Main Features of Load Manager’s Electronic Logging Device Software
1. Automatic ELD
Automatic hours of service calculation and violation alerts. Automatic recording of driving time, miles, and locations.
2. DOT Inspection Mode
Simply show logs on your phone or tablet. No printer needed.
3. Multiple ELD Rules
Compliant with multiple rules including Property/Passenger 60-hour/7-day & 70-hour/8-day.
4. Electronic DVIR
Vehicle inspection reports are created and submitted in seconds.
5. Compliance Monitoring
Monitor your drivers’ hours of service logs and DVIRs. Receive alerts to prevent violations.
6. Fleet Tracking
Track your vehicles in real time and view their location history.
7. IFTA reporting
Automatic IFTA state mileage reporting saves you time and money.
8. Access Permissions
Manage permissions for fleet managers, compliance officers, drivers, accountants, truck load brokers, and customers
Things Trucking Dispatch Companies Need To Stay Compliant with
Affordable and easy to install logging device. Simply plug ELD into a vehicle ECM port and start recording driving hours and miles automatically.
Easy to use app for managing hours of service logs. It connects to ELD via Bluetooth and displays recorded driving time to a driver.
ELD & App work great with most Android 3G/4G tablets and smartphones. Use your own or purchase devices and data plans from us.
Install & Connect ELD
1. Locate ECM (diagnostic) port
Locate ECM (diagnostic) port inside of your vehicle. Look for 9-pin or 6-pin circular ports in heavy-duty vehicles. Look for OBDII port in light/medium duty vehicles.
2. Install ELD
Simply plug the provided cable into a vehicle ECM (diagnostic) and attach the other end to the ELD device. The dual fastener is provided for dash mounting.
3. Log in to the Logbook App
Log in to the Logbook App on your tablet/smartphone with a username and password created during a sign-up process or provided by a fleet manager.
4. Connect ELD
Select a vehicle from a list of available vehicles and your device will attempt to connect to ELD via Bluetooth. Green Bluetooth indicator at the top right corner means you are ready to start using ELD.
Driving with ELD
- Once ELD connected, your driving time will be captured automatically.
- Once your vehicle is moving at 5mph or more, your duty status is switched to Driving.
- Your logs and others features are not available while in Driving mode due to safety reasons.
- Once your vehicle is stopped, you may change your duty status by tapping on the status circle. The app will remind you to make a selection in 5 minutes. If no selection is made, your duty status will be switched to On Duty.
Available driving hours, required breaks, on-duty limits and required off-duty time are calculated automatically
Visual notifications and sound warnings help you to avoid hours of service violations and stay compliant
Set duty status with just two-clicks. Status is updated automatically when driving starts or stops, Easy-to-use interface allows drivers to spend less time doing paperwork and more time driving.
“Managing Hours of Service is much easier with ELD”
1. Current Status
Current duty status is always displayed on Status page inside of status circle along with available or reset hours.
2. Change Status
Tap the status circle, select your current status, add a note if necessary (i.e. pre-trip inspection) and press “Update” button.
Personal Use Off-duty and Yard Move On-Duty statuses must be configured and allowed by a fleet manager.
More Features & Integrations Coming Soon
Communicate with drivers in real-time
Electronically scan documents and stay organized
Receive fault code alerts in real time
Track your trailers current location and location history
Find, schedule and optimize loads via integrated partners
Dispatch your fleet via integrated partners
Optimize your routes via integrated partners
Find available truck parking and more via integrated partners