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Compliance? We’ve Got You Covered

New regulations for electronic logging devices (ELDs) mandate the use of ELDs for records of duty status. So what does that mean for your fleet? Peace of mind. Because whether your fleet is comprised of heavy trucks or delivery vans, Geotab has everything you need to meet compliance.
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Why Geotab?

For more than 15 years, Geotab has brought its innovation, expertise and open platform technology to businesses of all sizes — including Fortune 500 companies and North America’s largest fleets. With 120+ engineers on staff, more than 650,000 devices in operation and 1 billion points of data collected daily, Geotab consistently ranks among the top leaders in technology innovation. We can help you meet compliance, optimize your fleet, increase productivity and much more.


Get the Facts on ELD

What's an ELD?

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) defines an electronic logging device (or ELD) as “technology that automatically records a driver’s driving time and other aspects of the hours-of-service (HOS) records.” Geotab Device Data Truck

What’s the ELD Rule?

According to the FMCSA, the ELD rule will “improve roadway safety by employing technology to strengthen commercial truck and bus drivers with hours-of-service regulations that prevent fatigue.

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ELD White Paper

Understanding the FMCSA’s Final Rule on ELDs

Get a comprehensive overview of ELDs and compliance for fleets.
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Geotab Drive: All-in-one Driver Compliance Solution

Discover how Geotab Drive goes the extra mile to help your fleet meet ELD regulations.

What You Can Expect:

Will the ELD Rule Affect Your Fleet?

The short answer is “yes.” Basically, the ELD rule applies to all CMV carriers operating across state lines. Also, drivers who maintain 8 or more days of duty status logs (out of 30 days) will require an ELD. However, there are exceptions for drivers who aren’t required to keep records of duty status (RODS), as well as drivers who use:

  • RODS for not more than 8 days during any 30-day period
  • Vehicles older than model year 2000
  • Driveaway/towaway vehicles — as long as they are part of the shipment

How Much Time Do You Have?

There are two specific implementation deadlines:

By December 18, 2017:
All affected motor carriers and drivers must use either an ELD or AOBRD (automatic on-board recording device).

By December 16, 2019:
All motor carriers and drivers subject to the rule must use only ELDs. For more information on compliance, please visit the FMCSA’s website.

Fleet Compliance Management:

Ready to Meet ELD Compliance? Look No Further than Geotab Drive.

When it comes to technology and staying compliant with regulations set forth by the FMCSA, it is essential to choose a partner to grow with. Learn how Geotab makes it easy to stay ahead of potential issues by bringing together telematics solutions that are easy to use with in-cab mobile connected device choices that make tracking a turnkey program.


Support and Resources

Want to learn more about ELD compliance, what it means for your fleet and
how Geotab can help? View the resources below.
ELD Blogs

What is an ELD?

Brush up on the basics of ELDs and discover how they can benefit your fleet.

ELD Exemptions: Frequently Asked Questions

Learn who is exempt from the ELD rule.

ELD Self-Certification: Is Geotab ELD Compliant?

What is ELD self-certification? The FMCSA requires manufacturers to register their own ELD devices and certify that they conform to the ELD final rule.

Quick Guide to the FMCSA’s ELD Mandate

Download this quick guide to electronic logging devices (ELDs).

E-logs: New Opportunities for Trucking

E-logs are a game changer for the trucking industry. Read how carriers can use ELDs and vehicle data for better productivity, safety and efficiency.

ELD Rollout Checklist: Tips for a Successful Implementation

Download a free checklist and get tips for a successful ELD rollout, including updating your Hours of Service policy and procedures.

This is a Win-Win for Your Fleet.

ELDs are your friend. Why? Because they will actually help you save time, money and lives by letting you do the following: