Vermont is joining Kansas, Maryland, Maine, New Hampshire, Virginia, and Utah among states piloting expedited inspections with Drivewyze – making it possible to directly transmit electronic logging device (ELD) data when a truck is selected for an inspection.
The e-Inspection service eliminates potential data entry errors by inspectors or drivers, and can save as much as 30 minutes when compared to traditional in-station inspection processes, Drivewyze says.
Western Express, J.B. Hunt and Schneider are currently participating in the initiative, and for a limited time other carriers can enroll in the program through Drivewyze or telematics providers.
Drivewyze is currently integrated with more than 2.5 million electronic logging devices (ELDs). Fleets using Platform Science or Geotab can currently participate in the e-Inspections, while Trimble is in the process of integrating the offering. Drivewyze says other ELD partners are forthcoming.
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