New ELD Features
Below is a preview of new features and improvements that will be coming soon. Please check this page regularly for additional updates.
Show Password feature is now available at Log in
To improve usability on small screens, users now have the option to view their typed password. From the login screen on the app, just click or tap the eye symbol in the Password field.
New limit on trailer attachments
The number of trailers that can be attached in the app has been limited to four (4). If a user tries to add more than four trailers, an error message displays. This measure will support trailer management and accuracy. If you have more than four trailers attached, you will have to remove the surplus attachments before adding more.
Improved flexibility for adding manual HOS logs
The number of days in which manual logs can be added to the app has increased from 10 days to 14 days. Since drivers can view logs for up to twice their cycle period, drivers on a 60 hours/7 Day ruleset are no longer limited to viewing logs for the past 10 days. They can now view their logs for the past two cycles, for a total of 14 days. For Canadian rulesets, the number of days is 28.
Canadian HOS start of day workflow update
For better usability, Canadian drivers are now prompted to choose a new start of day time after resetting their cycle. The time set by default
Updated legal attestations for Canadian DVIRs
The legal attestations for Canadian DVIRs have been updated to correspond to their respective provinces. For drivers in Canadian Provinces, the following legal attestations must be acknowledged when signing current DVIRs, as well as reviewing previous DVIRs. The location on the DVIR log is used to determine which Provincial attestation to display on the DVIR.:
- Alberta: “I declare that the vehicle shown above has been inspected in accordance with the requirements set forth in the Alberta Regulation 121/2009”
- Manitoba: “I declare that the vehicle shown above has been inspected in accordance with the applicable requirements of XXX” where XXX is the schedule of defects used or the name of the defects list.
- Quebec, Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan: “I declare that the vehicle shown above has been inspected in accordance with applicable requirements”
- Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, British Columbia: “I declare that the vehicle shown above has been inspected in accordance with the requirements set forth in the Canadian Federal NSC Standard 13”
When no defects are logged on a DVIR in Canada, the screen displays the following confirmation: “No Major or Minor defects found”.
Below is an overview of new features and improvements that were included in the 1903 release.
Add an annotation for Adverse driving exemptions
When you apply the Adverse driving conditions exemption, you will be prompted to enter an annotation with a minimum of four characters. Annotations are optional, but they provide helpful context when reviewing the HOS logs.
Combined Graph and Logs view
The Graph and Logs information are both displayed under the Logs tab, eliminating the need to flip back and forth between tabs.
Additionally, the following updates to the Logs tab allow Drivers to view their logs more easily:
- The Logs tab displays logs one day at a time. You can navigate to different days using the arrows at the top of the page, or click the date button to select a date from the calendar. The Logs tab displays the starting and ending odometer information for each vehicle.
- If a log requires attention (e.g. verification, requested edits, missing location, etc.), a notification banner display at the top of the Logs tab. Tap the banner, then select a date in the pop-up window to go to that specific log and make the required changes.
DVIR – Update to Other defect option
In the defect lists, the defect selection All in Part has been changed to Other to match how it displays in the app. When the defect is not listed, you can select Other and add a remark to provide more detail about the defect. When you select Other, the system selects the whole part.
DVIR Repair workflow improvement
The DVIR Repair workflow has been improved to signal more clearly that users must resolve each individual defect before clicking Save. In DVIRs with less than five defects, they will open automatically, with the Repaired and Not Necessary options visible.
Notify Driver of Administrator’s edits to a DVIR
When an Administrator edits a DVIR at the same time that a driver is editing it, the driver will receive a notification of the Administrator’s changes, and will prompt them to refresh the app. The user can tap the prompt to view the updates before making any further changes.
Affordable pricing with available inventory. Get a FMCSA-certified Transflo ELD with no up front hardware costs and a lifetime upgrades/warranty on ELD equipment. (An activation fee may apply depending on fleet size)
Transflo Mobile Manage your whole workday – anywhere, anytime! Weigh station bypass, truck navigation with live traffic, E-Logs, loads, documents, & more.
Transflo Completes Electronic Logging Device Registration with FMCSA