Implementation Guide

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Nov 11, 2022

Overview

NOTE: Use of the Geotab Drive App and Geotab’s ELD solution elements outside of the manner in which they are presented in this document and associated documentation may not be compliant with Hours of Service and or ELD regulations. Please reach out to your Geotab Reseller or Support for questions.

The purpose of this document is to provide all the information necessary for successfully deploying a customer’s Hours of Service. This document is split into several sections:

Step 1 — Background

Review this section for details on the ELD Mandates in both USA and Canada, Hours of Service, Rulesets, Frequently Asked Questions, and more.

Step 2 — Pre-Deployment Steps

Start at this step for Basic ELD Implementation (USA and Canada).

This section covers the steps you should take before purchasing mobile device hardware or deciding on a GO device for your needs. It also covers how to set up mobile devices, installing GO devices, and optional hardware.

! IMPORTANT: The use of Cloud ELD is largely the same in both USA and Canada despite the differences in each Country’s ELD mandate. Implementation or differences in use are noted in the respective guides. Please follow the steps in Step 2 and 3 whether implementing ELD in either country.

Step 3 — Deployment

This section completes the setup and deployment process of the ELD, including the setup of Vehicles, Trailers, and Drivers within the MyGeotab system. This section also looks at Training, Administration, and initial supervision of the ELD.

The Basic ELD Implementation is complete after finishing Steps 2 and 3.

Step 4 — Ongoing Supervision

This optional section covers the recommended steps to take to ensure proper use of the ELD system and compliance with the ELD mandate.

Step 5 — Troubleshooting

Review this section if you run into any issues or have questions.

Appendix

This section contains useful tools and tips for ELD use. It is recommended to review and follow the instructions for anything that may be relevant to your use cases.

Step 1 — Background

The documents in the sections below will help you understand the basics behind Hours of Service, ELDs, and compliance. Some sections contain videos that provide additional information on the aforementioned topics. It is critical that you go through this material and understand the various features of the system before progressing with the pilot or rollout.

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Understanding Hours of Service

The Driver’s Guide to Hours of Service provides an introduction to HOS, duty limits, and duty status logs.

The ABCs of Hours of Service

This video will help you understand what Hours of Service (HOS) are and why they’re required. It will walk you through the FMCSA’s 60-hour/7-day ruleset and how it works.

FMCSA Hours of Service Regulations

The regulations can be found here.

Canadian Hours of Service Regulations

The regulations can be found here.

Understanding the Mandates on ELDs

For information about ELDs, see the ELD Mandate presentation.

Understanding the USA ELD Mandate

This video will walk you through the ELD mandate in the United States of America, and will help you understand what an ELD is, why it is required, who is exempt from the ELD mandate, and what the required functionality of an ELD system must be.

2020 changes: Click here to learn more about the changes to Hours of Service implemented in September 2020 in the USA.

NOTE: These changes may not be reflected in some older Geotab training material.

Understanding the Canadian ELD Mandate

This video will walk through the similarities and differences between the USA and Canadian ELD mandates. There are far more similarities between the two Countries’ ELD mandates than differences.

Supported Rulesets Explained

The Hours of Service Ruleset Matrix document explains each ruleset and exemption supported by the Geotab system.

FAQ

Read all about the most commonly asked questions surrounding Hours of Service, the ELD Mandate from the FMCSA, and the Geotab Drive ELD solution here.

Cloud ELD Defined

This document explains how Geotab Drive works, including how the various parts of the system come together; in addition, this presentation can be useful when presenting to customers.

Understanding Geotab Drive

For more information, refer to the Administrator's Guide to the Drive App to learn about the basics of Geotab Drive and its interaction with MyGeotab.

ELD Certificate

Although not required by the FMCSA, Geotab has prepared an ELD certificate explaining what the Geotab Drive Cloud ELD product is self-certified to be compliant with.

The official documentation/proof of Geotab’s self certification in the USA with the FMCSA can be found on the ELD list from the FMCSA here. Geotab’s third-party certification in Canada with Transport Canada can be found on the ELD list from Transport Canada here.

Step 2 — Pre-Deployment Steps

The following steps detail the setup requirements for compliance with the ELD mandates in the USA and Canada. Please reach out to your Reseller for details and limitations of using Geotab Drive for compliance in other jurisdictions.

