Trackem

ELD and Driver Logs

Keep your drivers on the road by using a compliant ELD solution through our partnership with Apollo ELD.

Apollo ELD 

We have partnered with Apollo ELD to offer a robust and compliant ELD solution.

ELD Compliance 

All Electronic Logging Devices must be compliant with federal laws. The devices we offer keep you compliant. 

DVIR

Driver Vehicle Inspection Reports are a required daily activity to ensure your drivers are compliant and to keep your trucks safe on the road.

Diagnostics

The ELD reads basic engine diagnostic information and will let you know if there is an issue that keeps your trucks non-compliant. 

IFTA Reporting 

International Fuel Tax Agreement reporting makes it easy for inter jurisdictional carriers to report and pay taxes on fuel used.

Dashboard

The dashboard gives you a real-time view of your driver cycles, next breaks and upcoming violations. 

Reports

Keep your drivers on the road by using a compliant ELD solution through our partnership with Apollo ELD.

  • Log Books - Your traditional driver log book in electronic form.
  • Unidentified Logs - Logs that are submitted without a proper driver login. You can then assign them to the right driver.
  • Carrier-Requested Log Edits - Correct logging mistakes or add missing information.
  • Violations - Be aware of upcoming violations and take action before they occur.
  • DVIR - Your Driver Vehicle Inspection Reports submitted when the driver inspects the vehicle.
  • Driver Duty Reports - A breakdown of driver status over time.
  • IFTA - Vehicle distance travelled in each jurisdiction; used for fuel tax reporting.
  • Driver Records - Line by line history of all activity recorded by a driver.
  • FMCSA Records - History of records submitted to FMSCA. 
  • Shipments - Optional feature that allows you to track shipments performed by drivers. 
  • Engine Diagnostic - Diagnostic information reported by devices. 

ELD Regulations

Apollo meets local and federal regulations for Canada, USA and Mexico, and supports the following rulesets:

  • USA Federal regulations (60 hours / 7 days and 70 hours / 8 days)
  • Canada cycle 1 and cycle 2
  • Canada vehicle inspection report schedule 1
  • California intrastate
  • Florida intrastate
  • Texas intrastate
  • Cycle Hours Recap
  • Passenger-carrying vehicles (buses)
  • Oilfields
  • Asphalt/Concrete (under short haul exemption)
  • Adverse Conditions
  • Mexico NOM-087

What vehicles are required to use an ELD solution?

Canada - Federally regulated motor carriers and their drivers of commercial buses and trucks who are currently required to maintain a paper-based daily log are required to use an ELD, subject to a few exceptions set out below:

  • Commercial motor vehicles that are being operated under a permit issued pursuant to the Regulations by a provincial or territorial HOS director
  • Commercial motor vehicle with a statutory exemption
  • Commercial vehicles subject to a rental agreement with terms being under 30 days
  • Commercial motor vehicles that were manufactured before the year 2000

Source: Canada Gazette, Vol. 151, No. 50 — December 16, 2017 (http://gazette.gc.ca/rp-pr/p1/2017/2017-12-16/html/reg5-eng.html)

USA - As specified in the ELD rule, the following are not required to use ELDs (but carriers may choose to use ELDs even if they are not required):

  • Drivers who use paper logs no more than 8 days during any 30-day period.
  • Drivers of vehicles manufactured before model year 2000. 
  • Driveaway-towaway drivers (where the vehicle driven is the commodity) or the vehicle being transported is a motor home or a recreation vehicle trailer (at least one set of wheels of the vehicle being transported must be on the surface while being transported) 

Source: FMSCA (https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/hours-service/elds/electronic-logging-device-eld-exemptions-and-waivers)

ELD Resources - Canada

ELD Resources - USA