On June 20th, BCTA held its second provincial ELD information session with Commercial Vehicle Safety and Enforcement to review the regulation and answer any questions carriers may have. If you would like a copy of the presentation, please contact Samira Hosseina (SamiraH@bctrucking.com), BCTA Policy Analyst.
The mandate only applies to provincially regulated vehicles that travel outside of 160 kilometres from their home terminal (does not apply to local vehicles operating under local driving hours). Local drivers will be permitted, by way of CVSE circular to occasional travel outside of 160 km and not require an ELD if the driver has no more than one trip outside of 160 km for the current day or within the previous 14 days to a maximum of 6 days within a 60-day period.
For More Information
Please visit the Commercial Vehicle Safety and Enforcement website for their latest National Safety Code Bulletin on Electronic Logging Devices in British Columbia, which includes an overview of each of the approved orders that implement and support the enforcement of a provincial ELD mandate:
In force Feb 13, 2023:
Order #3: Use of Electronic Devices While Driving Regulation
In force on August 1, 2023:
Order #1: Motor Vehicle Act Regulations (MVAR) to repeal and replace Division 37
Order #2: Violation Ticket Administration and Fines Regulation (VTAFR)
Order #4: Motor Vehicle Fees Regulation
If you have further questions, please contact the BCTA Policy Team at 604-888-5319 or BCTA@BCTrucking.com.