Because you deserve it! New updates are here! v6.10 for web and v3.0 for mobile are now available!

v6.10 for web and v3.0 for mobile

We are not joking with this one! LionEight is proud to announce that our team has worked really hard in the previous period. We have upgraded both our mobile app and the web app. There are so many new and exciting features introduced in v3.0 for mobile and v6.10 for web applications. 

We introduced several new features, from scanning any type of document via our mobile app to having a prioritized list of drivers with unidentified driving statuses in our web app. 

Keep on reading to learn everything about these and much more! 

Mobile App Update

Scan

Scanning documents has never been easier! With our latest Scan feature, document scanning is done in one step. All you have to do is add the document, and our app does the rest because the documents are automatically scanned once this is done. LionEight knows how important time is and that’s why we’ve shortened the process for drivers as well. They can scan all types of documents as well with our latest feature.

Documents

Less is more and this is what we had in mind when working on the Documents feature. Adding a document, then having to go through various steps so you have it scanned and saved in the app is such a waste of time, right? That’s why LionEight ELD offers a shorter procedure. Once you scan a document, it gets added automatically. Other than taking photos or scanning the documents via phone, you can also add a photo from the gallery. Of course, multiple photo uploads are supported. 

Drivers can also upload fuel receipts by opting for the FUEL RECEIPT document type. This will be shown under Fuel Purchases on the web application as well.

Trailer Search

The Trailer icon has been added to the Dashboard. The users can now enter the Trailer ID in the field and the whole map and location of that trailer are going to be displayed in a dialog box after it has been correctly entered. With our sophisticated notification system, users will know if information, such as trailer GPS, is missing. This will improve the overall visibility as well as the whole process. 

Some other major improvements we’ve introduced are that the driver can now look for nearby TravelCenters of America on Stations Maps, as well as change the YM status to GREEN DRIVING in a matter of seconds when the truck is moving at a speed of more than 20 mph and the driver has been on the road for more than 5 minutes.

Web App Update

Unidentified Driving in Progress Prioritization 

Safety always comes first! The Vehicle card now provides access to the prioritized list of drivers with the Unidentified Driving in Progress status. Drivers with the longest status will be placed at the top of the list, so they can’t be missed. Once they get there, you can contact them right away and be sure everything is in order. By responding quickly, you will be able to both increase the safety of everyone on the road and avoid inspections.

Maintenance

Process automation is one of the most important steps toward having the most efficient device on the market. LionEight puts a stop to adding the last connected drivers manually in the Maintenance, Service section. With this feature, after creating new repairs we will automatically fill out the last connected driver. So, you will have information about all repairs and the process of creating them will be much much faster. 

Another improvement is that aside from two existing filters in the Maintenance Upcoming section (Filter By Schedule Type and Filter Due In), the latest addition is the possibility to Filter Them by Assets. This allows you to filter everything by status (both active and deactivated vehicles). 

We’re constantly working on developing new features and updating the existing ones to keep up with the market and our customers’ needs. Thank you for choosing LionEight! Contact our team and get a free trial today.

New features are here: update v6.8 is live! 

Great news incoming! As always, LionEight is working hard to assure a smooth user experience. Our latest update was created with the idea to help companies save time and money. We introduced two new features: Maintenance Ongoing and the updated Unidentified Driving in Progress featureTo learn more, keep reading!

Maintenance Ongoing

 

The main feature of the 6.8 update is the advanced Maintenance feature. This new feature was based upon the most recent specialized software for equipment management and was specifically tailored to fit the fleets’ needs.

What separates this particular feature from others is its Maintenance Ongoing section. Namely, with this, LionEight offers a possibility to have an overview of all repairs in progress statuses. 

You will have three possible scenarios in front of you: Open Repairs, In Progress Repairs, and Resolved Repairs. All of this will be available in one place, just one click away. This means that you will be able to easily track everything, without worrying about missing a maintenance date, for instance. 

Additionally, we automated communication between drivers and an authorized service repairs technician (Assignee), as well as the option to add photos in order to visually show the fault in question.

One of the most significant improvements of this feature is the updated History tab. We have added a detailed overview of all the necessary repair information. With it, you will have a summary of all previous repairs. The biggest benefit of this particular novelty is that our users can also sort out each repair based on its price, which can be especially useful for fleet managers and maintenance managers. Most importantly, they will have an overview of total costs at the company level. This ensures transparency and a possibility of planning in advance as well as saving money based on the calculations we have done for you. 

