VISTA, CALIF. (PRWEB) DECEMBER 17, 2017
Suntech has met all of the ELD requirements that have been mandated by the FMCSA to electronically log (e-Log) commercial drivers’ Hours of Service (HOS) before the Dec. 18, 2017 deadline.
Suntech’s ST20ELD Compliant HOS device combined with its FMCSA Certified ST20ELD Application, allows drivers to easily record, transmit and store all HOS information according to the functional requirements as detailed in the official ELD mandate. ST20 Compliance underwent extensive testing, and along with meeting technical specifications, includes enhancements such as support for Android, multiple rulesets and exemptions – including short-haul exemption and customizable Driver Vehicle Inspection Reports (DVIR).
As part of today’s truck and fleet applications, ELDs installed in commercial motor vehicles can monitor and record a whole host of data about the vehicle and its driver that goes beyond RODS and Driver Vehicle Inspection Reports (DVIR), such as:
- Keeping dispatchers up-to-date on a driver’s status
- Improved load-planning in conjunction with HOS compliance requirements
- Reductions with paper log errors
“The implementation of the FMCSA ELD mandate goes beyond helping drivers more accurately track and manage records of duty status (RODS),” said JC Yang, CEO of Suntech “it ultimately keeps commercial drivers, motor vehicle carriers and public roads safe.”
To inquire about Suntech’s FMCSA Compliance ST20ELD, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit: http://www.suntechus.com
Suntech International USA, Inc. is a member of the Suntech International family with major offices in US, Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Hong Kong and headquarters in Korea. With over 16 years of experience designing, developing, and manufacturing, GPS Asset Trackers and Telematics hardware, Suntech provides scalable solutions for their global partner network.