Blog: ELD

How we solved the unidentified trips problem

How we solved the unidentified trips problem

Under the ELD mandate, once a vehicle reaches a speed of 5mph, if the driver hasn’t logged in, it will register as an unidentified trip. Previously, with paper logbooks, this wasn’t an issue. But because an ELD records every single trip, that’s a new administrative...
Why independent verification matters

Why independent verification matters

Like the majority of ELDs on the market, the device you’ve chosen may be self-certified. What does that mean for you? It means your provider has certified themselves that their product meets the requirements, and registered the solution with the FMCSA by providing...
AOBRD vs. ELD: what’s the difference?

AOBRD vs. ELD: what’s the difference?

Is the hardware you’re using for your AOBRD capable of meeting the more stringent requirements of an ELD? Take automated driving status, for example. Does it have the ability to be able to pick up speeds as low as 5mph? FMCSA requirements specify that an ELD must...