How will ELDs change DOT audits?


How will this change DOT audits?The exact ramifications of the new ELD mandate on DOT audits is not fully known but it is expected that despite the transition to paperless logs there will still be reporting requirements, and reports will need to be kept for a specific period such as six months (drivers need to keep 7 days of records stored on the device; in Canada it’s 14 days).

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