FMCSA: Numbers Show ELD Mandate is Working

The electronic logging device mandate is working, said the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, as it posted a new infographic on its website it plans to update monthly. FMCSA describes the infographic as a “snapshot of the positive impact electronic logging devices (ELDs) are having on improving hours-of-service compliance on our nation’s roads.”

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Our Processors Got Your Back!

With 100+ years of combined invoice processing knowledge and experience, our processors are here to make your trucking life easier. We just need 5 things from you.

  1. AFS coversheet
  2. Your Invoice with bill to, invoice #, load # and agreed rate.  ALWAYS note fuel advances and any advance fees charged by the debtor.
  3.  Broker rate confirmation sheet – signed by you.
  4. Bill Of Lading of a delivered load signed by the receiver.
  5. Lumper receipts if applicable.

Once your paperwork is received, our processing department will stay in contact with you if any issues should pop up, either by email or a phone call. You will always be in the know on the status of your money.

Let our experience in the trucking industry help your truck stay on “the easy road”!

Fuel-Saving strategies: ‘Run on Less’ Shows the Way

These were real drivers on real routes hauling real freight.  Midway through a cross-country demonstration run converging on Atlanta late last fall, the seven tractor-trailers participating in the “Run on Less” truck efficiency roadshow had posted impressive double-digit miles per gallon (mpg) results. But when real-world conditions got factored in, they highlighted the challenges truck operators face in squeezing the most optimal fuel efficiency from their equipment.

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Not too high, not too low: The importance of keeping your truck tire inflation levels just right

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