Gorilla Safety to offer Spanish language on its ELD

Gorilla Safety to offer Spanish language on its ELD

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Gorilla Safety announced that its fully automated Electronic Logging Device (ELD) is now available in Spanish. According to the company, this will aid bilingual drivers who are more comfortable with Spanish as they seek to comply with the new FMCSA ELD rule.

“Gorilla Safety offers many ways for fleets, brokers, vendors and transportation companies to get ahead in the marketplace with our seamless and simple ELD solution. Offering it in Spanish will allow fleets to not only make even easier transitions to compliance but also attract more drivers,” said Mark Walton, Gorilla Safety’s co-founder and chief executive officer.“This is especially important as the industry anticipates continued driver shortages. We believe the great stride we’ve made here with our dual-language ELD will take the transportation industry closer to meeting the mandated requirements, and help to improve the overall safety of fleets.”

Read more about Gorilla Safety’s ELD solution here, and more on the ELD mandate in general here.

 

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