Geotab Drive - Compliance and Implementation Checklist: To help with the deployment process, use this checklist to make sure nothing is missed and your company is fully compliant. For further details concerning the HOS Pilot and Onboarding Plan, review this presentation.

This is an important step before deploying Geotab Drive to the entire fleet. Use the Fleet Setup Project Sheet to assist. Please follow the steps below:

  1. Review the cellular coverage maps to ensure the most reliable service possible for your customer's driving routes. Order devices (GO device and mobile device) with the most reliable service for those routes (not applicable to OEM devices).
  2. Know the mobile device hardware being used (make, model, OS version, etc.) and ensure that the appropriate settings are enabled as listed in Android & iOS Setup in the Driver's Guide to the Drive App.
  3. *Optional* Install a remote access application on the mobile device for troubleshooting purposes:
    1. Teamviewer QuickSupport is an app available on both Android and iOS platforms, which

allows for remote access.

  1. SOTI offers an MDM (Mobile Device Management) solution that allows administrators to remotely connect to mobile devices. It also provides the added benefit of restricting the tablet to only use allowed applications.
  • If the customer has an MDM solution on their mobile devices, request the latest APK and push to all devices.
  • We do not recommend using NFC keys to assign vehicles for HOS purposes.
  • It is recommended that the IOX-USB be used in conjunction with the GO device and the mobile device to ensure that your mobile device is receiving consistent power. Additionally if the fleet will operate for a large duration of time (>30mins) without cellular coverage (offline), IOX-USB is recommended as a wired solution for ELD data to transfer between the GO device and mobile device — this feature is Android + GO device only at this time.
  • Use the Harness Assessment Cheat Sheet to determine which harness is needed based on the vehicle’s VIN/Make/Model/Year, and Install the GO device as per installation instructions (3-wire installations are not compliant with ELD regulations). OEM Devices that are pre-installed do not require installation; however, please refer to the setup process for your specific OEM device.
  • Ensure that a mount for the mobile device is available for use in the vehicle. A portable ELD must be mounted in a fixed position and be visible to the driver from a normal seated driving position when the vehicle is in motion. For more information on this, review the ELD Rule section 395.22(g) (USA) and SOR 313, 77(1) (Canada). Please note that the mobile device must still be able to be viewed from the mount (or detached) during a roadside inspection.
  • Ask the customer if they want to enable data purging. The FMCSA and Transport Canada require that six months of driver logs must be kept. The FMCSA requires that three months of DVIR data must be available for audit, while Transport Canada requires 6 months. If desired, enable the purge settings within System Settings of the customer’s database (How to Purge data in MyGeotab).
  • NOTE: To learn more about data purging, please review the blog post How Long Does Geotab Keep My Data?

    1. Follow the Device (Android or iOS) setup and installation instructions in the Driver's Guide to the Drive App.
    2. Review the Driver Vehicle Inspection Report video.
    3. *Optional* Inquire if the customer requires their drivers to create logs for the ON duty status without being assigned to a vehicle. Educate them about the “No Vehicle” option within Geotab Drive for scenarios like this.
    4. *Optional* Ask the carrier if they have any existing time clock systems for their drivers to punch in and out. If so, ask if we can integrate with the system so that it creates an ON duty log when punching in and an OFF duty log when punching out. Check if a Geotab Marketplace solution already exists.
    5. Ensure that the following documents below will be available to drivers for the next step of the process. These must be kept within the cab of all the vehicles in hard copy or electronic form. Note the documents below are the same for both USA and Canada:
      1. Driver's Guide to Diagnostic and Malfunction Events [Spanish, French] (Must be printed or kept electronically and available in the cab as per the law. Applies to both USA and Canada)
      2. Driver's Guide to the Drive App [Spanish, French] (Must be printed or kept electronically and available in the cab as per the law. Applies to both USA and Canada)
      3. Driver's Guide to Roadside Checks [Spanish, French] (Must be printed or kept electronically and available in the cab as per the law. Applies only to inspections in the USA and Canada)

    NOTE: The three required documents can be found in the ELD Info Add-In on Geotab Marketplace in electronic format, which is allowed within the ELD mandates.

    Best Practice: Train drivers to log out of the Drive app at the end of the day.

