How Vehicle Logging Devices May Fuel 'Reptile Tactics'

By Jennifer Parrott and Melody Kiella (May 16, 2018, 2:54 PM EDT) -- Starting in December 2017, many motor carriers were required to comply with the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Enhancement Act of 2012, which ordered that commercial motor vehicles be equipped with electronic logging devices, or ELDs, for purposes of improving compliance with hours-of-service regulations.[1] The ELD mandate requires that all ELDs automatically connect to an engine's control module and record certain data, including the date, time, vehicle location and motion status, vehicle mileage, engine hours and power status....

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