Make safety and compliance your fleet’s priority.

Our team of compliance experts knows what it takes and how to help.

Ensuring safety and compliance is critical for every fleet. In many cases, required for continued business operations. However, ensuring compliance and maintaining an effective safety program may seem easier said than done with complex, often-evolving state and federal regulations. But not doing so leaves the door open for accidents, legal liability and financial loss. Regardless of your industry or your fleet’s size and configuration, working with experts who understand the regulations sets you up to ensure continued compliance with applicable regulations and safety standards.

Staying compliant Today’s standards are complex. Protect your workforce and business by ensuring your fleet adheres to all applicable safety and compliance rules and regulations.
Preparing for changes Keeping up with changing regulations can be a job by itself. But making sure your fleet adapts to the next wave of changes in regulations is critical to staying competitive.
Operating safely Every organization wants to operate as safely as possible. Protect your company, your workforce and the public by maintaining an effective, well-informed safety program.

Quick Resources

Every commercial fleet needs to adhere to required regulations. Zonar has a dedicated team of compliance and safety experts who know the regulations that apply to your fleet and your industry—inside and out. Regardless of your industry or mix of fleet vehicles, our team of experts has the leadership and expertise to support you.

Our experts know safety and compliance—period.

The Zonar team of safety and compliance experts make it their business to understand your organization. They’re committed to working with you to help ensure absolute compliance with the regulations and mandates that affect your fleet. Each team member lives on the frontlines of safety and compliance. Serving on numerous committees of numerous industry associations. Shaping regulations that affect fleets across the nation. Helping fleets of all shapes, sizes, industries and vehicle mixes adhere to current regulations and prepare for changes ahead. This is what they do. And they’re here to help you..

Ron Cordova
Ron Cordova
Compliance Manager
Fred Fakkema
Fred Fakkema
Vice President of Compliance
Jill Snyder
Jill Snyder
Compliance Manager

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Meet the experts

Serving every fleet of every size in every industry

Commercial freight

Safety and compliance requirements for the freight industry have tightened. Today, the stakes are higher for ensuring proper pre- and post-trip inspections. Companies are still racing to comply with the ELD mandate’s looming deadline—and the transition isn’t always easy.

Combined, our team of experts:
  • has decades of experience in transportation and law enforcement
  • has been on both sides of the roadside inspection
  • knows Hours of Service (HoS) regulations and ELD technology
Vocational fleets

Heavy duty, light duty, heavy equipment, delivery trucks, utility and constructions vehicles: vocational fleets are typically mixed and deployed across locations. In addition to federal and state regulations, these fleets must also adhere to regulations and standards established by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).

Our team of experts:
  • can help regardless of your fleet’s vehicle mix or industry
  • understands private sector and government regulations
  • will help ensure adherence to safety and compliance regulations, including OSHA-required walk-around inspections
Pupil transportation

According to the NHTSA, school buses are “the most regulated vehicles on the road.” NHTSA safety standards alone are higher for school buses than other buses. Plus, school bus fleets must adhere to numerous state regulations and district policies, which can vary depending on location.

Strict regulations make sense, considering these buses carry precious cargo—students. Whether your school bus fleet is large, small or in between,

Our team of experts:
  • understand the security threats today’s schools and school buses face
  • know how our solutions work with our partners’ safety technology to keep your student riders safe
  • will help implement the right student safety technology and procedures for your fleet
Transit fleets

Funding is everything for transit agencies, especially in the face of shrinking ridership and changes in infrastructure financing. Transit agencies simply can’t afford the penalties for non-compliance or insufficient safety programs. Even motorcoach fleets face hurdles such as compliance and changing regulations.

Our team will work with you to prepare your transit fleet for inspections by:
  • Department of Transportation (DOT)
  • Transit Safety & Oversight (TSO)
  • Federal Transit Administration
  • Hours of Service (HoS) inspections

The latest industry news

The Zonar team of safety and compliance experts stay on top of what’s happening in the industry. Below is a quick cherry-pick of what’s being discussed right now.

Don’t Shortchange Training When Converting to ELDs

Come Dec. 16 — less than three months away — motor carriers still running with grandfathered automatic onboard recording devices to track hours-of-service will have to be switched over to devices that are compliant with the electronic logging device mandate that first went into effect almost two years ago. Read more

From the FMCSA: 5 possible updates to Hours-of-Service regulations

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has released the long-awaited Hours-of-Service (HOS) Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM). Below is a summary of the five highlights and our take on the possible changes. Learn more

Myths About the Trucking Industry We Need to Dispel

In every industry, people share myths and urban legends among themselves. When it comes to operating motor vehicles people believe hands-free phone calls are safer while driving, but they’re not. Read the article

Converting from an AOBRD to ELD: What you need to know

How many truck drivers are currently running with a grandfathered automatic on-board recording device (AOBRD) is an open question. Estimates have ranged from about 30 percent to 75 percent. J.J. Keller estimates that about 60 percent of motor carriers are operating with an AOBRD device… Read the article