Indiana’s Attorney General has sent a letter to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration requesting a delay of the upcoming ELD mandate. In the letter, Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill claims...
The FMCSA says "the exemption does not negatively affect safety outcomes."
“We are asking the State Traffic Commission to help ensure that large commercial trucks do not use local roads and neighborhoods as throughways,” said Lisbeth Pettengill, spokesperson for RIDOT.
The OOIDA has opposed the bill and says it unfairly "singles out truckers."
The bill would delay the start of the ELD mandate for one year.
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A representative said the bill is "necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, and safety."
Because of the Supreme Court's decision, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals' ruling to uphold the mandate will remain.
Its President and COO has also resigned.