Compliance with the DOT Hours of Service Regulation is critical to fleet management, and you as a motor carrier are responsible for the FMCSA compliance of your drivers. All drivers are obligated to comply with the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Mandate, a federal regulation requiring drivers and fleets operating in the United States to track driver logs with an ELD as of December 18, 2017.
Let Lee Trans help bring your fleet into compliance with the ELD Mandate and manage your drivers’ hours of service. Utilize our on-demand, web-based software solution to provide a comprehensive driver log audit, including supporting document comparisons. Our team of experts review your existing operations and processes to determine your requirements under the mandate and customize a cost-effective program for your organization that will speed up your audit completion and results analysis.
Our Driver Log Auditing Service can simplify a myriad of tasks by allowing you to:
- Incorporate electronic and paper data
- Audit ELD and Automatic On-Board Recorder (AOBR) data from multiple providers to provide useful Compliance & Risk Management Reports that assist you in managing your hours of service and reduce risk
- Easily take data from any provider and compile it within the system
- Identify ELD Mandate-Exempt vehicles and drivers
- Manage and house required supporting documents electronically
- Format all documents according to FMCSA requirements
- Monitor and track violations and create comprehensive, client-tailored violation audits
- Audit for intrastate and specialized exceptions
- Integrate exempt driver logs and time cards into Corporate Hours of Service compliance management reports and analysis
- Collect additional data such as vehicle location, engine hours, miles driven, etc.
- Enable viewing of Driver Log Document Images for DOT compliance
- Identify and propose process and operational enhancements to reduce costs, liability, and compliance / civil audit exposure
- Produce Driver Letters
- Integrate safety bonus or CSA point values into reports and driver letters