Fleet Elogs

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Azuga simplifies the ELD process while keeping you compliant with the ELD mandate.

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Boost performance and ensure compliance with the FMCSA Azuga ELD mandate.

Ensure your fleet is ELD-compliant to avoid tickets, penalties and fees.

When it comes to compliance, you and your commercial drivers can breathe easy. Azuga ELD meets or exceeds FMCSA 395.15 regulations for HOS and DVIRs—and it meets all requirements for the ELD (Electronic Logging Device) mandate. An addition to Azuga Fleet, ELD is simple to use and brings ease and accuracy to log keeping.

Take the guesswork out of FMCSA compliance with electronic driver logs.

Easy to use, Azuga ELD simplifies HOS (Hours of Service) and DVIR (Driver Vehicle Inspection Report) requirements—and ensures you're always up-to-date with the latest rules and regulations.

Reduce violation risks-and fines-with granular visibility

  • ELD and DVIR regulations in the United States and Canada
  • United States and Canadian driving rules (switches automatically based on location)
  • English, French Canadian, and Spanish languages
  • Android and iOS

Azuga Fleet ELD supports your fleet+

From in-depth data to proactive alerts, Azuga ELD provides the insight you need to reduce violations and avoid fines.

  • Receive alerts when drivers are nearing HOS limits, and avoid violations. Alerts are also sent if a violation occurs.
  • Count on conflict detection to resolve discrepancies, stemming from inconsistent or incomplete logs, automatically.
  • Avoid HOS violations by making proactive decisions based on comprehensive back-office reporting.
  • Leverage the power of automatic alerts to eliminate log errors and ensure DVIRs are submitted on time.

Simplify compliance management tasks and save money.

Azuga ELD streamlines compliance operations, automating time-intensive tasks so your staff can do their jobs more efficiently.

  • Automate back-office record keeping with electronic driver logs.
  • Eliminate paper logs and simplify reporting, reducing the load on your administrative staff.
  • Streamline communications with dispatch—time-consuming interchanges are reduced significantly.
  • Leverage real-time driver availability status to optimize resource allocation and load planning.
  • Ensure roadside inspections are fast and efficient.

Reduce violation risks—and fines—with granular visibility

  • ELD and DVIR regulations in the United States and Canada
  • United States and Canadian driving rules (switches automatically based on location)
  • English, French Canadian, and Spanish languages
  • Android and iOS

FMCSA ELD Mandate Guide: Compliance, Standards, and Devices


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How do ELD work?

In an ELD Mandate compliant vehicle, an eLog device is installed to track HOS data. The device is a GPS tracker with wireless communication capabilities. This device connects with the vehicle’s engine to automatically transmit data whenever the vehicle is in operation. It also records data entered by the driver. It must record the following information to be compliant:

  • Engine power status
  • Vehicle motion status
  • Miles driven
  • Engine hours
  • Identification of driver/authorized user, vehicle, and motor carrier
  • Duty status

What driver status designations can ELD record?

Drivers are responsible for recording their status through their driving log software. The possible designations are:

  • OFF - off duty
  • SB - sleeper berth
  • D - driving
  • ON - on duty but not currently driving

Whenever a driver changes their status, the device also automatically records the driver’s location (city and state).

Who must comply with the electronic logging device (ELD) rule?

The ELD rule applies to motor carriers and drivers who are currently required to keep records of duty service (RODS) under the hours-of-service (HOS) regulations. If a commercial vehicle requires a USDOT number, it also needs to record ELD logs. This includes commercial buses and trucks used to transport products or people for interstate business, plus all vehicles that have a gross vehicle weight of >10,000 lbs.

Are there ELD mandate exemptions?

There are a few ways some fleet drivers may be exempted from the ELD mandate. These include:

  • Drivers who use logs less than 8 days out of any 30-day period
  • Driveaway or towaway drivers where the vehicle being driven is the commodity or is a motorhome or RV
  • Vehicles manufactured before the year 2000
  • Specific companies that have received a special exemption such as the United Parcel Service, the Motion Picture Association of America, and the Truck Renting and Leasing Association

Can an electronic logging device (ELD) be on a smartphone or other wireless device?

Yes. The ELD Rule accommodates the use of smartphone (Android/iPhone) and other wireless devices as ELDs—as long as they meet the necessary technical specifications. If you’re not sure if a specific ELD qualifies, check the Registered ELDs list from FMCSA.

Where can I learn more about ELDs and the ELD mandate?

Feel free to visit the official FMCSA resources on ELDs and the ELD Rule. We also have an ELD guide available here. Feel free also to check out our blog articles on the subject.

What is an ELD?

An ELD (Electronic Logging Device) is technology that automatically records a driver’s driving time and other aspects of the hours-of-service (HOS) records. The ELD monitors a vehicle’s engine to capture data on whether the engine is running, whether the vehicle is moving, miles driven, and duration of engine operation (engine hours). With an ELD, law enforcement can review a drivers hours of service by viewing the ELD’s display screen,  a printout from the ELD, or retrieving data electronically from the ELD device.

When did the ELD Mandate go into effect?

The first deadline for the FMCSA’s ELD mandate was December 18th, 2017. All drivers and carriers subject to the ELD mandate had to have either an ELD or an AOBRD installed in their vehicle. After December 16th, 2019, AOBRDs could no longer be used to be compliant with the ELD mandate. If your fleet is still using AOBRDs, you are no longer compliant with the ELD mandate.

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