KeepTruckin updates ELD app for restart rollback

In response to the Hours of Service (HOS) restart rollback already in effect, electronic logging device (ELD) provider KeepTruckin has released an update for its ELD application that removes the 1:00 am to 5:00 am rest period and 168-hour restart provisions previously required under federal law. 

According to the company, once a driver updates to the app’s latest version, any 34-hour consecutive off-duty period will qualify as a restart.

“We are the first eLogs provider to go live with this change -- one of the advantages of building on the Android and iPhone platforms,” Shoaib Makani, founder & CEO of KeepTruckin told FleetOwner.

“We just released the updated version of our Android app,” he advised. “And we’ve submitted the iOS app to Apple for review. It can take up to seven days for that approval. But we requested expedited review given the urgency.”



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