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DOT Compliance Briefs 

J. J. Keller is the trusted source for the critical information you need. With our DOT Compliance Brief Series, you get an overview and guidance on core components of the federal motor carrier safety regulations. 

 

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ELD Transition Guidance From Fleets That Know

Fleets who have already swithced from AOBRDs to ELDs give their advice on the transition.


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FMCSA Proposed Changes to Create Flexibility in HOS Rules

Learn the implications of FMCSA's recently proposed changes to the hours-of-service rules.


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ELD Annotations: Exemptions

Read this compliance brief for suggested annotations that explain log exemption edits.


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ELD Annotations: Log Edits

Read this compliance brief for suggested annotations that explain log edits.


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Canadian Mandate and Hours of Service FAQs

Read these FAQs about Canada's ELog mandate and hours of service rules.


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DataQs: Guidance

You have an interest in ensuring your public CSA data is accurate. DataQs is the way to challenge erroneous violations.


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Unassigned Driving Time

Every fleet has unassigned drive time that needs to be managed.


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Driver Inspections

DOT vehicle inspections are critical components of a successful maintenance program.


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Intrastate ELD Requirements

States are adopting the federal ELD rules for intrastate commerce. Is your state listed?


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ELD Compliance for Rental and Leased Trucks

When you need to rent or lease a truck, what's the best way to comply with the mandate?


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Hours of Service Guidance for Agricultural (Ag) Haulers

While HOS rules haven't changed, Ag haulers do have exceptions to using elogs.


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Supporting Documents and the ELD Rule

The supporting documents rule sets the bar for recordkeeping in the electronic age.