Razor Tracking, a provider of fleet management solutions for the agriculture industry, announced it now has a turnkey electronic log solution to help fleets meet the upcoming FMCSA ELD mandate surrounding hours of service (HOS).
On December 18, 2017, the FMCSA will require all commercial trucks and bus drivers to implement a federally approved Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) for capturing and reporting Hours of Service (HOS). This new addition to Razor Tracking’s solution was created to be easiest and most cost effective ELD to implement before regulation kicks in.
Razor Tracking Platinum allows drivers to meet this new FMCSA mandate by simply logging into the mobile app before they start driving and hours are tracked immediately and accurately. This not only meets the requirements of the FMCSA, but will eliminate costs associated with paper forms, create instant document capture and sharing ability, enhance CSA (Compliance, Safety, Accountability) scores, lead to potential decreases in insurance costs, reduce human error, simplify roadside inspections, and improve safety on the road.
Razor Tracking Platinum offers more than compliance with additional data on vehicle location, fuel usage, speed, driver behavior and more. Companies that use a complete fleet management solution have gained additional results including:
- Average ROI in 60 days
- Increases in efficiencies by 25-30%
- Decrease in maintenance costs by 10%
- Decreased fuel costs by 15%
- Increased customer service by having real-time data on your vehicles and equipment
Originally posted on Work Truck Online