The electronic logging device mandate does have a few exceptions, such as the 100 air mile rule.
“Are there any exceptions to the ELD mandate that you are aware of?”
“Well there are several. Getting back to the small business one, if they are a contractor for example and they are building a house in lets say Indiana and they are domiciled in a home office in Ohio there is one exception where they have a 100 air mile rule so they can operate on a time card basically for their 100 air miles back to their normal work reporting location – as long as they report within a twelve hour period. The important thing for contractors in these industries that go and do a job out in the field for a longer period of time is that they can change that normal work reporting location from let’s say the home office back in Ohio to that work location in Indiana. So that one hundred air mile operating radius can change depending on their work location that they have. So that’s very important to know.”
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