It has been an active two weeks at the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, having added a third ELD to the revocation registry. 1PL Logs is the latest to be banned, with the notice being made public on Feb. 8.
Model ORS was found to not meet the minimum requirements established in 49 CFR part 395, subpart B, appendix A. The company can have the device moved back to the allowable device list, but drivers should not “wait around and find out.”
Drivers and freight companies have 60 days to transfer to a new ELD provider, with the deadline of April 10 to make the switch. Drivers can use paper logs during this time period but must still follow Federal Hours Of Service regulations.
This is the third device to hit the revoked list, following TMS ONE and Nationwide ELD’s ban in the past two weeks. Back The Truck Up will continue to monitor for any more ELDs to be moved to the FMCSA’s Revocation Registry and if any of the reported units are able to be placed back in service.
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