When a fleet is using ELD LogBook, a review of the data held in Reveal about the account, drivers and vehicles is displayed in the ELD Compliance Check tab in LogBook.
This check highlights any issues with the data on your account and entire fleet of vehicles or drivers, such as where the data has errors or is not complete.
Each issue identified has an action to take. You should correct the data for the account, driver or vehicle.
For drivers or vehicles that need to be ELD compliant, it is vital that the data entered in their profile is correct.
Note: Some of the issues in the list may not be relevant to ELD compliance.
For example, if an issue relates to a driver who does not need to be ELD compliant, it is not necessary to fix this issue to achieve ELD compliance for your fleet.
Check and fix ELD compliance issues
In Reveal, you will find the list of issues in LogBook HOS Overview ELD Compliance Check.
The page is divided into 3 different lists. Beside each list title, there is a link to the area of Reveal where you can edit the data for that subject.
Use the filter at the top right of the page to select which vehicles, drivers or groups you would like to display in the lists.
For example, you could filter by a group of drivers who need to be ELD compliant.
ELD issues on Reveal accounts are connected to the ELD settings that has been assigned to a fleet.
If there is an issue with the setting, you will see a description of the issue, and an action to take.
The settings can be edited in My Account Mobile Options.
- Open Mobile Options.
ELD Compliant - If your organization is ELD compliant, select Yes (if not already selected).
Drivers must install the Reveal ELD Logbook mobile app on their devices.
On the Edit Driver window in Admin, you can over-ride these settings for individual drivers, if they do not need to be ELD compliant.
Note: Selecting Yes will enable ELD functionalities for all drivers in your fleet.
- Default Ruleset
Select one of the following ELD Rulesets (more options are available if your organization is not ELD compliant):
- Federal Property
- Federal - Oilfield Exemption
- Federal Passenger
- Federal No 30 min Break (applicable for oversize-overweight permitted loads)
- California Property
- California Passenger
- Rule cycle: Choose 7 days (60hrs) or 8 days (70hrs).
- Start time: Select the default driver start time.
- Default driver time zone: Select a default driver time zone.
- DOT number: Enter your company's USDOT number.
- Carrier name: Enter your carrier/company name.
- Carrier home terminal: Enter company main address.
- Commodity: Enter the commodity your company trades in.
Driver issues are problems with the data on the drivers profile, which are preventing that driver from being ELD compliant.
You will see a description of the issue, and an action to take.
To fix an issue with driver data, follow the link at the top of the list to go to the Driver List page, or navigate to Admin Driver List Edit Driver.
Search for the driver in question. Edit their profile, using the pencil icon next to the driver you want to edit. Take the action recommended on the ELD compliance check page for that driver and save the changes.
Vehicle issues are problems with the information on the vehicle profile, which are preventing that vehicle from being ELD compliant. You will see a description of the issue, and an action to take.
To fix an issue with vehicle data, follow the link at the top of the list to go to the Vehicle List page, or navigate to Admin Vehicle List Edit Vehicle.
Search for the vehicle in question. Edit the profile, using the pencil icon next to the vehicle you want to edit. Take the action recommended on the ELD compliance check page for that vehicle and save the changes.