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Fleet Manager

Do you ever wish you could put a manger in each truck, to diligently record each stop made by the driver, monitor for unsafe driving, keep en eye on the engine health, track fuel consumption and spot unwanted behavior?

That's what we do, we give you a virtual look at your fleet and help you manage your daily tasks with automation.


You need to keep your drivers compliant with the new electronic log ELD rules and you don't have time to teach them a complicated new system. You need a system that is simple to buy, easy to install, straight-forward to use from a company that you know will support you when you need a little extra help.



AOBRD to ELD Guide

Making the upgrade to ELD? Download our free guide to learn about the pitfalls to avoid and what your drivers need to know about the changes with ELD.



ELD with Garmin

No contract required
Lifetime map updates
Unlimited drivers

Garmin Fleet 790 tablet for CarmaLink FMCSA registered ELD solution including IFTA mileage and DVIR reports

Designed for the driver to access everything on one screen: change duty status, submit DVIR reports and navigate the roads with truck routing from Garmin. Everything is automatically synced to your online account so you can monitor your crew from anywhere


Hours of Service Logs

Supports automatic duty status changes, personal conveyance (PC), yard moves (YM) and online transfer of eRODS data for roadside inspection


Vehicle Inspection Reports

Capture DVIRs and repair forms in the field using the tablet and view them anytime online with free backup on the cloud


Fleet Manager

Use live vehicle location to quickly dispatch drivers to you clients, spot engine issues, monitor fuel use and get automatic IFTA and HUT mileage reports


Navigation with Digital Traffic

Every Garmin tablet includes specific navigation information about truck accessibility and realtime traffic conditions (optional)

Optional HD Digital Traffic receiver for Garmin Fleet 790 ELD tablets to include realtime traffic data into Garmin truck navigation and routing software


What is ELD?

ELD is short for Electronic Logging Device.

Is ELD and AOBRD the same?

There are a lot of technical differences between automatic on board recording devices (AOBRD) and ELD, check out this article for more info.

Do I need ELD?

The DOT has mandated that all drivers who use a paper logbook to record their hours of service (HOS) must switch to an ELD digital logbook.

Can I claim short haul exemption?

If your drivers don't leave a 100/150 mile radius of your home base, they may not be required to have any logbook. This does not mean they are exempt from the FMCSA HOS rules and it requires that accurate driver timecards are kept.

Does the ELD device follow the driver or the truck?

This may vary by manufacturer, but for CarmaLink users, any driver can log into any ELD and the hardware should stay with the vehicle.


Do I need ELD for my glider kit truck?

At the time of this writing, if your truck has a motor that was produced before 2000, you may not need to use an ELD and can continue to use paper logs. Check with the FMCSA for the latest ELD rule updates.

Can I make edits to my logbook?

Yes, you may make edits to your log like adding in missing duty status changes, adding missing location, changing vehicle and trailer numbers. You may not edit the Driving event start or end times if they were automatically generated by the ELD.

How do I handle a roadside inspection?

Make sure you know what system you are using, AOBRD or ELD and how to properly use it. It is also important to also have the proper documentation required for either system in the cab, for more info check out this article for more info.

What do I do if my ELD stops working?

It doesn't mean you have to stop driving, however it will mean you need to revert to using you paper logbook until the ELD is repaired or replaced. You must also recreate the previous seven days worth of logs which can be done by printing out copies from your ELD software or manually drawing them in your paper logbook. You must also notify your fleet administrator in writing of the ELD malfuction.