Electronic Logging Device (ELD)

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Electronic Logging Device (ELD)

According to a new mandate pushed by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), starting on December 18th, 2017, paper logs for Hours of Service Reporting (HOS) will no longer suffice and  FMCSA will start enforcing the regulation that will require  ALL commercial motor vehicles involved in interstate commerce to have an Electronic Logging Device (ELD) in order to comply with – Part 395, 49 CFR 395.8(a). Failure to do so, will result in multiple fines, penalties and eventually the suspension of commercial driving privileges of your fleet!

How could our ELD Solution improve your business?

  • Avoid fines during roadside inspections by achieving violation-free logs
  • Help reduce fuel costs by giving insight to least fuel efficient vehicles
  • Prevent breakdowns through engine data that help spot issues before they cause a problem on the road
  • Incentivize low idling and on time delivery to save your company money
  • Keep your fleet moving – comply with new FMCSA ELD requirements
  • Improve road safety by Reducing unexpected vehicle accidents

Don’t’ be a statistic – More than $150 million in HOS fines since the beginning of 2017

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What is the new FMCSA ELD Mandate?

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) & Department of Transportation (DOT) – requires that all commercial drivers who log their Hours of Service (HOS) manually, must upgrade to an electronic logging device.

  • Save time & money by eliminating paperwork
  • Prevent driver harassment
  • Help increase productivity
  • Maximize drive time with fewer and shorter inspections
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What is an ELD?

An Electronic Logging Device (ELD) attaches to a commercial motor vehicle in-order-to synchronize with the engine on-board computer to record vehicle movements and critical data.

  • Our ELD automatically & accurately records:
  • Driving & Idle Time
  • Ignition & Power Status
  • Vehicle Movements
  • Total Miles Driven in each jurisdiction and state – for IFTA purposes
  • Detects and reports any vehicle malfunctions, faults or maintenance issues – for DVIR

Who is exempted?

  • Short-Haul Operators

  • Use Record of Duty Status (RODS) less than 8 days during a 30-day period

  • Drive-away & tow-away operators

  • Operation in which vehicle or recreational vehicle constitutes the commodity being delivered

  • Truck models built before the year 2000

Who is affected by mandate?

  • All commercial vehicles in the USA

  • Vehicles entering the USA from Mexico & Canada

  • Over 3 million drivers affected