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ELD Solutions Offers Half Price ELD Equipment to One20 Customers In Response to End of One20’s F-ELD Support June 18

ELD Solutions will offer One20 customers 50% off ELD equipment, effective immediately. This discount ranges from $99.50 to $149.50 off retail price per device, depending on what package is selected. To receive the discount, One20 customers should simply send their original invoice from F-ELD to sales@eldsolutions.com.

With the announcement of the TruckThat buyout, One20 customers could be left without ELD support by June 18 as the company looks for a solution. As a leader in excellent customer service, ELD Solutions will offer support to anyone looking to transition from the F-ELD to ELD Solutions ELD system with ease.

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Dedicated Device or BYOD: Find Out What ELD Solution Works Best for Your Fleet

One Size Doesn’t Fit All

The ELD mandate has been received with mixed feelings from drivers and fleet owners. Some of the feelings are frustration and confusion surrounding different ELD packages and plans. Although simplicity is always the goal, we find it more important to provide you options that fit your situation.

One of the questions we hear often is “Should I let drivers use their own devices or should I purchase a dedicated device for my ELD solution?” The truth is that this answer is different for everyone and it really comes down to what is important to you. Most often, we…

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Certifying Your ELD Logs: Why It's Important to Certify Your Logs Daily

FMCSA Requirements

According to the FMCSA, RODS should be signed and certified at the end of each 24-hour period. When using an ELD, it becomes even more important to follow this rule closely.

If a driver forgets to certify logs on a regular basis, you could risk losing that data. Uncertified logs are only kept in the system for 8 days. Certified logs, however, are kept for 6 months. Keeping logs certified and accurate will alleviate violations and lost logs.

How to Certify Your Logs on Your ELDS Device

It’s essential to make sure that your drivers know how to certify their logs…

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ELD Roadside Inspection Reference Guide: What to Do with Your ELD Solutions Device During an Inspection

Be sure to specify that your device is an AOBRD if you are using an AOBRD versus an ELD. Keep your device mounted until the officer asks to see your logs so that the officer can see that you have it mounted and visible to the driver. You are not required to email or print your logs if you are using an AOBRD. Your device display is sufficient. Just make sure that the officer can view the display outside of the cab. Put your device into “Roadside Inspection” mode. This mode will only show the data needed for the inspection and require a password to…

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December 16, 2019 ELD Deadline: How to Prepare Your Fleet

FMCSA Compliance Rule

Unless you live under a rock, you are well aware that paper logs have been replaced by electronic logging devices. The FMCSA has implemented a transition process that started December 2015 and is currently in “Phase 2”, in which electronic logs, namely ELDs, are the mandatory method of logging HOS. However, AOBRDs purchased before December 18, 2017 are grandfathered in as an acceptable solution until the next phase, “Phase 3”, which requires full compliance and the use of a registered ELD only.

As with any change, the good is sometimes accompanied by some bad, especially in the beginning when everyone is…

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