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    Moncion-Marc

    Marc Moncion

    Marc is the Head of Safety. Compliance & Regulatory Affairs for Fleet Complete. Marc is an author and industry subject matter expert that has worked in numerous senior transportation management roles for over 25 years, including an Inspector for the MTO. Marc Sits on several Federal/State/provincial regulatory bodies and frequently provides commentary on emerging technology, best practices and regulatory affairs. In addition, Marc is a commercial driver's licence (CCD) holder and can drive all types of commercial vehicles in North America.

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    Agricultural Exemption in BigRoad App

    March 25, 2019

    In the light of the updated Agricultural Exemption provided by the FMCSA, we have received some questions about whether it is supported by the BigRoad app. The great news is – it already is! Seen the Ultimate Bundle? Request DEMO 

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    Adapting to ELD World – New Reality

    March 24, 2019

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    Everyone is adapting to the new realities of the ELD mandate: the drivers, the supply chain, shippers and carriers, DOT inspectors - the list goes on. How does it affect you? 

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    ELD Malfunction Reporting Made Easier

    March 22, 2019

    The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) recently announced the creation of an email address to streamline the process for requesting an extension of the 8-day period that is allowed in the regulations in order to repair or replace an electronic logging device (ELD) that malfunctions.

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    Are drivers required to log fuel stops on their BigRoad driver logs?

    March 18, 2019

    Dear Marc,

    Are my drivers required to show when they stop for fuel on their BigRoad driver logs?

    Question submitted from a NASTC Customer

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    What Are the HOS Differences For Drivers Carrying Property & Passengers?

    March 16, 2019

    The hours-of-service rules are quite different for property-carrying vehicles compared to passenger-carrying drivers in the United States. Here is an infographic that summarizes the key differences, while complete regulation outline can be found here

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    CMV is Always a CMV, Right?

    March 15, 2019

    I came across a matter with a client that highlights the confusion for specialty motor carriers operating commercial motor vehicles in the trucking marketplace. Specifically, this client was having significant issues complying with hours of service based on the type of vehicles deployed.

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    For Ontario drivers that start at 9:00 PM nightly...

    March 14, 2019

    Dear Marc,

    For Ontario drivers that start at 9:00 PM nightly and finish at 10:00 AM the next day, do they have to complete another DVIR at midnight?

    Question submitted from Chargo Trucking, Ontario

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    I'm switching to work for a new motor carrier. How should I handle my prior 7 days' RODS?

    March 11, 2019

    Dear Marc,

    I am starting work for a new motor carrier. What is the best way to present my prior 7 days records of duty status?

     

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    11 States Waive Trucking Regs Ahead of Hurricane Florence

    March 06, 2019

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    The scope of damage projected by Hurricane Florence has resulted in 11 States now waiving trucking regulations ahead of the landfall. This includes Florida, Georgia, South and North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and Delaware, along with D.C.

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    Can Oilfield Company Operate Under The Oilfield Exemption Even When Not Hauling Oil Products?

    February 17, 2019

     

    Dear Marc, I used to work at a company that used the 24-hour Restart under the Oilfield Exemption rule even when not transporting oil. Can oilfield companies operate under the Oilfield Exemption rule even when not hauling oil commodities, like shingles, hay, coils and other? Thanks for your insight!

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