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AMSA 2012 Safety and Operations Conference 10-10-2012 Tom Cuthbertson Robert Stolfo XRS Corp. Who are we… now. 5. 5. 5. Established in 1985 First company to provide electronic logs on an OBC Leader in Private Fleets. Purchased Turnpike Global Technologies December 2009

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Amsa 2012 safety and operations conference 10 10 2012 tom cuthbertson robert stolfo xrs corp

AMSA 2012 Safety and Operations Conference 10-10-2012Tom CuthbertsonRobert StolfoXRS Corp


Who are we… now

  • 5

  • 5

  • 5

  • Established in 1985

  • First company to provide electronic logs on an OBC

  • Leader in Private Fleets

  • Purchased Turnpike Global Technologies December 2009

  • First company to provide an EOBR with no upfront hardware

  • First company to provide electronic logs on an hand held device

  • On August 13, 2012, Xata Corp. became XRS Corp.

  • A new name for a new focus, Road Science and a New Mobile Platform


Major regulatory agenda
Major Regulatory Agenda

  • New HOS effective July 2013

    • Weekly Reset, Sleeper Berth, 2 Hours off in Passenger Seat

  • ELD Mandate

    • SNPRM February 2013

    • FMCSA Study MAP 21 HOS weekly reset & break completed March

      2013

    • FMCSA MAP 21 HOS report to Congress 9/2013

    • MAP 21 EDL Regulation release 2/2014 per Admin Ferro

    • Third Party Certification

    • Corrected technical Specifications - MCSAC


Benefits of using eld fleet and driver
Benefits of using ELD – Fleet and Driver

  • Revenue Increase with the creation of Drive Time

  • Violations and Citation Reductions do to:

    • Form and Manner taken care of by ELD – highest violation last Year

    • Early Alerts for Drive and Duty Violations

    • Loss of paper is a Violation does not happen with ELD

    • What is the real cost of the violations – CSA, $$, Out of Service

  • Enforcement Training Increased on HOS will continue

    • ELD training also major efforts

  • If you don’t have ELD and have device using GPS – use it to review logs – GPS is a valid supporting document


Simple benefit from drivers customers
Simple Benefit from Drivers / Customers

  • Time Savings a day – 15 minutes using ELD

  • Conservative 6 hours a month back to truck for Drive

  • Approximately 50 revenue miles for each hour

  • With 300 miles and variable rates per mile for revenue miles:

    • @ $1.038 Cost per mile $1.34 Rev Mile - $90 to Truck

    • @ $1.038 Cost per mile $1.85 Rev Mile - $243 to Truck


Xtp enforcement device inspections at roadside
XTP – Enforcement Device inspections at Roadside

  • CVSA inspection Bulletin published to assist at roadside

  • CVSA Ad-HOC Committee for EOBR working on standards for enforcement – screens, accessibility

  • Regional Training has been doing training for Roadside enforcement Florida, Kentucky, Texas

  • We have participated at CVSA NAIC EOBR training years


Fmcsa on edit of logs
FMCSA on EDIT of LOGS

  • Question 2: May a driver who uses an automatic on-board recording device amend his/her record of duty status during a trip?

  • Guidance: No. Section 395.15(i)(3) requires automatic onboard recording devices, to the maximum extent possible, be tamperproof and preclude the alteration of information collected concerning a driver’s hours of service. If drivers, who use automatic on-board recording devices, were allowed to amend their record of duty status while in transit, legitimate amendments could not be distinguished from falsifications. Records of duty status maintained and generated by an automatic on-board recording device may only be edited by a supervisory motor carrier official to accurately reflect the driver’s activity. Such supervisory motor carrier official must include an explanation of the mistake in the remarks section of either the original or amended record of duty status. Both the original and amended record of duty status must be retained by the motor carrier.


Csa changes december effective date
CSA Changes – December effective date

  • Remove speeding violation in the 1-5 MPH category –

    retro-active

  • Load Securement violation move to Vehicle Maintenance Basic

  • Change Fatigued Basic to Hours of Service Compliance

  • Separate Basic for Hazmat


Csa continued top concerns
CSA Continued TOP CONCERNS

  • Crash Accountability/ Underreporting of crashes and responsibility

  • ATRI study on incorrect correlations

  • Warnings for Moving Violations

  • Dismissed Citations – Don’t get removed

  • Violation Severity Weights – Lights vs ABS

  • Definition of HazMat Carriers (still an issue with new HM BASIC)


Regulatory items of note
REGULATORY ITEMS OF NOTE

  • FMCSA is moving forward with Wireless Roadside Inspection – XRS will be stake holder review

    • Oil Field Equipment acceptability

  • NHTSA – Smart Roadside – Pilot in Ann Arbor

  • FHWA – FRATIS – Intermodal city routing instant routing

  • NHTSA – Safety Equipment regulations out as NPRM

  • CSA – Changes in calculations, issues on Warnings

  • ATA – Court Case on HOS Reset

  • IFTA/IRP Changing technical Specs for acceptable methods


Thank you tom cuthbertson vp regulatory compliance tom cuthbertson@xrscorp com 703 801 2419

Thank youTom CuthbertsonVP Regulatory [email protected]

Robert Stolfo

Regional Sales Manager

[email protected]

716-570-1237


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