March 28, 2018

KeepTruckin Redefines GPS Tracking

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All ELD providers say that they have accurate GPS tracking, but what does this really mean? Typically, this means that a location point is created every couple of minutes. The result is a location trail that jumps during turns and doesn’t follow the road all the time. We wanted to

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March 7, 2018

How does KeepTruckin help short-haul drivers?

How does KeepTruckin help short-haul drivers

According to the FMCSA regulations, if you are running short haul, you do not require electronic logging devices. However, it is not as simple as that. Short-haul drivers know how tricky the exemption can be. They can’t be 100% sure whether or not they will require ELDs. It is because

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January 30, 2018

KeepTruckin’s Improved Reporting Experience

The KeepTruckins' new and improved reporting experience

Reporting in KeepTruckin is a great way to access, aggregate, and export the data being collected through drivers, fleet managers, and electronic logging devices. Our reports have helped thousands of fleets to develop a comprehensive understanding of their operations by providing actionable insights and answering many outstanding questions. After taking

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January 4, 2018

KeepTruckin Introduces Customizable Vehicle Inspections

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At KeepTruckin, our goal has been to make our product flexible and easy to use for fleets of all types. To continue this effort, we are excited to announce our revamped Vehicle Inspections feature. With the new Vehicle Inspections feature, you can now customize KeepTruckin’s electronic DVIRs to meet your

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October 25, 2017

New Feature Update: DOT Inspection Mode Access Lock

New Feature Update: DOT Inspection Mode Access Lock

DOT inspections, although necessary, can be a hassle for drivers and fleet operators. When a driver uses an ELD, the reviewing DOT officer can sometimes view excessive information on the driver’s handheld device, such as: Messages between drivers and fleet managers. Driving records that are over eight days. Other reports

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October 16, 2017

Introducing KeepTruckin Driver Workflow

Introducing the KeepTruckin Driver Workflow Feature

For fleets that use third-party transportation management software, such as McLeod or TMW, we’ve announced our latest feature — KeepTruckin Driver Workflow. With this new feature, drivers will be able to use the KeepTruckin mobile app as an interface to view and complete their dispatches step-by-step in a simplified way.

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October 1, 2017

Announcing the KeepTruckin ELD with Cellular

Announcing the KeepTruckin ELD with Cellular

One of KeepTruckin’s central design principles is flexibility — one platform that supports all types of fleets. That is why we are excited to announce the launch of the KeepTruckin ELD with Cellular — the most powerful telematics device in the industry, now with an integrated cellular connection. The Difference

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August 7, 2017

ELD or AOBRD – KeepTruckin Lets You Choose

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KeepTruckin is universally recognized as the leading smartphone based electronic logs and fleet management system in the world. That is a result of an unwavering focus on the driver experience and a product that is fundamentally modular and highly customizable. The best example of that flexibility is in our core

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July 17, 2017

Introducing Alerts: Proactive Driver Management

KeepTruckin introduces driver alerts for proactive driver management

Managing a commercial fleet is among the toughest jobs in America. As a fleet manager, you’re faced with a lot of challenges. To name a few: Constantly changing compliance burdens The driver shortage necessitating hiring drivers with little experience. This, combined with high turnover rates, can make coaching drivers feel

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July 12, 2017

KeepTruckin Adds USB Connectivity to Ensure 100% Compliance

KeepTruckin Adds USB Connectivity to Ensure 100% Compliance

With the ELD mandate deadline growing closer, most fleets are looking for a Bring-Your-Own-Device ELD solution. In a BYOD-based ELD system, an engine-connected device records vehicle motion data from the ECM and relays it to the driver’s mobile device. The connection between the engine-connected ELD and the driver’s mobile device,

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