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Connect your smartphone or tablet to the KeepTruckin ELD via USB or Bluetooth. The direct connection enables you to stay compliant in remote areas with no cell reception.
With a wide variety of cable options, the KeepTruckin ELD can connect with just about any vehicle on the road.
The KeepTruckin Electronic Logbook App, when used alone, is a fully editable electronic log that is a replacement for paper logs. The standalone KeepTruckin Electronic Logbook App is compliant with USDOT / FMCSA rule 395.8 regarding a driver's record of duty status and Canada's commercial vehicle drivers hours of service Regulations.
The KeepTruckin ELD is a hardware device that connects to the diagnostic port (ECM) of a vehicle. When used in combination with the KeepTruckin Electronic Logbook App, the KeepTruckin ELD automatically records driving time in compliance with USDOT / FMCSA rule 395.15 regarding automatic on-board recording devices and the recently-released final ELD rule requiring drivers to use in-cab ELDs by 2017.
KeepTruckin supports the following basic hours of service cycle rules:
Where applicable, KeepTruckin supports separate rules for property and passenger-carrying vehicles. Additionally, KeepTruckin supports rules for carriers utilizing the oilfield operations exceptions under 49 CFR 395.1(d).
The physical KeepTruckin ELD hardware device.
A cable to connect the KeepTruckin ELD to the vehicle's diagnostic port. (You will have an opportunity to select 9-pin, 6-pin, or OBDII cables when you place your order.)
Instructions for drivers and fleet managers to install the ELD and get started with KeepTruckin.
A reference card for enforcement officials to comply with DOT regulations.
A vehicle sticker to inform officers that the driver is using the KeepTruckin Electronic Logging Device.
If the driver forgets to connect the KeepTruckin Electronic Logbook App to the ELD via Bluetooth before they begin to drive, or if the connection gets interrupted, the ELD will continue to record all driving time and classify it as an Unidentified Driving Event as per DOT regulations. When the driver reconnects to the ELD, they will be prompted with an option to claim the Unidentified Driving Event. If the driver claims the Unidentified Driving Event, the driving time will be added to their logs. If the driver rejects the Unidentified Driving Event, the fleet manager will see the Unidentified Driving Event in the KeepTruckin Dashboard. All Driving Events that are recorded by a vehicle's ELD are stored under the vehicle's profile and can be viewed by fleet managers in the KeepTruckin Dashboard, in compliance with the latest DOT rules.
Yes. The KeepTruckin ELD uses multiple methods to prevent tampering.
The ELD will continue to record all driving time even when the driver has not connected their mobile device to the ELD via Bluetooth. All Unidentified Driving Events are recorded by the ELD and eventually transmitted to KeepTruckin servers the next time a driver connects to the ELD.
The ELD records all instances where a driver disconnects the ELD from the vehicle's diagnostic port, or otherwise interferes with vehicle data.
The ELD uses GPS satellite time to prevent users from manipulating their driving time by modifying their mobile device's clock.
Fleet managers can edit a driver's log from the KeepTruckin Dashboard in the event a mistake was made.
Drivers can edit logs for the last two weeks within the KeepTruckin Electronic Logbook App. Drivers can view and sign their past logs by signing into their account at keeptruckin.com. Owner-operators who wish to edit their logs from a computer must register for a fleet manager account and connect it to their driver account.