The FMCSA has published a mandate requiring all commercial fleets to switch from paper logs to electronic logging devices by December 18, 2017. If you’re preparing for the switch, SkyBitz Local Fleets and Geotab have the solutions you need to stay compliant with regulations. However, with or without the mandate, their e-logs are the best and easiest available method to keep track of your fleet.
Monitor Hours of Service
Electronic logs monitor your fleet for HOS violations. That prevents you from losing track. Not only do they keep you compliant, but they give you a more accurate record of the amount of time your drivers have been spending on the road. In addition to the GPS fleet tracking technology that tells you where your drivers have been going. SkyBitz Local Fleets optimizes their logs and makes extra paperwork unnecessary. Geotab also gives you an excellent set of tools to work with.
Improve Workload Management
SkyBitz Local Fleets E-logs monitor exactly how much time your drivers spend on jobs. In addition to making sure you’re not violating HOS, you’ll be able to improve your scheduling by ensuring no one is underutilized or over-scheduled. Complying with HOS regulations is much easier when you can improve your scheduling and optimize the hours your fleet is allowed to spend on the road. Geotab also provides very strong ELD compliance capabilities.
Specifically, the HOS Compliance BASIC addresses the requirements within the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSRs) at 49 CFR Parts 392 and 395. … Once logged into the SMS Website, a motor carrier with safety compliance problems in the HOS Compliance BASIC will see a warning symbol in that BASIC. Click or tap to learn more.
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Mr. Steve Silverstein
Eagle Wireless Communications
We at Krapf School Bus have been very pleased with the value we have received from you individually and from the Eagle Wireless organization.
From day one, you have been attuned to our needs and attentive in helping us attain our on-board technology goals. We have worked together now for over five years and the service has been consistently high. As we continue to grow, we look toward great partners like yourself and Eagle Wireless being part of our extended team.
The International Fuel Tax Agreement — also known as IFTA — is a fuel tax collection and sharing agreement for the redistribution of fuel taxes paid by interstate commercial carriers. There are 58 member jurisdictions of IFTA, including 48 American states and 10 Canadian provinces.
By requiring commercial carriers to pay fuel taxes proportionally, according to the miles driven in each state or province, the agreement ensures that each jurisdiction has its fair share of revenue to put towards roads and transportation. Historically, motor fuel taxes have funded transportation. The first fuel taxes of 1919 and the 1-cent gas tax, formalized in 1933, were instituted to help balance the federal budget and pay for public works to boost the economy. In 1956, it was decided that fuel tax revenue should be directed to the new Highway Trust Fund for supporting the growing Interstate System and highways.
Under the IFTA agreement, qualified motor carriers can obtain an IFTA license for their motor vehicles allowing them to travel through other IFTA jurisdictions and submit only one quarterly fuel tax return in their base jurisdiction for fuel usage. If motor carriers aren’t registered with IFTA, they must comply with the fuel tax reporting guidelines of each individual jurisdiction in which they travel, which may include purchasing fuel trip permits. IFTA is an important part of fleet compliance, in addition to the ELD mandate and Hours of Service management.