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EROAD provides electronic IRP platform

EROAD, a provider of fleet management, electronic tax reporting and ELD compliance solutions for the transportation industry, announced a new electronic registration management solution for IRP (International Registration Plan) recordkeeping, data capture and management processes.

The electronic IRP automatically generates required trip information including distance, location and state line crossings to support distance record requirements for IRP and to calculate apportionment percentages by fleet, jurisdiction and vehicle. All data is accurately captured and securely transmitted by EROAD’s in-vehicle device to its Depot web-based application.

Key features include:

•Electronic recordkeeping—IRP Vehicle Trip Records display mileage information such as distance, routes of travel and state line crossings per vehicle per month. The application provides summaries by fleet, jurisdiction and vehicle for recordkeeping and audit purposes.

•Advanced reporting—Automatically combines mileage information from the in-vehicle device to display and report distance and location traveled by vehicle and calculates IRP apportionment percentages for each jurisdiction and vehicle.

•IRP fleet and vehicle management—Set up and manage IRP apportioned vehicles and organize them by fleet to speed up the application and annual registration and renewal process. Record and maintain details about each vehicle required for IRP.

•Equipment list—View and export detailed information about vehicles for the yearly IRP registration fee process.

EROAD’s all-in-one platform, including its ELD + Tax Compliance solution, is specifically designed to meet compliance, operational and driver needs, both in-vehicle and through a secure web portal.

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