Important Steps for Successful Electronic Logging Device Migration

On December 16, 2019, all carriers will be required to complete the move from Automatic Onboard Recording Devices (AOBRDs) to Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs). Regardless of where you are on your ELD journey ‒ whether you have Electronic Logging Devices or don’t know where to begin, understanding the migration path is crucial to maintain compliance and long-term operational success.

With this in mind, Trimble Transportation recently debuted its “Roadmap to the Electronic Logging Device Mandate,” a comprehensive resource on the regulatory aspects of the ELD mandate.

Electronic Logging Device

It is important to note that the switch to Electronic Logging Devices is not just about updating hardware or software, it requires your fleet and drivers to understand new policies and procedures that come along with the mandate’s rules.

In this free guide, you can get critical insights into operational aspects of the mandate, including:

  • Insights for successful training of your entire team – from drivers to office personnel
  • Strategies for updating your company policies
  • Definitions of important ELD-specific duty statuses
  • An understanding of how the Electronic Logging Device mandate will be enforced

With all of this information available to you, what are you waiting for? Click below to download your free copy of this guide and help ensure all aspects of your fleet are prepared to make the move to Electronic Logging Devices before December 16, 2019.

Download the Guide

 

Interested in learning more details on the Electronic Logging Device mandate and the migration process? Be sure to register for our webinar series, which kicks off this week on Thursday, May 23 at 11 a.m. CT.

Click here to register and save your seat at this informative event, which will detail steps to compliance and resources to help you along the way.

 

Important Steps for Successful Electronic Logging Device Migration

On December 16, 2019, all carriers will be required to complete the move from Automatic Onboard Recording Devices (AOBRDs) to Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs). Regardless of where you are on your ELD journey ‒ whether you have Electronic Logging Devices or don’t know where to begin, understanding the migration path is crucial to maintain compliance and long-term operational success.

With this in mind, Trimble Transportation recently debuted its “Roadmap to the Electronic Logging Device Mandate,” a comprehensive resource on the regulatory aspects of the ELD mandate.

Electronic Logging Device

It is important to note that the switch to Electronic Logging Devices is not just about updating hardware or software, it requires your fleet and drivers to understand new policies and procedures that come along with the mandate’s rules.

In this free guide, you can get critical insights into operational aspects of the mandate, including:

  • Insights for successful training of your entire team – from drivers to office personnel
  • Strategies for updating your company policies
  • Definitions of important ELD-specific duty statuses
  • An understanding of how the Electronic Logging Device mandate will be enforced

With all of this information available to you, what are you waiting for? Click below to download your free copy of this guide and help ensure all aspects of your fleet are prepared to make the move to Electronic Logging Devices before December 16, 2019.

Download the Guide

 

Interested in learning more details on the Electronic Logging Device mandate and the migration process? Be sure to register for our webinar series, which kicks off this week on Thursday, May 23 at 11 a.m. CT.

Click here to register and save your seat at this informative event, which will detail steps to compliance and resources to help you along the way.

 

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