ONE20 provides a simple, affordable solution to ELD mandate

ONE20 provides a simple, affordable solution to ELD mandate

ONE20 has announced plans to launch F-ELD, an electronic logging device with an easy-to-use driver app. The new platform is fully compliant, subscription-free, functional and created for the driver. It has an intuitive interface that is 100% driver-controlled and accessed through a free app.

As part of the 2012 mandate for electronic logging devices, fleets of all sizes have until December 2017 to implement certified ELDs to record hours of service (HOS).

“The trucking industry has long been anticipating this forced government ELD mandate. ONE20 has taken the initiative to once again keep drivers’ best interests top-of-mind and offer them the most affordable and simple ELD solution—all without monthly fees,” said Christian Schenk, founder, president and CEO of ONE20.

The ONE20 F-ELD is a plug-and-play device that wirelessly pairs with a driver’s smartphone or tablet. Once the ELD is purchased and installed, drivers can download the free Android- and iOS- compatible app to establish HOS and driver-vehicle inspection report (DVIR) preferences. The ELD device attaches to the truck through a J1939 or J1708 cable. Drivers will manage the application and have full control of reporting.

Features and benefits include:

•Simple setup and installation

•Device connects via Bluetooth to most Android/iOS devices to ONE20’s application

•Device records, tracks and alerts driver’s HOS

•Allows drivers to control log sharing with carriers

•Gives the option to record and track daily inspections

•Synchronizes vehicle events to driver’s logs

•Includes standard nine-pin Y cable (other configurations available)

The ONE20 F-ELD will be available to ship in July 2017. Professional drivers can access www.ONE20.com/ELD to pre-order the device.

The ONE20 app is free and available on Android and iOS devices, and the ONE20 ELD app will be available on Android and iOS later in 2017.

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