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Don’t be caught off guard with the new E-log noncompliance penalties!
FMCSA issues fines and penalties as a result of these audits as further leverage to promote highway safety. Both motor carriers and their employees could face monetary penalties based on violations of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations or Hazardous Materials Regulations.
The minimum and maximum dollar amounts for these fines are routinely adjusted to reflect inflation, and the latest change became effective June 2. In some cases, it’s a hefty increase. The maximum fine has gone from $11,000 to $16,000 for egregious hours of service violations, for instance, and the maximum hazmat fine has gone up from $50,000 to $75,000.
Making sure you have your ELD equipment ready to go prior to the deadline will save you from unnecessary hassles and costs to your business.
ELD Rule Impacts:
Carriers and Drivers who are subject to the rule must install and use ELDs by the appropriate deadline:
Carriers and drivers who are using paper logs or logging software must transition to ELDs no later than December 18, 2017.
Carriers and drivers who use AOBRDS prior to the compliance date must transition to ELDs no later than December 16, 2019.
Enforcement Partners must understand enforcement and compliance procedures during each implementation phase, and which regulatory guidance applies to each.
ELD Manufacturers must conform to ELD technical specifications, certify their ELDs, and register them with FMCSA.
Updated: Monday, June 26, 2017 by the FMCSA