New MobileTRAQ ELD from Mobile Awareness

| November 23, 2017

The Mobile Awareness provider of mobile tech for commercial fleets announced the release of a new hours of service solution for a paperless system to comply with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s electronic logging device mandate. The baseline system is outfitted with Driver Vehicle Inspection Report (DVIR) & International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) tracking and reporting capabilities, with optional Canadian rulesets as well.

The MobileTRAQ ELD, the company says, makes recorded data more useful in optimizing operations. With ready access to online logs and real-time remote monitoring, potential violations can be resolved and data can be used to educate and train drivers at risk for hours of service violations. In addition, the pre-trip and post-trip DVIR simplifies the process of error-free inspection and documentation, further enabling well-timed vehicle repairs.

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The system is available now in a BYOD (“bring your own device”) platform capable of functioning with Android devices in-cab (Apple iOS-powered devices are planned for the new year). Pairing with a dedicated, ruggedized tablet is also an option. The tablet comes with a 7-inch touchscreen (water-proof and drop-proof to industrial standards).

Access some pricing details as well as added functionality in a fleet version of the subscription-based product via Overdrive‘s ELD quick-comparison chart at the following link:

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