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Fleets Flock to ELDs for Compliance and Added Functionality

Carriers and fleets across the country are beating the December 16 deadline to phase out AOBRDs in favor of electronic logging devices (ELDs). Doing so well in advance of the deadline gives these carriers an advantage over their non-complying competitors and improves fleet functionality. If you haven’t made the switch yet, here’s what you need[…]

The ELD Mandate: Don’t wait to transition from AOBRD to ELD

This is an important time in the trucking industry and compliance is vital. Phase 3 of the ELD Rule being implemented is fast approaching and the AOBRD grandfather provision will expire. On December 16, 2019, Drivers and Motor Carriers subject to the ELD Rule must use self-certified ELD’s registered with the FMCSA. Self-Certification is the[…]

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GORILLA SAFETY INTRODUCES ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTIC (OBDII) INTEGRATION WITH ITS SELF-CERTIFIED ELECTRONIC LOGGING DEVICE

New Compatibility Extending to Include Light and Medium Duty Trucks Further Strengthens Company’s Fully Integrated Fleet and Safety Mobile App Offering HOUSTON … May 30, 2017 … Gorilla Safety, provider of an innovative, proprietary and patented software solution that fully automates all aspects of fleet and safety management, announced today On-Board Diagnostic (OBDII) integration with[…]

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Gorilla Safety Offers Options for Light-Duty Trucks

Not every truck in your fleet is a 54-foot behemoth hauling big shipments across the country. Some of them are lighter duty pickup trucks used for smaller hauls. You might have thought that those trucks couldn’t be integrated in a fleet management system like Gorilla Safety. Think again. Unlike other systems, we offer the OBDII[…]