What American Carriers Need to Know About Canada’s ELD Rule

Jul 10, 2019 | Industry News

Canada has recently released the Technical Standard for ELDs, and American carriers operating in that country will have to comply with its rules. The rule was adopted as law on June 12, but there will be a 24-month implementation period after which it will be fully enforceable, that is June 2021. During this period, each Canadian province and territory will to have to integrate the rules into their own regulations.

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