The federal rule requiring electronic onboard recorders (EOBRs), devices designed to simplify hours of service (HOS) record-keeping for commercial trucks, has created a new set of problems that Truckinginfo.com describes as “complex and messy.” Just the simple exchange of EOBR data from truck driver to law enforcement officials, for instance, is a lot more complicated than regulators must have imagined. According to Truckinginfo.com, police officers don’t want to enter the cab to look at or retrieve EOBR data because not only would be unsafe for them, truck drivers, they say, would find it intrusive and even harassing. Printing the EOBR ... Read More
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