NEWS & REPORTS

All 3G ELDs Do Not Comply with FMCSA Regs by 12/31/2022

Dec 19, 2022 | Industry News

Verizon is the last network to shut down their 3G network, the sunset date is December 31, 2022.  The other major networks shut down their 3G earlier this year.

If you have an ELD system that relies on 3G to operate, it will no longer be compliant.  The carrier has 8 days to fix the malfunction unless an extension is granted.

In trouble with your ELD?  Contact us for help.

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