FMCSA requires carriers to check their drivers’ commercial driver’s license (CDL) status annually. Drivers must report CDL changes within 30 days and suspensions within one day. The Employer Notification System (ENS) is a software tool that closes this reporting gap by allowing employers to register their drivers and be notified when a driver’s CDL status changes or is suspended. A prototype ENS was pilot tested in the States of Colorado and Minnesota from December 2006 to July 2008 for the purpose of examining feasibility issues related to national deployment. In this webinar, issues such as implementation costs, loss of State revenues, legal issues, and competing priorities examined during the ENS pilot tests will be discussed, as well as the next steps toward attaining national deployment.
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