Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Mandate

Whether it’s the final rule already published in the U.S. or the newly announced ELD requirements for Canada, Verigo will meet your needs. Ask us about our consulting services for ELD functional requirements and certification.

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  • Phase 1
  • Paper
  • E-Log
  • AOBRD
  • ELD
  • Phase 1
  • checkmark green
  • checkmark green
  • checkmark green
  • checkmark green
  • Phase 2
  • red x
  • red x
  • checkmark green
  • checkmark green
  • Phase 3
  • red x
  • red x
  • red x
  • checkmark green
  • End Date
  • Dec. 2017
  • Dec. 2017
  • Dec. 2019
  • N/A

Phase 1

Papercheckmark green
E-Logcheckmark grey
AOBRDcheckmark green
ELDcheckmark green

Phase 2

Paperred x
E-Logred x
AOBRDcheckmark grey
ELDcheckmark grey

Phase 3

Paperred x
E-Logred x
AOBRDred x
ELDcheckmark green

End Date

PaperDec. 2017
E-LogDec. 2017
AOBRDDec. 2019
ELDN/A

USA Implementation

Phase 1: Awareness and Transition A carrier or driver may use a registered ELD, AOBRD, logbook software or paper logs for records of duty status until December 2017.

Phase 2: Phased-in compliance A carrier or driver may use a registered ELD or AOBRD for records of duty status until December 2019. An AOBRD must be installed prior to December, 2017 to qualify for use until 2019.

Phase 3: Full Compliance A carrier or driver MUST use a registered ELD for records of duty status.

Verigo certification

When it comes to software certification, we want to be certain we have a robust and comprehensive log book that is reliable, repeatable and defensible. We worked with a team of engineers from UA Solve to develop automated and real-time test software that analyzes 1000 test cases of both compliant and non compliant sample log sheets. We went the extra step so you can go the extra mile worry free. Verigo was an active participant on the Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee making several recommendations and have been referenced 15 times in the final rule document.

Canada ELD Implementation

On February 15th, 2016 the Canadian federal government announced it will implement new safety regulations in two years that are aligned with U.S. efforts to tackle fatigue among truck and bus drivers. The regulations will cover cross-border and interprovincial travel and should be in place when similar rules in the U.S. come into force in late 2017. The technical specifications and standards for electronic logging device (ELD) technology may differ slightly between the U.S. and Canada, but should not be necessarily inconsistent.