Unidentified Driving in Progress

 

The Unidentified Driving in Progress feature is now even better! Up until now, you’ve been able to filter a vehicle’s status by the following: Idling, In Motion, ELD Unplugged, Stationary, and Vehicle with Faults. Knowing how important spotting unidentified driving in progress is, we improved the search filters. Adding the time span option of the unidentified driving in progress status enables you to see for how long a vehicle has been in motion without the ELD being connected. With LionEight ELD you will stay up to date and make data-driven decisions by reducing Unidentified Driving events in the future.

We’re constantly working on developing new features and updating the existing ones to keep up with the market and our customers’ needs. Thank you for choosing LionEight! Contact our team and get a free trial today.

3 Most Common HOS Violations and How to Prevent Them

 Most Common HOS Violations

According to CRS reports, up to 20% of bus and large truck crashes in the U.S. happen due to drivers being tired while driving. The Hours of Service (HOS) rule was created with the drivers’ safety in mind. It should regulate the maximum amount of time drivers spend driving and make sure they are resting when needed. 

Overlooking HOS rules can cause serious consequences, from expensive fines and violation points to revoking your license. If drivers want to keep their CSA score as impeccable as possible, being in line with these rules is a must. 

Fortunately, there are a few easy procedures that can greatly comply with HOS regulations. Best of all, it may frequently be done affordably and easily. In this blog post, we’ve chosen some of the most typical HOS violations and offered ways of preventing them. 

1. Driving Beyond Time 

Being on the road is not as easy as it may seem to some people. Drivers have a lot of things on their minds during a working day, from staying alert to keeping their carriage safe. This may result in drivers losing track of time and driving long hours which can cause frequent accidents. 

The FMCSA established the 14-hour duty period rule to help prevent fatigued drivers. However, keeping track of the hours spent on duty can sometimes be an issue for drivers, since their day-to-day job requires a lot of focus and alertness. If drivers go over this time span while on duty, they violate the HOS regulations, and nobody wants that. 

Setting an alarm each day at the start of a shift is an effective way to prevent this HOS violation. But, if we take into consideration the number of things a driver must do in a day, this can be a bit annoying. It is highly likely that a driver will forget this task. So, an even better way to avoid driving beyond time is to have an overview of your hours on duty using an electronic logging system. 

2. Form and Manner Violations 

The majority of HOS violations fall under Form and Manner Violations (up to 75%). These violations include various tasks that are supposed to be done in order to complete driver’s logs for the day. Having so many things to keep track of during a day can be exhausting and drivers can easily forget some of them. Skipping even one rule can result in CSA points going up, resulting in high-risk drivers. Precisely because of this, it is very important to prevent these violations.

Avoiding Form and Manner violations is quite easy, actually. Basically, keeping your paperwork as detailed as possible so your logs look neat is the first thing to do. Of course, finding an efficient ELD with all the necessary options will also help your team and its needs.

3. Missing Previous 8 Days’ Logs 

Last but not least, drivers should not exceed 70 hours of driving during 8 consecutive days. The logs showing this must always be in order during roadside inspections. Failing to provide a record is a serious violation. Missing the record of duty status results in out-of-service violations in about 86 percent of cases, and it can also impact your Safety Score.

Educating drivers might be a good solution to avoid these penalties. But an even better option is obtaining an electronic device that makes having logs always at hand much easier.

Finding an ELD that covers all aspects can be challenging but not impossible. A comprehensive ELD, such as LionEight, is a good solution. It provides a precise, in-built notification system that notifies drivers periodically and helps them keep track of the time left until the end of the 14-hour duty period. LionEight ELD also offers an overview of all logs and hours of service on the device dashboard. It is very accessible and user-friendly so it won’t create any confusion. This will help drivers be sure they are not close to violating HOS rules and keep their CSA score under control. 

Conclusion 

HOS rules may seem like something that can cause a lot of anxiety or even be boring to monitor. However, they exist with the most important thing in mind: drivers’ safety. Because of this, complying with them should be one of the top priorities on the road. If drivers want to avoid having their license revoked or increasing their CSA score, they should do their best to not go above the 14-hour on-duty period. 

