Fleetmatics registers its ELD solution with FMCSA

Fleetmatics registers its ELD solution with FMCSA


After a comprehensive development and evaluation process, Fleetmatics has registered its Fleetmatics Reveal LogBook Electronic Logging Device (ELD) for Android solution with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). Commercial drivers who are currently required to maintain records of duty status (RODS) will be required to use an ELD to record Hours of Service (HOS) by Dec. 18, 2017.

Reveal LogBook ELD manages drivers’ RODS, enabling customers to easily record and store HOS information, and meets all technical specifications mandated by the FMCSA. Fleetmatics will also continue to support customers who monitor their FMCSA RODS and HOS regulations with the LogBook AOBRD-specific solution. Customers utilizing Reveal LogBook applications have access to 24/7 driver support. Fleetmatics Reveal LogBook ELD Edition is available now for download in the Google Play store.

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