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BYLINE: Earle Eldridge
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration didn't have to wait the full 90 days to get the full range of heated opinion on electronic onboard recording devices from the trucking industry.
Two of the country's major trucking groups issued sharply different views of the agency's proposed new rule on EOBRs, setting out the fault lines on a plan that would change how safety regulators watch the trucking industry.
The FMCSA's proposal released this month would set standards for the recorders that monitor truck movement, encourage companies to use the devices and require chronic violators of work rules to install EOBR's on their equipment. …