Fortunately, HOS violations can be easily prevented with an ELD device. We hope that our blog will help you avoid severe penalties and stay safe on the road. If you have any doubts, feel free to contact us

4 Most Common Roadside Violations and How to Prevent Them

 

Roadside inspections can often be daunting or annoying to a majority of truckers. Violations found during the checks can bring a lot of consequences, ranging from fines to increased safety scores.  In addition, violations are marked in drivers’ PSP and might make finding a job in the future difficult.  But it doesn’t have to be that bad. Preparing drivers for successful roadside inspections will minimize the chances of violations. This will keep them safe from accidents, build a safety culture, and keep their safety score low. To help you with this, we’ve picked some of the most common violations found during roadside inspections, along with tips on how to prevent them. Hope it helps!

1. Form and Manner Violations

Form and manner violations are one of the most common violations found during roadside inspections. Interestingly, they make up 75% of all Hours of Service (HOS) violations and 25% of all violations in general.  While they won’t lead to the Out of Service Order (OOS), they will result in increased Compliance, Safety, and Accountability (CSA) points. This basically means your safety score will go up, and you’ll be identified as a high-risk commercial motor carrier. Repercussions will follow. Sergeant Farnsworth, an officer with the Iowa Department of Transportation’s motor vehicle enforcement division, says: “Form and Manner violations are the most common violations we see. One of the advantages that a carrier and driver have by using electronic logs is the elimination of form and manner violations — missing dates, total miles, locations, and such. Electronic logs have the ability to do this automatically and they carry over information from one day to the next when a driver is hauling the same cargo. Additionally, in some cases, electronic logs eliminate the driver not having their logbook current to their last change of duty status. Electronic logs will automatically record driving time for the driver and if the truck stops, it will ask the driver if he/she is ‘on-duty’ for such things as loading or fueling, or if he/she is ‘off-duty’ or ‘sleeper berth’ for a break.”

How to Prevent Form and Manner Violations?

As you can see, this type of violation is easily prevented by updating entries regularly. Attention to detail is key here.  For example, instead of using abbreviations such as ‘’LA, California’’, drivers have to use full names, ‘’Los Angeles, California’’. It might seem insignificant, but overlooking these details could cost them a form and manner violation.  Additionally, drivers are advised to update their logs during their 30-minute mandatory break. This is because the log needs to be up-to-date with when a driver started driving, or with the last RODS change. When a driver pulls in for an inspection, these details will be inspected, so keeping track of them and updating them regularly is crucial.  With the mandated use of ELDs, updating the form and manner data has become easier. Make use of it! The good thing is that some ELDs, such as LionEight, have an elaborate notification system that will consistently ping drivers to remind them they need to add the missing data and certify their log. Only when all the details have been added, drivers will be able to continue with their work.

2. Missing ELD Instruction/Transfer Manual

Another quite frequent violation drivers and carriers come across during roadside inspections is a missing ELD instruction and transfer manual.  ELD mandate demands that drivers have a copy of their ELD instruction manual and instructions on how to use the ELD to transfer logs to law enforcement. These should always be with them in the cab of the vehicle, either in the electronic form or printed out.  If drivers can’t find them or access them on their ELD device, it will lead to violations.

How to Prevent Missing ELD/Transfer Manual Violations?

Fortunately, this type of violation is easily preventable.  Printing out an ELD instruction or a transfer manual is quick and easy. In addition, many ELD providers such as LionEight build these electronic versions into ELD devices. That way, they will be instantly available on all devices.

3. Faulty Brakes

According to some sources, the brake system is the number one vehicle-related violation. In addition to this, it is the #1 reason for an Out of Service (OOS) order.  For example, during the Roadcheck inspections in 2017, 41.4% of vehicles (7,743 vehicles) were placed out of service because of brake-related violations. In 2016, of the 18,385 vehicles inspected during the Brake Inspection Week, 2,426 vehicles showed out-of-service braking system violations. In 2015, the results were similar.  An out-of-service declaration due to a braking system inspection is expensive, inconvenient, and will negatively affect your fleet’s CSA score.

How to Prevent Faulty Brake Violations?

