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In the United States, most commercial motor vehicles have to comply with the ELD mandate.
ELD is an electronic logging device used by the CMV (a mobile app for drivers) drivers to record driving time and HOS- Hours of Service automatically. Also, it captures the data on the attached vehicle engine, vehicle movement, and miles it is driven.
ELD support planning, indexing, random inspections, and fleet compliance.
ELD consists of a vehicle tracking device connected with the truck, fleet management software, and a mobile app.
To calculate the actual HOS – Hours of Service, ELD is merged with the vehicle engine to record the driving time. ELD establishes a direct connection with the vehicle’s engine. It automatically starts recording the driving activity and other information such as ignition status, location, engine hours, and total miles driven.
Collected data then send to the server where duty status logs are cerated and pushed back to the ELD mobile APP for the driver to view. Drivers can access their logging information from an ELD APP through their smartphone and tablet. The same data can also be viewed by the fleet and compliance manager, who monitors and analyzes compliance with ELD Reports, Maps, and more.
Well, the FMCSA does allow exemptions for the drivers who do not require to keep Records of Duty Status (RODS), and:
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ELD benefits for the carriers:
As ELD is wholly based on the open platform telematics technology, it extends more benefits: