSA Shuts Down Seven-truck Fleet – Preventable?

The FMCSA said in its order, “Bar D Bar Trucking’s continued use of unsafe vehicles and its failure to adequately oversee its drivers to ensure compliance with federal safety regulations substantially increases the likelihood of serious harm to its drivers and to the motoring public.”

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Logging_TruckOTA’s Loggers’ Exemption from 30-minute Break Extended

Originally granted in 2015, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) extended the hours-of-service exemption to Oregon loggers with the Oregon Trucking Associations (OTA) and the Department of Energy.

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ELD ebook: why human technology is important in ELD solutionNew Ebook: 6 Important Reasons To Keep Human Technology Part of Your ELD Solution

In this new ebook, learn how to take complete advantage of your ELD solution using “Human Technology.

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505b2ac84727b.imageFMCSA Denies HOS Exemption Request For Truckers in Natural Gas, Oil Sites

Federal trucking regulators have denied American Trucking Associations’ hours-of-service exemption request that would have allowed truck drivers working at natural gas and oil sites to exclude waiting time from their calculations of on-duty time.

Currently, only specially trained drivers of commercial motor vehicles that are constructed specifically to service oil- and natural-gas extraction sites may use the exemption.

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05 Apr, 16

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