Firstly, make sure your maintenance procedures fully embrace the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) Rule 396.17 on braking performance. Then, to inspect and correct any anomalies in the braking system, make sure to check:

1. Brake adjustment, either manually or with automatic slacks, to ensure their rate of travel is at the proper distance
2. Anti-lock brake warning light operation
3. Air hoses and tubing, preferably with the brakes applied
4. All hardware, ensuring it is in place and secure
5. The thickness of linings and drums
6. No presence of air leaks
7. The proper operation of the low-air warning system

Another element that’s often overlooked is balance. In a tractor-trailer application, the balance may be crucial in brake operation.  Finally, for faulty brakes, and also for various other vehicle-related problems, you can use ELD data and alerts. LionEight offers advanced solutions such as Maintenance Schedule and Vehicle Diagnostics which can help. Maintenance Schedule provides smart maintenance schedules and sends timely notifications. Vehicle Diagnostics lets users know about Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) as soon as it’s detected and sends detailed information on each fault code. That way, drivers are immediately referred to a mechanic in order to remove it. As you can see, there are many ways to track and prevent violations. By following these tips, we’re sure you’ll prevent faulty brake violations and avoid harsh punishments.

4. Seatbelt and Speeding Violations

Some of the most common violations found during roadside inspections include seatbelt and speeding violations.  Generally, drivers don’t like using a seatbelt and even try to snap it in place the moment they arrive at the inspection line. But this is often too late, as they’ve already been captured on video.   Speeding is another common violation which increases the chance of a crash and the severity of a collision.

How to Prevent Seatbelt and Speeding Violations?

LionEight ELD can create a special Speeding Alert, based on which your company will be alerted when a vehicle goes above the speed limit that has been set for it. This will help you gather the data you need. Then, you need to work with your fleet to establish some rules and boost trust. Be aware that not using a seatbelt and speeding fall under dangerous behavior. It can not only cause violations and penalties but also put human lives in danger.  The best way to prevent this risky behavior is to adopt a formal program that will educate and evaluate drivers in your fleet. You’ll be able to correct risky behavior and reward safe drivers.

Conclusion

There’s a variety of violations, both driver and vehicle-related, that can carry serious consequences. Some of them include fines ranging from $1,000 to $10,000, depending on the severity. Others can place drivers out of service or get them suspended. Finally, a lot of violations will have a negative impact on safety scores.  But all of them can be easily prevented through the use of an ELD and dedicated work with your tracking team.  We hope that tips from this blog post will help you establish rules and checklists to avoid penalties and ensure a smooth ride, every time. If you need any help, don’t hesitate to contact us

Update v6.3 is live

New updates are here! In addition to the brand-new mobile app we’re particularly excited about, we’ve included route details, GPS and route statuses on the dashboard, rating options, and a more comprehensive driver overview.

Read on to discover the details!

Mobile App for Fleets

 

All the great features that make our web app so comprehensive and useful are now available on mobile too. The functionalities and real-time data flow remain the same. But the mobile app will give our users more flexibility: they’ll now be able to keep track of their fleet at any time and any place. This option is available for both Android and iOS users.

Performance Rating

 

Drivers, brokers, and dispatchers will now be able to rate each other’s performance once a load is completed. This will be done either through an email or through the app itself. This option will give team members more clarity and transparency around processes and collaboration. It’ll help them easily spot areas of improvement and share positive feedback, which can strengthen relationships and positively impact company culture.

Route Breakdown

 

Location History can now display a route breakdown for each selected day for each driver. The Location History report will let fleet managers see all stops a driver made, as well as their time and location. The distance made in-between the stops will also be visible. This feature will increase transparency and help fleet managers organize drivers’ time appropriately.

New Dashboard Filters: GPS and Route Status Filters

 

On the dashboard, the GPS filter will now display vehicles and trailers. The Route Status filter (On time, Possible delay, Late), will open up the Dashboard view on the map, showing driver data: his location, if he’s on time or late, and similar. Like the previous feature, this one will also help trucking teams increase transparency and improve time management.

Additional Driver Details

 

This view on the Dashboard will provide a detailed driver and vehicle rundown. The details include driver status, location, odometer data, engine hours, driver’s phone number and email, which company he belongs to, and similar. No more research and connecting the dots – with this functionality, you’ll get the right information within seconds.

Hours of Service Breakdown

 

In the log, you can now see how much time a driver spends on each status. This means the remaining hours for driving, how many hours there are until the end of the shift, and until a complete cycle. This information is already visible on the driver dashboard, but it has also been added to the log overview for the convenience of other team members.

Safety Scorecards

 

Fleet managers can now use this feature to track vehicles’ and drivers’ important events such as hard braking, hard turns, hard acceleration, idle time, and speeding. This information will help fleet managers spot areas of improvement and work with drivers to improve safety on the road.