    Step 3 — Deployment Processes

    1. Ensure that the following documents from Step 14 above are available to the driver. The following documents/hot sheets may also be of assistance, but are NOT required by law.
      1. Driver’s Guide to Hours of Service (Recommended)
      2. Driver’s Guide to Asset Inspection (Recommended)
    2. Follow the Vehicle, Trailer, and User Setup instructions in the Administrator’s Guide to the Drive App (full version) or the Administrator’s Guide to HOS (short version).
    3. Print either the Android Troubleshooting Guide or the iOS Troubleshooting Guide, depending on the hardware, and provide a copy to all the driver managers/supervisors. It is important for them to understand the common issues and how to resolve them.
    4. *Optional* Deploy to 5–10 drivers for 1–2 weeks as a pilot to understand the process steps before the full rollout. If the company decides to run Geotab Drive along with a paper logbook (where the logbook is the primary source of logs), ask the customer to have a letter for the DOT officer explaining this. Here is a template they can use.
    5. Bring all the drivers in to view the video playlist: Geotab Drive Overview.
    6. *Optional* Print copies of the Geotab Drive Driver’s Quiz and provide them to your drivers to ensure they are properly equipped to use the Geotab Drive app.
    7. Select your Carrier Admin users and review the relevant sections in the Administrator’s Guide to the Drive App. These users would usually be responsible for editing logs, managing unassigned logs, and other important administrative tasks.
    8. *Optional* If the customer would like to equip their vehicles with decals noting their drivers are using the Geotab Drive ELD solution, Resellers can use their co-marketing budget to purchase decals from Geotab. See the Co-Marketing details here. Decals are optional and are not required under any current ELD mandate.

    1. For the first 4–8 weeks, schedule weekly review meetings to keep all supervisors informed and to discuss any questions about the app. It is also recommended that administrators subscribe to the Geotab Drive (HOS & DVIR) Support Forum for the latest updates for Geotab Drive.
    2. *Optional* If the customer has Trailers, create a group called “Historic Trailers.” If a trailer needs to be removed from the system, all data associated with it (DVIR and Trailer attachment info) will be removed. If the customer wants to keep the historical information, they must move the trailer to this group before they deprecate it.

    Step 4 — Ongoing Supervision

    With the use of reports, your customer can monitor and review how their drivers are using the system. For additional reports, see the Reports section below.

    Daily Supervision

    Driver supervisors need to review the reports below to ensure the system is being used properly:

    TIP: Unidentified driving logs should also be monitored on a daily basis. For more details on how to view these logs, please review the Administrator's Guide to the Drive App and the Driver's Guide to the Drive App.

    Weekly Supervision

    1. Organize a weekly touch-base call with the customer.
    2. Fill out the Pilot Issues Tracksheet document.
    3. Driver supervisors need to review the reports below to ensure drivers are verifying their logs routinely:
      1. ELD: Unverified Logs (Email & Dashboard)
      2. ELD: Total HOS Violations by Reasons (Email or Dashboard)
      3. ELD: HOS Violations Cost (Email & Dashboard)
      4. ELD: Excessive Personal Conveyance (Email or Dashboard)
      5. ELD: OFF Duty to Drive Instances (Dashboard or Email)
      6. Small Fleet Driver Payroll Report (Bi-Weekly)

    Monthly Supervision

    Go through the monthly What’s New blog post and let your customers know about any new features added to the system.

    Step 5 — Troubleshooting

    If any issues arise during the pilot, please read through the following guides. If you’re still unable to find a solution, escalate the issue to Geotab Support.

    Android Troubleshooting Guide

    The Geotab Drive Android Troubleshooting Guide is designed to assist drivers who are experiencing issues with Geotab Drive on Android devices.

    iOS Troubleshooting Guide

    The Geotab Drive iOS Troubleshooting Guide is designed to assist drivers who are experiencing issues with Geotab Drive on iOS devices.

    Troubleshooting & Useful Info

    The Geotab Drive Troubleshooting & Useful Information Guide is designed to help Resellers troubleshoot Geotab Drive-related issues before escalating them to Geotab.

    Appendix

    Driver Guides

    Using the Drive App

    The Driver's Guide to the Drive App is a comprehensive, step-by-step guide on how to use the Drive App for maintaining Hours of Service compliance.

    HOS & Roadside Inspections

    The Driver’s Guide to Roadside Checks is a short guide for drivers if a roadside inspection is required.

    The Driver’s Guide to Hours of Service is a short HOS instruction guide for drivers to learn how to use the Hours of Service features in the Geotab Drive app.

