U.S. Supreme Court will not hear OOIDA’s lawsuit

ELD Mandate Stands

If you didn’t hear, the U.S. Supreme Court will not be hearing OOIDA’s lawsuit challenging the DOT ruling that requires truck operators to use electronic logging devices to track hours of service. Read more about the ruling in OverDrive’s article published today by James Jaillet.

What does that mean to you? It means you need to comply with the original ELD mandate and its Dec. 18 compliance date.

But there’s a loop hole you can take advantage of. The mandate has a grandfather provision which allows for the continued use of AOBRD e-logs until December 16th of 2019. Under the ELD regulations, drivers have very limited abilities to edit their logs. Most larger trucking companies will want to adopt an ELD solution right away, but, if you’re not ready to jump on that bus, HOS Reporter has a solution designed specifically for you.

We have developed a new two-in-one driver friendly compliance solution that’s plug and play and it’s easy to use. It is designed to serve the unique needs of the owner-operator and small fleet trucking market. Smaller carriers and owner operators will greatly appreciate the log editing flexibility of an AOBRD. Click here to view pricing.

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For more information visit GTS Fleet, call us at 855-487-9679, or email us at sales@gtsfleet.com.