Roadside Inspection Notification

 

From now, Fleet managers will be getting notifications for each roadside inspection.

Compliance

 

On the menu on the left, the folder Compliance has been updated and reorganized. It now contains Logs, Hours of Service, Safety Scorecards, and Roadside Inspections.

Stations

 

In addition to Love’s and Pilot & Flying J, Travel Centers of America has been added to the list of Stations.

What’s New

 

Software updates are very significant because they keep the app running smoothly. LionEight ELD app is constantly improving and introducing new features. This is why knowing when new features and software updates are available is important. 

With the “What’s New” section, users can rest assured that they will not forget to check out the latest features, improvements, and bug fixes. Every new update will be shown in the upper right corner, below the header. 

Documents Management

 

The “Documents Management” feature shows the list of uploaded documents by Fleet Managers. In the “Type” dropdown menu users can choose between different types of documents: Bill of Landing, Scale Ticket, Accident Photos, or Other. 

A lot of time will be saved by not having to search for important documents in physical form thanks to this feature that makes them all instantly accessible with just one click. 

Along with the new features, we are proud to announce that we have upgraded the LionEight ELD server to work up to NINE times faster! Thanks to this, the data loadings will be much much faster and it will enable the wait times to be shorter.

We’re constantly working on developing new features and updating the existing ones to keep up with the market and our customers’ needs. Thank you for choosing LionEight! Contact our team and get a free trial today.

Advanced, user-friendly ELD solutions: New updates are here!

v6.0

LionEight continues to develop and enhance our ELD software to help trucking teams stay compliant and organized. We’re excited to announce new updates to our app. Version 6.0, effective April 13, 2022, includes the following:

Roadside Inspection

 

A new tab that automatically detects and adds all new roadside inspections. It is also possible to add inspections manually.

Allow user to create a customizable DVIR report

 

Easily create custom DVIR forms and choose which fields are required or editable.

Search by “Trailer ID”

 

We’ve enabled search by Trailer ID for a quick connection between the driver and the asset. In the Hours of Service section, you can now search by ‘’Trailer ID’’.

Set priority to fault code

 

Users can now change Fault Code priorities. This is done by navigating to the Maintenance tab -> Vehicles Faults. In the list, by clicking on a red circle, you’ll be able to open a dialogue box where you can change Fault Code priorities. This way, you will know which faults need to be resolved urgently.

Add new “Logs view” that shows the log for 8 days

 

Users will now be able to see logs for all 8 days on a single Daily driver log view. This feature can be accessed by clicking on Logs Tab, choosing a driver’s name, and then clicking on the Options button in the upper right corner (the button with the arrow). 

Speeding alert

 

A new type of alert, ‘’Excessive Speed’’, is available. A company will be alerted when a vehicle goes above the speed limit that has been set for it. To check this, navigate to Admin tab -> Alerts -> Add Alert. When you check the Excessive Speed in the Alert Type field, the Assets or Drivers dialogue box will be open. In it, users will be able to set a defined speed limit for a particular vehicle.

Fuel purchases

 

Users can now upload or manually add all fuel purchases to our app. The cost will be calculated in both dollars and gallons. This can be done in the new ”Fuel” tab on the left of the screen. This feature will help trucking teams increase transparency around fuel expenses and manage finances successfully.

Weather

 

On the dashboard’s map, users are now able to view the weather in the entire USA. No matter the cold, rain, tornadoes, or heat waves, our app will help trucking team members plan ahead and be aware of potential disruptions.

Maintenance repairs

 

It is now possible to add any sort of ”one-time” repair by navigating to History -> Add repair. Trucking teams will be able to access all repairs for all trucks in the fleet, which provides a comprehensive insight into the state of vehicles and helps with better organization.

For more details on how to use new updates, check out the video below.

 

We’re constantly working on developing new features and updating the existing ones to keep up with the market and our customers’ needs. Thank you for choosing LionEight! Contact our team and get a free trial today. 

What should you know about IFTA?

IFTA Reports

Everyone in the trucking industry has heard about IFTA. It makes certain processes easier and saves everyone a great deal of time and paperwork. But what is IFTA and how exactly does it affect the trucking industry? Find out more in the article below.

What is IFTA?

 

IFTA or International Fuel Tax Agreement is an agreement between all US states except for Alaska, Hawaii, the District of Columbia, and the 10 Canadian provinces.