    Asset Inspection (DVIR) Workflow

    The Driver's Guide to Asset Inspection is a short introduction for drivers to the Asset Inspection (DVIR) workflow within the Geotab Drive App.

    Administrator Guides

    Setting up the Drive App

    The Administrator's Guide to the Drive App is a comprehensive, step-by-step guide on how to set up the Drive App in the Fleet Management Application.

    Administrator’s Guide to Hours of Service (HOS)

    Before using Geotab Drive as an HOS solution, please ensure that you have followed the steps outlined in the Administrator's Guide to Hours of Service.

    Reports

    The reports below are split into two sections:

    1. Hours of Service
    2. Driver Vehicle Inspection Reports

    These reports are intended for dispatchers and Administrators to better understand their fleet and to use the system to its full capability.

    Hours of Service

    ELD: Number of Drivers Placed ON Duty (Dashboard)

    At the beginning of a pilot or rollout, drivers may forget to log in to the system before operating their vehicle. This report is intended to help you understand how many drivers are actively logging in to the system. This report is intended to capture the number of drivers that are placed ON duty daily. It is recommended that this report’s date range be set to Yesterday and the report refresh period be set to Daily.

    https://www.geotab.com/marketplace/custom-report/eld-drivers-placed-on-duty

    NOTE: This report only works well when drivers are proactive about logging in and out of the system daily. This report is not useful for carriers whose drivers remain logged in for multiple days at a time.

    ELD: Egregious HOS Violations Cost (Email & Dashboard)

    The FMCSA considers any driver who continues to drive for more than three hours beyond their driving limits as an egregious violator. The carrier can be fined up to $16,000, while the driver can be fined up to $3,750. This report captures any egregious hours of service violations that are longer than three hours and plots the total potential cost of these violations to your organization on a graph. It is recommended that this report’s date range be set to Previous 7 days and the report refresh period be set to Weekly.

    https://marketplace.geotab.com/solutions/egregious-hos-violations-cost-report/

    ELD: Excessive Personal Conveyance (Email or Dashboard)

    This report allows the carrier to see when drivers are abusing personal conveyance rules. The carrier is able to specify the value they consider to be excessive use of personal conveyance. By default, excessive use is set to be over 47 mi. or 75 km per driver. It is recommended that this report’s date range be set to Previous 7 days and the report refresh period be set to Weekly.

    https://marketplace.geotab.com/solutions/excessive-personal-conveyance-eld-report/

    NOTE: This report also has a version for Excessive Yard Move:

    https://marketplace.geotab.com/solutions/excessive-yard-move/

    Custom Report

    ELD: HOS Exemptions Report (Email or Dashboard)

    This report is intended for small fleets looking to monitor when drivers are utilizing exemptions such as adverse weather, 16-hour exemption, yard move, and WT(Waiting Time). It is recommended that this report’s date range be set to Yesterday and the report refresh period be set to Daily.

    ELD: HOS Driver Violation Alert (Email)

    Receive an alert (within 30 minutes) every time a driver drives in violation of their daily HOS limits and review the violations. It is recommended that this report’s date range be set to Previous hour and the report refresh period be set to Every 30 minutes.

    https://www.geotab.com/marketplace/custom-report/eld-driver-violations-alert/

    ELD: OFF Duty to Drive Instances (Dashboard or Email)

    This report lists all instances of a driver switching from the OFF duty status directly to the Drive status. Generally, drivers must first be in the ON duty status to perform a vehicle inspection before switching to the Drive status and driving their vehicle. This report will flag instances where the ON duty status was absent. It is recommended that this report’s date range be set to Last week and the report refresh period be set to Weekly.

    https://www.geotab.com/marketplace/custom-report/eld-off-duty-drive-instances/

    ELD: Total ELD Violations by Reasons (Dashboard)

    This report provides a snapshot of the current HOS violations within your organization. It is recommended that this report’s date range be set to This week and the report refresh period be set to Weekly.

    https://marketplace.geotab.com/solutions/hos-violations-eld-report/

    ELD: Unverified Logs (Email & Dashboard)

    This report lists the drivers who have not verified their logs. It is important to note that drivers only have up to 14 days to sign off on their logs. It is recommended that this report’s date range be set to Previous 14 days and the report refresh period be set to Every 2 weeks.

    https://www.geotab.com/marketplace/custom-report/eld-unverified-logs/

    ELD: Drivers Approaching Limit (Email)

