“I will be wrong again,” I stated last year before making my supply chain and logistics predictions for 2017, and I was right.

I was wrong, for example, about obstructive sleep apnea becoming the new debate in trucking; the debate ended before it really started after the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and Federal Railroad Administration withdrew their proposed rule to have rail workers and commercial motor vehicle drivers tested for obstructive sleep apnea. Meanwhile, the debate around electronic logging devices (ELDs) did not die down as I had predicted — in fact, it continues today (December 18, 2017), which is when the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will start enforcing the mandate.

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