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Previously, we reported that the Truck Renting and Leasing Association (TRALA) filed for an exemption with the FMCSA for short-term rental vehicles from requiring ELDs for short-term breakdowns for up to 30 days.


The FMCSA’s final ELD rule was published December 2015. Considering the mandate applies to over three million drivers on the road today, it’s important that the trucking industry as a whole is up-to-speed on its ELD facts — so, here we go.


After a long wait, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) published the final electronic logging device rule — or ELD mandate – in December 2015.
What is it exactly? And, what does it mean for commercial motor carriers and truck drivers?



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The tax reform bill likely to be signed into law by President Trump this week or next is expected to be the end of the daily $63 per diem deduction allotted to truck drivers for on-road meal expenses, says ATBS president and CEO Todd Amen.