California ELD rule (starts January 2024)
Instead of allowing drivers to record their hours of service (HoS) using paper logs, California will adopt the FMCSA’s electronic logging device (ELD) rule—with important differences, including exemptions.
Clean Truck Check program (also starts January 2024)
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) will start enforcing its Clean Truck Check program for drayage trucks such as Class 8 big rigs. Periodic vehicle testing will be combined with emissions monitoring and enforcement to identify vehicles that need emissions-related repairs—and ensure repairs are made.
Violations add up but can be avoided if you start preparing now. During this webinar, our dedicated team of Safety & Compliance experts will break down the California ELD rule, the CARB program and how they affect your fleet.
- New ELD intrastate rules for California and exceptions
- Differences between the FMCSA and California ELD rules
- Common ELD-related violations and how to prevent them with in-cab technology
- More about the CARB Clean Truck Check program
Many carriers find themselves behind the preparation curve, or not following all applicable regulations to start. In this 45-minute presentation, our experts will explain these two regulations and what you need to know to avoid violations when enforcement begins in January.