    The purpose of this report is to alert (within 30 minutes) a manager or dispatcher when a driver is approaching one of their HOS limits. It is recommended that this report’s date range be set to Previous hour and the report refresh period be set to Every 30 minutes.

    https://marketplace.geotab.com/solutions/drivers-approaching-limit

    ELD: Advanced HOS Logs Report (Email or Report View)

    The Advanced HOS Logs Report is designed to allow administrators to view advanced details across their drivers’ Hours of Service logs. This ELD report is based off of the default Advanced HOS Logs Report within MyGeotab, but it includes additional details on drivers by groups and details the shipping commodities as well. It is recommended that this report’s date range be set to Previous 7 days and the report refresh period be set to Weekly.

    https://marketplace.geotab.com/solutions/advanced-hos-logs-report

    ELD: Diagnostics and Malfunctions (Email or Dashboard)

    The ELD Diagnostic & Malfunctions Report is designed to capture data diagnostic & malfunctions events by vehicle. This ELD report can be set up as an emailed or dashboard report within MyGeotab. The Summary tab provides a detailed view of data diagnostic & malfunctions events by vehicle and event counts. The Count tab provides a quick overview of the data diagnostic & malfunctions events by type. Similarly, the Graph tab provides a total count of all events. It is recommended that this report’s date range be set to Previous 30 days and the report refresh period be set to Weekly.

    NOTE: ELD diagnostic & malfunctions events follow the vehicle, not a user.

    https://marketplace.geotab.com/solutions/eld-diagnostics-malfunctions/

    Small Fleet Driver Payroll (Email)

    This report helps to accurately track the number of hours a driver clocks in and out through the use of Geotab Drive. It is recommended that this report be used as an e-mailed report for fleets with less than 50 drivers. It is recommended that this report’s date range be set to Last 14 days and the report refresh period be set to Last 2 weeks. This report is best viewed as a PDF.

    https://www.geotab.com/marketplace/custom-report/eld-small-fleet-driver-payroll/

    Driver Vehicle Inspection Reports

    DVIR: Alert Defects (Email)

    Receive an alert (within 30 minutes) every time there is a defect reported in a Driver Vehicle Inspection Report. Configure this report to be emailed to a manager. It is recommended that this report’s date range be set to Previous hour and the report refresh period be set to Every 30 minutes.

    https://www.geotab.com/marketplace/custom-report/dvir-defects-alert/

    Add-Ins

    To install the following Add-ins, click the Marketplace tab from the MyGeotab main menu, and search for the desired Add-in by name. Select the Install button, or manually add it to the database by following the steps in each link below.

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    Border Crossing Add-In (60-hour/7-day)

    Drivers who cross the USA-Canada border can install this Border Crossing Add-In to easily switch between the USA 60-hour/7-day and Canada Cycle 1 rulesets.

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    Border Crossing Add-In (70-hour/8-day)

    Drivers who cross the USA-Canada border can install this Border Crossing Add-In to easily switch between the USA 70-hour/8-day and Canada Cycle 1 rulesets.

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    Bulk Import Trailers

    Import your trailers in bulk into the MyGeotab system with this Bulk Import Trailers Add-In.

    Bulk Export Trailers

    Export your trailers in bulk from the MyGeotab system into a CSV with this Bulk Export Trailers Add-In. You will need to manually add this Add-In to the database.

    ELD Information Add-In

    The ELD Information Add-In provides instant, driver-friendly access to the Reseller Support Helpdesk. View the latest ELD information required for roadside inspections in accordance with §395.22 (h), or stream the latest How-to videos for Geotab Drive.

    ELD Settings Validator

    The ELD Settings Validator Add-In is a MyGeotab Add-In designed to help administrators view important driver and vehicle information necessary for roadside inspections. Verify that the driver and vehicle are set up correctly across your database. These details are necessary for error-free ELD data transfers at roadside inspections.

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    Fuel Tracker

    The Fuel Tracker Add-In helps Drivers add their Fill-Up information like Volume, Cost, and other pertinent information. Once the application has been added, ensure that the following clearances have been enabled for any driver using the application: “View fill ups and fuel transactions” and “Administer fuel transactions clearances to work.”

    Import HOS Logs Add-In

    The Import HOS Logs Add-In allows you to quickly import Hours of Service logs of drivers that were previously in another system to the MyGeotab portal.

