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How do I Show My Logs to Law Enforcement?

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http://confluence.drivertech.com:8090/display/SU/Training+Videos

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Using a smartphone as your ELD display

 

 

 

How do I Show My Logs to Law Enforcement?

Question:

How do I Show My Logs to Law Enforcement?

 

Answer:

  • To change to Roadside Audit mode if you are showing your device to a law enforcement officer, select the HOS icon on the TruckPC Main Menu.
  • Touch the Options tab at the top of the page.
  • Here, you select the Change Mode button which will take you to the Roadside Audit button.
  • After touching the Roadside Audit button, you are now in Roadside Audit mode and can share your device with the law enforcement officer.
  • To exit Roadside Audit mode, select HOS from the Main Menu, select the Options tab (If the Options tab is not available, press the Back button until it is in view at the top of the page) and select Change Mode.
  • Select the button labelled Normal and now you are able to perform your day to day tasks.

 

 

 

How-to send HOS ELD logs to Enforcement Officer for Roadside Audit

How-to send HOS ELD logs to Enforcement Officer for Roadside Audit

How-to Enter Roadside Audit Mode” are steps 1 through 5.

Step-by-step guide

  1. Touch the "HOS" icon.
  2. Touch the "Options" tab. This will bring up the Enforcement View button.
  3. Touch the "Enforcement View" button.
  4. Choose whether or not you would like to use a password to exit the Enforcement View mode after you have completed your tasks in Enforcement View. This option will either require a password to exit Enforcement View or not. 
    If you do not want to enter a password to exit Enforcement View, touch "No". If you would like to use a password to exit Enforcement View, touch "Yes" and follow the prompts to verify your Driver Code Password. NOTE: This password is normally NOT your Driver Code, but instead is a password that was set up by your in office personnel. Ask your Safety personnel for more details.

  5. IMPORTANT NOTE: You will now see an Enforcement View icon in the bottom left hand corner area of your screen. 
    This indicates you are in Enforcement View 
    1. To send your HOS logs to the DOT representative while pulled over or at roadside, touch "Send HOS logs to enforcement".
    2. Acquire the Unique Identifying(File Comment) from the enforcement officer or DOT representative and enter it in the "File Comment".
      Touch "Submit"

    3. The enforcement officer or DOT representative should receive the information within moments on his computer, if there is cell or wifi coverage.
  6. COMPLETE: If there is cell or wifi coverage you have successfully sent your HOS logs to the enforcement officer or DOT representative.
    If there is no cell or wifi coverage where you are, you may need to continue to the next step.
  7. To send logs to a mobile device that can be handed to enforcement, touch "Learn how to send to a mobile device that can be handed to enforcement".
    1. Follow the instructions on the screen.
  8. Example on an iPhone: First enable (turn on) Airplane Mode
  9.  Open Wi-Fi settings on mobile device
  10. Associate with DT181614, (your individual number may vary) enter the password "drivertech"
  11. Select sign in prompt, or navigate to ra.drivertech.com, which will show this display. 
    1. Clarification of "or navigate to ra.drivertech.com" 
    2. Open a web browser on your phone. On an iPhone, open Safari. On Android, open Chrome
    3. In the address bar (NOT the search bar), type in ra.drivertech.com , tap Go
  12. You may now hand the mobile device to the enforcement officer or DOT representative.

 

 

Differences between ELD and AOBRD Enforcement View

  • The note in the upper right indicates whether the device is an ELD or an AOBRD:

 

 

  • Sending logs as an ELD will send the logs directly to the FMCSA

 

  • Logs sent from an AOBRD will go to a specified email (provided by Law Enforcement):