FREMONT, Calif.- @Road is releasing an update to its Driver Logs service to enable customers to comply with new HOS regulations.
Effective January 5, 2004, HOS regulatory changes will include off- and on-duty time, driving time and cumulative restarts for all property carrying commercial drivers.
Intended as an enhancement to public safety, the new U.S. rules state a mobile worker may drive for 11 hours, following which he must spend 10 hours off-duty.
Additionally, a mobile worker may not drive beyond the fourteenth hour after coming on-duty, following which he must spend 10 hours off-duty. Because @Road offers its The updated tool from @Road, a provider of mobile resource management services, promises to make it easier to keep track of HOS under the new U.S. regulations.
The @Road Driver Logs service update is designed to enable customers to automatically comply with the new HOS regulations.
The company claims with @Road Driver Logs companies can: Save money. Eliminate paperwork for drivers and office staff.
Reduce HOS violation risks. Know when drivers are at, or near, hours of service limits. View hours of service in real-time, 24/7. Generate reports by driver that include: hours worked, hours driving, hours available, DOT violations.
For more information, visit www.road.com
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