Indiana Attorney General Openly Opposes ELD Rules

Indiana Attorney General Has Had Enough

Indiana Attorney General Openly Opposes ELD Rules

Indiana Attorney General Curtis T. Hill Jr. (R) penned a letter on Nov. 29 requesting a delay on the new ELD mandate. In less than 3 weeks (December 18th), the ELD mandate will take effect, and Drivers are not happy. Hill Jr. believes this major change will put an un-necessary burden on drivers and carriers. While many carriers are opposed to the rule change, this is the first state official, and a high ranking one in a major trucking state, to step forward advocating for a pause. The major flaw the Attorney General found, is a lack of checks and balances from a third party agency or service.

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