Not only is it useful knowing location, routes, stoppage times and engine idling. But keeping up with the increasing changes, regulations and electronic requirements the Department of Transport and its divisions like the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and its Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) initiate requires Electronic logging devices (ELDs).
The current deadline for all commercial vehicle drivers to have ELD devices is set for December 18, 2017 unless drivers already employed Automatic on-board recording devices (AOBRDS) prior to the ELD mandate of December, 2015. This exemption allows drivers an extra two years, to switch to ELDs by December 16th, 2019.
Some of the benefits of employing ELDs for automated logs are, speed of recording, reducing human error, no longer having to stop and fax at fuel stops. Easier scheduling between fleet managers and drivers, more accurate overtime and payroll and increased efficiency in vehicle inspection and reports to name a few.
100% Web-based no software downloads and can be viewed from any iPhone, Android, Tablet or PC as long as you have access to the internet.
Real Time GPS locations 24/7/365
Turn by turn location updates
View stops, parked locations & durations in Satellite or Google Maps street view
Risky Driver Behavior Alerts (speeding, fast acceleration, harsh braking, Engine Idling)
Additional Text & Email Alerts (GPS Tracker has been disconnected, After hours driving, leaving designated areas, job sites.)
Vehicle maintenance alerts based on days or mileage driven.
Monitor fuel costs to help find discrepancies
No contract or cancellation fees.
- ELD (Electronic Logging Device)
- HOS (Hours of Service)
- ROD (Record of Duty)
- DVIR (Driver Vehicle Inspection Reports)
- IFTA (International Fuel Tax Agreement)