Get ready to convert from paper logbooks to Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs)


December 1st, 2017

Beginning on December 18, 2017, phase 2 of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administrations (FMCSA) Electronic Logging Device Final Rule will come into effect. Starting on December 18, interstate trucking carriers and drivers will be required to use the following electronic logging devices: 

  • Automatic On Board Recording Devices (AOBRDs) that were installed prior to December 18, 2017 
    • These devices will be banned when phase 3 begins on December 16, 2019

OR

  • Self-Certified and registered Electronic Logging Devices with FMCSA 

 

Not every carrier and driver is required to use electronic logs for recording hours of service. The following are exemptions to the rule:

  • Short-haul drivers who only had to log 8 days (or fewer) out of the 30 days
  • Short-haul drivers who are not required to maintain Record of Duty Status 
  • Driver operating a drive-away/tow-away vehicle that is part of a delivery 
  • Driving or towing a recreational vehicle in a drive-away/tow-away operation
  • Driver operating a vehicle that is older than model year 2000 (1999 or older) 

 

Questions? Contact Neel Horst, Senior Risk Control Consultant, or Matt SteighnerRisk Control Consultant or call us at 717-761-4600. Visit the loss control page here

 

Jamie Mowery Lewis

Marketing Executive

Jamie joined the Gunn-Mowery team as their marketing executive in 2016, after previously working as an event coordinator for the Central Penn Business Journal and the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association. As the Marketing Executive, she is the main point of contact for external communications, community relations and media inquiries. She takes pride in enhancing the Gunn-Mowery brand, including the website, social media platforms, design and marketing campaigns. Jamie is a member of the Leadership Harrisburg Area Community Leadership Series Class of 2019 and is the Chair of the Gunn-Mowery Upside of Giving committee. She attended West Chester University of Pennsylvania where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications



When she’s not in the office, you can find Jamie spending time with family, friends and her beagle, Lexie. She loves being outdoors, whether it’s on her farm, playing golf, relaxing on the beach, or cheering on the Nittany Lions in Happy Valley.

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