What will your truck look like if you skip the ELD? Just ignore the ELD mandate requirements?
That’s what it will look like.
Unless something highly unlikely happens, the ELD mandate will take effect on December 17, 2017. That’s a month away.
Will you be prepared for it?
ELD Mandate Requirements
They’re intrusive. They’re insulting. They’re going to force us to change how we do business and that’s going to hurt not just us, but the shippers we haul for.
(Who came up with this idea anyway?)
But we have to comply. So it might as well be as simple as possible, as easy as possible, and as private as possible.
That’s what we decided to do: make it simple, easy and private.
The TruckingOffice ELD is easy to install: just plug it in and download the app. No extras, no frills, nothing that’s going to get in your way.
It’s easy to use: we’ve tested it multiple times under a variety of situations. We submitted our testing results to the government so we can be sure that we’ve got what you need in its purest, simplest form. Even when you’re on the side of the road with a DOT agent staring you down, you’ll be able to protect your private data with a few keystrokes and still be able to give them what they demand.
We’ve made it as affordable as possible.
Take a look at the ELD market
There are others out there. Wires. Black boxes. Systems created by programmers that have never been in a truck. There are businesses whose only contact with truckers before today was when Amazon dropped off a box.
Is that what you want? Some kid who doesn’t know what it feels like to stand on the side of I-90 in 29°F making decisions about what you have to do?
We’ve got a trucker on staff to help us make this as simple to use as it can be.
Need more information? We’ve got it for you: the ELD Buyer’s Guide. For free.
Get the facts and make up your mind what’s best for you – to stay in trucking.