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driveTIME HOS Solution Now FMCSA Certified

| April 7, 2017

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Hours of Service (HOS) Electronic Logging Device (ELD) solution, driveTIME, is now FMCSA certified. The product is offered by Cartasite.

Here’s what’s at stake: a Fed mandate regulates the use of ELDs that serve as a replacement for paper logs currently used to record driver compliance with HOS.

According to David Armitage, Cartasite CEO, “With driveTIME, the burden of regulatory compliance and paperwork goes away, enabling our customers to focus on keeping their drivers safe on the road.”

driveTIME includes integration of Cartasite’s ROVR, a leading driver safety and behavior monitoring platform that is engineered to lower crash rates in large commercial fleets.

driveTIME feeds data directly to the Cloud and is integrated into Cartasite’s worldVIEW dashboard. The web application gives fleet managers an up-to-date, online dashboard of drivers’ logs and remaining hours, allowing them to audit compliance and allocate jobs based on availability. The solution automates the production of documents required during roadside inspections by safety and law enforcement officers.

Continued David Armitage, “Many of the other HOS systems only offer a canned, generic DVIR form, so we made customization a standard feature of our solution.”

driveTIME’s customizable Driver-Vehicle Inspection Report (DVIR) offers a driver-to-mechanic workflow with pre-, post- and ad hoc inspection options for vehicles and trailers. Drivers can quickly flag items as pass or fail, add notes and pictures, and prioritize which items most urgently require the attention of a mechanic.

The plug-and-play, tablet-based solution runs on Android tablets and smartphones and communicates wirelessly to an ELD that plugs into the engine computer interface (either J1939 or OBDII). driveTIME is compliant with all US federal, state, and Canadian regulations and HOS regulatory exemptions are supported, including those for the oilfield.

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