$19.99 (CAD)

Starter (No Contract) ($195.00 upfront)

  • Electronic Logbook App
  • Log Auditing
  • Electronic DVIR (Inspection) App
  • ELD (Approved by FMCSA)
  • HOS Alerts
  • GPS Location Tracking
  • Double side ECM adaptor/connector

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$26.99 (CAD)

Starter ($0 upfront)

  • Electronic Logbook App
  • Log Auditing
  • Electronic DVIR (Inspection) App
  • ELD (Approved by FMCSA)
  • HOS Alerts
  • GPS Location Tracking
  • Double side ECM adaptor/connector

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$84.99 (CAD)

Standard ($0 upfront)

  • Electronic Logbook App
  • Log Auditing
  • Electronic DVIR (Inspection) App
  • ELD (Approved by FMCSA)
  • HOS Alerts
  • GPS Location Tracking
  • Double side ECM adaptor/connector
  • Tablet & Ruggedized Tablet Case
  • Tablet Mount Bracket
  • MDM-Security
  • WiFi Connection

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AikSphere  – Electronic Logging Devices (ELDS)

AikSphere’s Electronic Logbook is the best way to do your logs and avoid violations of the FMCSA hours-of-service regulations. Driver’s logs have been made easy through our software. You can track, plan and submit logs using a laptop or mobile device. This is the fastest, easiest way to do logs.

Our Electronic Log is available on your smart devices or AikSphere Compliance Tablets.

AikSphere’s E-logs are

  • integrated with automated IFTA & location tracking.
  • easy to install and compatible with any vehicle class.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

GENERAL RULE ABOUT THE ELD RULE:

Who must comply with the electronic logging device (ELD) rule?

The ELD rule applies to most motor carriers and drivers who are currently required to maintain records of duty status (RODS) per Part 395, 49 CFR 395.8(a). The rule applies to commercial buses as well as trucks, and to Canada- and Mexico-domiciled drivers.

The ELD rule allows limited exceptions to the ELD mandate, including:

  • Drivers who operate under the short-haul exceptions may continue using timecards; they are not required to keep RODS and will not be required to use ELDs.
  • Drivers who use paper RODS for not more than 8 days out of every 30-day period.
  • Drivers who conduct drive-away-tow-away operations, in which the vehicle being driven is the commodity being delivered.
  • Drivers of vehicles manufactured before 2000.

Can an electronic logging device (ELD) be on a smartphone or other wireless device?

Yes. An ELD can be on a smartphone or other wireless device if the device meets the ELD rule’s technical specifications.

Can a driver use a portable electronic logging device (ELD)?

Yes. A driver may use a portable ELD. A portable ELD must be mounted in a fixed position during commercial motor vehicle (CMV) operation (CMV) and visible to the driver from a normal seated driving position. This information can be found in the ELD Rule section 395.22(g).

How long must a motor carrier retain electronic logging device (ELD) record of duty status (RODS) data?

For six months, a motor carrier must keep both the ELD RODS data, and a back-up copy of that data on a separate device. The carrier must ensure that these records are stored securely to protect driver privacy.

What electronically transferred data from electronic logging devices (ELDs) will be retained by Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and other authorized safety officials?

FMCSA will not retain any ELD data unless there is a violation.

 

ELD EXEMPTIONS:

Who is exempt from ELD rule?

Drivers who use the timecard exception are not required to keep records of duty status (RODS) or use ELDs. Additionally, the following drivers are not required to use ELDs; however, they are still bound by the RODS requirements in 49 CFR 395 and must prepare logs on paper, using an Automatic On-Board Recording Device (AOBRD), or with a logging software program when required:

  • Drivers who use paper RODS for not more than 8 days out of every
  • Drivers of vehicles manufactured before 2000.
  • Drivers who are required to keep RODS not more than 8 days within any 30-day period.
  • Drivers who conduct drive-away-tow-away operations, where the vehicle being driven is the commodity being delivered, or the vehicle being transported is a motor home or a recreation vehicle trailer with one or more sets of wheels on the surface of the roadway.
  • Drivers of vehicles manufactured before the model year 2000. (As reflected on the vehicle registration)

Compliant with FMCSA

Fully Compliant with FMCSA’S 395.20 regulations.

Android & iOS Compatibility

Submit all the information you need at your fingertips on your smartphone with the AikSphere E-Logs.

Rules Embedded

Software is Canada-USA Driving rules embedded.

Driving hour modes

AikSphere’s E-logs supportes  Canada / Canada Team / Oil / U.S. 70:8 / 60:7 / Teams / Bus / Short Haul / Texas driving hour modes.

GPS interface

Drivers can enter their current location with a click

DVIR

Drivers can submit their Driver Vehicle Inspection Report.

Recap Math

AikSphere’s E-log shows how many legal driving hours you have left available.

User-Friendly

Exceptionally user friendly environment for Drivers

Advanced Warnings

It provides advanced warnings for HOS violations – hours of service. Violations are clearly shown in RED.

Extensive support.

Help files are built in and help is available by phone, forums, online training, and email.

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