Get the latest tips, insight and strategies to help you be prepared for the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate. These red papers are authored by the EROAD Regulatory and Compliance Team and feature a comprehensive list covering topics such as the key points you need to consider when selecting an ELD, how to leverage a broader solution platform for ELD compliance and whether your ELD provider can cover your IFTA and IRP obligations.
Sub-optimal communications between drivers and mechanics potentially create a safety issue. Using a paper DVIR (driver vehicle inspection report process), it may also take a while for the driver to submit the paper work.
With the ELD mandate around the corner, are your drivers and back office teams ready? What are the key steps involved with an ELD implementation that you should be prepared for?
Electronic RUC now accounts for 50% of all heavy vehicle RUC collected in New Zealand, despite it not being mandatory to pay for road user charges electronically.
The recordkeeping requirements for International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) and International Registration Plan (IRP) are more stringent than those applicable to an ELD. This means not every product offering is adequate to fulfill the requirements of the ELD mandate or will necessarily be well suited to additionally provide solutions for other tax compliance needs.
When you add vehicles to your fleet after December 2017, all those new vehicles – regardless of whether you have AOBRDs in your other vehicles – must be fitted with an ELD. Are you ready?
Your company’s compliance relies on your ELD solution provider’s road to certification. Clearly, you’ll want a provider that can confidently assure your full compliance and will be there for you as you work through the transition alongside your team.
As you consider various options for satisfying the ELD mandate, are you thinking about opportunities to maximize your investment by ensuring the technology platform provides other essential functions?
After introducing EROAD’s driver behavior analytics, engaged customers had 38% fewer speeding events than those that didn’t use them at all.