Farm, Ranch, and Agricultural Transportation Exemption Reference Guide

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has announced a temporary waiver from the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) rule for certain agriculture-related transportation through September 30, 2018. Further guidance will be provided as we near the September 30, 2018 expiration for the existing waiver. Additionally, during this time period, FMCSA will publish final guidance on both the agricultural...

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration ELD Compliance Reminder

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration ELD Compliance Reminder Beginning April 1, 2018, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), in coordination with each state, will begin enforcing ELD requirements (except for certain agricultural operations). Typically violations of federal law will count against the carrier's Safety Measurement System scores and a non-compliant driver would...

*UPDATE* Non-Business Related Transportation of Horses

*UPDATE* Non-Business Related Transportation of Horses Published FMCSA Guidance The FMCSA guidance shown here provides an exception for the transportation of horses when the transportation is not business related (neither for compensation, nor where the driver is engaged in an underlying business related to the move).  Additionally, these regulations and exemptions would apply to the transportation...

FAQs and Guidance Electronic Logging Devices and Commercial Driver's Licenses

The Wyoming Highway Patrol (WHP) recognizes the implementation of the new Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Rule has created some confusion and concern. The FMCSA has relayed that they are reviewing all states concerns at the national level and will be providing additional guidance. The WHP will continue to prioritize education and training over enforcement...