Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Solution

With our mission of providing a total fleet solution to contractors, Tenna supports you in the process of maintaining ELD and HOS compliance while improving on-road safety with our integrated Electronic Logging Device solutions.

ELD and HOS Compliance Made Easy​

When your team is driving big rigs or other heavy trucks over long distances, you want to make sure they are driving safely. You also want to make sure they are abiding by the guidelines of their ELD requirements per your state as it applies to your operations.

By keeping track of hours of service (HOS), mileage and how long your drivers are driving for overall and between breaks, you’ll have the automated data you need to easily keep accurate records and maintain ELD and HOS compliance.

By logging trip data for your drivers for accurate, automated record keeping, Tenna triggers notices when rests are needed on the road so you can rest assured in the office that your drivers do not become overtired or fall asleep at the wheel. This automation improves the process of manually collecting and analyzing how many miles your trucks or vehicles drove, reduces paperwork, and minimizes the risk of errors and non-compliance while increasing driver safety overall.

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Improve visibility over operations and safety performance.

Identify safety hazards or potential performance issues in advance of operation.

Know when maintenance is needed quickly and efficiently across teams with digital records and notifications.

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Promote awareness and compliance with federal and DOT regulations and company procedures.

Offer easy-to-complete mechanisms for drivers to efficiently do their jobs.

Streamline processes for thorough completion and improve record keeping.

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Reduce insurance premiums with documented safety tracking programs.

Reduce operating costs and avoid costly breakdowns, malfunctions or fines.

Win more work with an improved safety record.

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How does an electronic logging device work?

An electronic logging device (“ELD”) keeps track of hours of service that drivers are logging on the road with automated records.  Non-exempt commercial drivers must have an ELD solution to be compliant with FMCSA mandates, and they must be able to produce digital RODS data that must be kept for six months, in place of paper.

Part of Tenna’s Safety & Compliance package, Tenna’s ELD-approved and certified fleet tracker records trip data and connects via Bluetooth to a compatible mobile device of your choice running an integrated ELD app. This trip data produces RODS, so the integrated mobile app alerts the driver when breaks are needed to help them track their driving limits and prevent fatigue-related issues.

9 Benefits of Electronic Logging Devices

Supporting compliance with Tenna’s ELD functionality brings the following benefits to your processes and operations:

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