When paired with fleet tracking software, motor carriers can improve safety, efficiency and reduce costs across their fleet operation.
TN360 offers more than just ELD compliance. Our approach is to help you implement digital processes to manage compliance across your fleet, including pre-trip inspections and IFTA:
Monitor driver behavior and create driver risk profiles through advanced driver analytics to improve fleet safety. View patterns of harsh driving behaviors, including braking, acceleration and cornering. Take your solution to the next level with integrated dashboard cameras, which use artificial intelligence (AI) to provide real-time audible alerts and driver coaching. View second-by-second HD replays of incidents on and off the road and eliminate he-said, she-said insurance claims.
TN360 offers fleet managers a technology ecosystem that connects teams and provides real-time information via a suite of mobile applications. Features, such as job management, dispatch, real-time communication, document management, insights and detailed analytics can boost your fleets productivity.
We have upgraded and changed the products we use several times and would not think of going to anyone else for GPS and E-logs!
- Reliable Recovery Services
I've always said we have fantastic drivers, but with the cameras I now see how truly incredible their defensive driving skills are.
- P&B Transportation, Inc
My boss and I can be in office and see who's where and whether they are getting to their destination on time. It makes my job a whole lot easier.
- Navajo DOT
What is ELD? What does my ELD record? Is ELD Mandatory? We have the answers to your most pressing questions and more.
An electronic logging device (ELD) is an in-cab tablet or other mobile device used to track data regarding the movement and operation of a vehicle and its driver. It records driver hours (HOS) and keeps a record of duty (RODS). The United States Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration specifies that ELD use be mandatory for all vehicles covered under this legislation by Dec. 16, 2019.
ELDs capture and transmit a large volume of vehicle and driver data, including:
Yes, as of December 2019, most commercial vehicles are required to use electronic logging devices, including those that previously used Automatic Onboard Recording Devices (AOBRDs). To learn more about which vehicles need ELD, read our article: What vehicles must be DOT compliant?
The ELD rule:
A motor carrier must either explain why the time is unassigned or assign the time to the appropriate driver. The motor carrier must retain unidentified driving records for at least six months as a part of its hours-of-service (HOS) ELD records and make them available to authorized safety officials.