This pact applies to commercial motor vehicles used for business purposes. By using a single fuel tax license, IFTA allows reporting and paying taxes for fuel consumption across several different states/provinces, even when the carrier operates in multiple jurisdictions.

This way, it helps trucking companies to cut skyrocketing administrative costs every year.

Each trucking company needs IFTA. 

 

The requirements are that a company is based in a member jurisdiction, operates across two or more member jurisdictions, or operates a qualified motor vehicle.

How does IFTA work?

 

An IFTA report should be sent every quarter, no matter whether you haul and buy fuel or not.

For this report, you need the total miles driven in all jurisdictions, all relevant trip information, and of course, you should keep fuel receipts from the state or province where you purchased it.

The base jurisdiction checks if the fuel taxes are paid proportionately to each jurisdiction. You will find out if you owe money into your IFTA or a refund is owed to your account. If there are taxes that are owed, you should make a payment to your base jurisdiction and it will redistribute that money to other jurisdictions.

To avoid penalties, you need to send your IFTA every quarter. Check the deadlines:

Q1: April 30

Q2: July 31

Q3: October 31

Q4: January 31

In case you need help with reporting, LionEight is here for you. 

3 reasons to automatize IFTA with us

1. Simplified fuel tax reporting

We automate the calculation process for you. We keep all the necessary data for IFTA reports with our ELD devices, which eliminates human errors and ensures accurate reporting.

2. AI-based IFTA calculation

Be sure the IFTA report calculates miles traveled during the unplugged event on the ELD device. The unplugged miles are added to the total distance and distance traveled in each state with our AI calculation solution.

3. Save days of administrative work

Fleet managers can now save several days of administrative work per month with automated IFTA reports. With us, you will have accurate and reliable IFTA reports in just a few clicks, no matter the number of vehicles in your fleet. 

Make IFTA reporting easier – contact our sales team instantly and get rid of the administrative burden right now.

Be unbeatable on the road: New updates to boost your fleet productivity and drivers safety

We are delighted to introduce a new version of ELD Rider – 4.0.0. Lioneight is bringing you some exciting updates that will increase fleet efficiency. Find out about the latest features and improvements in our blog below.

Keep an eye on vehicles and trailers with GPS

Your customers can easily track vehicles and trailers with GPS devices. No more concerns about late arrival time. Broker can monitor the driver’s vehicle in real time with vehicle status and current location. Your links are safe. Fleets can choose expiration dates and easily delete links if necessary.

New ways to monitor violations in real time

Be better prepared for audits with the new update. Fleets can resolve violations on the fly. You can track all types of violations and form and manner errors directly from the dashboard. Widgets display information in real time. Hover your mouse on the number of errors and get a list of violations your driver has.

This improvement is for: large companies.
Benefits:
-Monitor violations in realtime;
-Be prepared for audits;
-Resolve violations on time.

 

Download Logs Optimization

Now it is easier for multi-company to manage and download driver logs. User-friendly interface allows fleet to download up to 3000 logs with one click. You don’t need to uncheck all deactivated drivers. With all active options we simplify your search.

This feature is for:  multi-company users.
Benefits:
-faster downloading;
-reduces the search time;
-increase fleet productivity while working on logs.

 

Manage trips more efficiently

Monitor driver trips and manage unidentified driving efficiently. With  a user-friendly interface, you can assign Unidentified driving directly from the log. A click on the Unidentified line opens the assign dialog. The fleet can fill the required fields and do the assignment within a minute. If you want to re-assign some driving, click on the trip line under the log and re-assign dialog displays.

In the Trips tab, there are two new columns: Start and End odometer. Any time fleet can track the number of odometers and distance that the driver traveled. Organize trips more efficiently.

This improvement is for: companies with a lot of trips and co-drivers.
Benefits:
-save fleet manager time;
-help to organize trips wisely;
-assign and re-assign faster.

Tell ‘No more’ to keeping a bunch of bills

It is important to keep an eye on vehicle health because it is affecting driver safety. Fleet takes care of monitoring and resolving maintenance schedules. We all know that maintenance costs have a great influence on business. To avoid skyrocketing costs, you can easily monitor and add bills at the Maintenance History tab.

This improvement is for: companies with a lot of vehicles.
Benefits:
-Keep bills under control;
-Easily access all maintenance paperwork.

Start using an ELD-rider and get an ELD solution meeting the highest FMCSA standards. Learn about our features that will help you to grow your business faster. Contact our team and get a free-trial today!