    Ruleset Switcher

    The Ruleset Switcher is a MyGeotab Add-In designed to allow drivers and co-drivers to switch between any two rulesets within Geotab Drive. The changes are implemented immediately upon switching to the selected ruleset.

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    Short Haul Switcher (60-hour/7-day)

    With the Short Haul Switcher (60-hr/7-day) Add-In, drivers can easily apply and remove the Short Haul Exemption. This Add-In is for the 60-hour/7-day ruleset. For carriers interested in the 70-hour switcher, see the Short Haul Switcher (70-hr/8-day) Add-In.

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    Short Haul Switcher (60-hour/7-day) Big Day

    With the Short Haul Switcher (60-hr/7-day) Big Day Add-In, drivers can easily apply and remove the Short Haul Exemption. This Add-In is for the 60-hour/7-day ruleset with the 16 hour exemption.

    HOS Driver Summary

    The HOS Driver Summary is a MyGeotab Add-In designed to provide a summary report for driver HOS logs. With the ability to select the drivers and time periods included in the report, ensure you get exactly the data you need.

    Useful Tools

    Bulk Import Drivers

    The Import Driver tool allows you to import your drivers in bulk into the Geotab system.

    Kiosk Mode (Clock In & Out) Tool

    This Geotab Kiosk tool allows drivers to log themselves as ON duty or OFF duty at a kiosk. When the driver logs in to Geotab Drive, later in their day, this log will be present. This kiosk tool allows for more accurate logging and provides the company with a simple punch-in-punch-out system.

    Short Haul

    1. Use the following 150 Airmile Radius Zone Upload Template and use the Import Zones tool on MyGeotab to create a 150-air-mile-radius zone around the main office location.
    2. Create a rule to flag instances when the driver goes outside the 150-air-mile radius.
    3. Add driver feedback to send a text message to the administrator whenever the vehicle goes outside of the 150-air-mile radius.

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    Unassigned Logs

    Many carriers move their vehicles within their own yards overnight, whether for maintenance, cleaning, or loading. These moves are usually done by drivers who are ELD exempt, and won’t log into the ELD for short moves. However, the ELD will create unassigned logs for these movements (this is an ELD requirement). In order to help identify these moves and annotate them correctly, Geotab offers a feature, described in this blog.

    Geotab Drive How-to Videos and What’s New!

    For more helpful how-to videos, visit the Geotab YouTube Channel.

    Driver Videos

    Admin Videos

    How to Log in and Perform a DVIR

    How to Apply ELD System & Vehicle Settings

    How to View the Status & Graph Pages

    How to Add a Driver

    How to Edit Assets & Shipment Info

    How to View HOS Duty Status Logs

    How to Accept or Reject Log Edits

    How to Add Trailers

    How to Add Co-Drivers

    How to Add & Edit Driver Logs

    How to View Diagnostics & Malfunctions

    How to Manage Logs for Unidentified Drivers

    How to Manage Logs

    How to Identify Drivers for Unassigned Logs

    How to Apply Exemptions

    How to View HOS Availability

    How to Create a Compliance Report & Transfer Logs

    How to View HOS Violations

    How to Use Messaging

    How to Review DVIR Reports

    How to Log Out

    How to Create Custom DVIR Defects

    How to Use Messaging

    What’s New!

    Please refer to the What’s New section in the Product Guide to see new updates in the world of Geotab Drive and MyGeotab.

    ELD and Roadside Inspections

    This webinar was hosted by Officer Kimberly Hill, a Motor Carrier Inspector with the Indiana State Police. The video covers common questions you may have about the roadside inspection process, and also gives some helpful tips to make the inspection run smoothly.

    ELD and Roadside Inspections Part 1

    Continuing our webinar series with Officer Kimberly Hill.

    Getting in Gear for the Canada ELD Mandate. This webinar covers the differences and similarities between the Canadian and USA ELD Mandates.

    ELD and Roadside Inspections Part 2

    Getting in Gear for the Canada ELD Mandate

    Document Change Log

    Date

    Major Changes

    Added By

    August 2020

    New Add-ins listed

    ELD Team

    April 2021

    Updated Webinar and Blogs

    ELD Team

    Sept 2021

    Updated public links

    Technical Writing Team

    April 2022

    Updated the What’s New Section

    ELD Team

    May 2022

    Document formatting and edits

    LDT Learning Content Writer

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