S.695 - Commercial Driver Compliance Improvement Act

A bill to require the use of electronic on-board recording devices in motor carriers to improve compliance with hours of service regulations. view all titles (2)

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  • Official: A bill to require the use of electronic on-board recording devices in motor carriers to improve compliance with hours of service regulations. as introduced.
  • Short: Commercial Driver Compliance Improvement Act as introduced.

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Official Summary

Commercial Driver Compliance Improvement Act - Requires all commercial motor vehicles involved in interstate commerce and operated by a driver subject to both federal hours-of-service and record of duty status requirements, in order to improve compliance with federal hours-of-service regula

Official Summary

Commercial Driver Compliance Improvement Act - Requires all commercial motor vehicles involved in interstate commerce and operated by a driver subject to both federal hours-of-service and record of duty status requirements, in order to improve compliance with federal hours-of-service regulations, to be equipped with an electronic on-board recording device meeting performance requirements and certification criteria and certain other requirements prescribed by the Secretary of Transportation (DOT).

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Organizations Supporting S.695

  • Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety
  • J.B. Hunt Transport
  • Knight Transportation
  • Maverick USA
  • U.S. Xpress Enterprises
  • American Trucking Association
  • ...and 3 more. See all.

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