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An encouraging trend that emerged in 2016 was a decrease in driver hours-of-service violations, according to numbers compiled by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and cited in the industry publication Trucker News. Double-digit declines were reported, the FMCSA says.

Among the possible reasons for this positive development, the adoption of GPS fleet tracking and electronic logging devices could be a factor. Some authorities believe that this change reflects a benefit of new technology, in promoting better work practices and more accurate record keeping.

See more at:

http://truckernews.com/hours-of-service-violation-rates-show-a-decline

Jeramy Gordon is a Content Marketing Manager at Teletrac Navman.

An award-winning storyteller and content and communication strategist, Jeramy has more than 15 years’ experience in content management, including journalism, corporate communication and marketing. Prior to his position at Teletrac Navman, Jeramy has held content management roles in multiple newsrooms and at an Inc. 5000 company. He received his bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication from Menlo College.

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