Tag Archives: EOBR legislationApril 15, 2013
In June of 2012, the U.S. Congress adopted the MAP-21 bill. Among other things, the bill requires the use of an electronic logging device to track hours of service for all carriers that are required to file a record of … Continue readingJuly 5, 2012
Today, the Commercial Carrier Journal‘s blog post stated that the FMCSA has 12 months to issue a new regulation. The EOBR mandate will then be enforced 24 months from the time the regulation is published, or July 2015. This, following … Continue readingJuly 5, 2012
There has been quite a bit of misinformation swirling around the EOBR mandate since it was passed by the U.S. Congress last Friday—especially with regard to the Landry-Rahall Amendment, which seeks to strip federal funding for the mandate. Today, FleetOwner … Continue readingJune 29, 2012
The House of Representatives passed an amendment on EOBR funding today, and it’s led to quite a bit of confusion. So, we’ve compiled some information to help get you up-to-speed on what happened and what it means for you.