Truck drivers as a group face more health and wellness challenges than the average American, especially in terms of diabetes and smoking. But that doesn’t mean they can’t overcome them.
In 2018, the trucking industry will undergo a lot of changes, most revolving around technology.
Company said its asset tracking product now available at more than 2,800 heavy-duty truck dealerships across North America.
FMCSA also plans to overhaul “personal conveyance” guidelines where hours-of-service status is concerned.
New ELD training program is being unveiled as well.
This new smartphone application is reportedly designed with better document imaging software to help speed up freight payments.
Poll by Netsparker reveals that one fifth of Americans don’t regularly update their computer or smartphone software, while 45% fail to update smart home devices.
As enforcement of the ELD mandate officially starts, some truckers threaten to strike while others say adopting and using the devices is no big deal.
Through the end of March 2018, its ELD feature will be included within its SyncUP FLEET package at no cost.
Company says electronic log information successfully transmitted between ELD device and safety official’s laptop.