Advocating, promoting and educating a safe and sustainable trucking industry.
Since 1929, the North Carolina Trucking Association (NCTA) has represented the interests of the trucking industry.
NCTA works to protect the interests of North Carolina's trucking industry by working with state and federal regulatory and enforcement agencies. We are also dedicated to providing excellence in: Education, Training, and Information. And promoting a safe, dependable and cost-effective motor transportation infrastructure to the betterment of the trucking industry in North Carolina.
I-95 South Carolina Update
Thursday, October 8, 2015
I-95 remains opened to LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY from I-26 in Orangeburg to Exit 119.
I-95 remains CLOSED to ALL TRAFFIC from Exit 119 to Exit 132.
1-95 remains opened to LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY from Exit 132 to I-20 in Florence.
All thru traffic is still being detoured routing travelers by using I-20, I-77, and I-26. EXPECT DELAYS!
NC Governor McCrory Executive Order #81
North Carolina NCDOT Links:
49 CFR Part 395 Hours of Service for Drivers: Regulatory Guidance Concerning the Editing of Automatic On-Board Recording Device (AOBRD) Information
Friday, October 2, 2015
Replace the text of Sec. 395.15 Question 2 with the following:
Question 2: May entries made on an automatic on-board recording device (AOBRD) be annotated?
(1) Within certain limits, a driver must be allowed to review his or her AOBRD records, annotate and correct inaccurate records, enter any missing information, and certify the accuracy of the information.
(2) The AOBRD must retain the original entries, and reflect the date and time of an edit, and name of the person making the edit. If the driver has already ``certified'' the entries for the duty period, he or she must re-certify the edited version, which must be transmitted to the carrier.
(3) ``Driving time'' may not be edited except in the case of unidentified or team drivers, and when driving time was assigned to the wrong driver or no driver. Such time may be reassigned to the correct driver.
(4) After reviewing incoming records, drivers' supervisors may request that a driver make edits to correct errors. The driver must accept or reject such requests and the AOBRD must record the transaction. If the driver annotates the record based on the request, he or she must re-submit and re-certify the corrected record.''