Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket has expanded its VDO RoadLog software with the addition of Hours of Service compliance for Canada, Alaska and oilfield service. The updates allow drivers and fleet managers to stay in compliance with Hours Of Service regulations during all portions of a trip, including those that cross international borders.
The expanded Canadian HOS regulations addresses the individual sets of compliance rules that apply to the North and South of the 60N latitude. Also included in the free software, is compliance with the special HOS regulations for vehicles servicing the oilfield industry.
VDO RoadLog is one of the first stand-alone ELDs offered in North America, providing an affordable, easy to use, plug-and-play solution for compliance reporting. RoadLog combines GPS data with input from the vehicle to create a digital log that the driver can either download or print out as needed.
VDO RoadLog features a flexible software design that can be continuously updates updated as HOS and electronic log regulations evolve, ensuring that the customer is always in compliance with the most up to date regulations.
The VDO RoadLog brings innovation to logbook automation and fleet management with an expanded range of new products and services. The portfolio now offers online and mobile connectivity for both fleets and owner operators that will not only improve operational efficiency for drivers and fleet managers, but also make the workload easier and less stressful.