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Rand McNally | Forward Thinking E-Logging & EOBR Devices

What is Electronic Logbooks (eLogs) or Electronic On Board Recording (EOBR)?

According to FMCSA Part 395, Hours of Service of Drivers, section 15 (a)(1), "A motor carrier may require a driver to use an automatic on-board recording device to record the driver's hours of service in lieu of complying with the requirements of § 395.8 of this part".

More Importantly, EOBRs are mandated in 2015. All Truckers will be using an EOBR for Hours of Service reporting. RoadTrucker supports 2 EOBRs. One each for Rand McNally and Garmin GPS. So what exactly is an EOBR?

The FMCSA Regulations determine the requirements for an EOBR in section 395.2, 395.8 and 395.15. These sections clearly define 2 distinct types of EOBR and the requirements needed to maintain compliancy and avoid expensive fines. The simple difference is that 1 is connected to, and getting data from the truck and the other is not. See RoadTrucker's complete article on our Trucker's Forum.

The 3 devices below, when used properly meet the requirements for an EOBR, as defined by 395.15. Both the HD100 and the FT1 must be used in combination with a GPS, while the Rand McNally TND760 is a stand alone EOBR with it's own built in GPS.

 A EOBR, can help make logs easy and fast. No paper work and Less HOS violation. The EOBR can help manage driver activity, vehicle inspection reporting, mapping, messaging and more, which can keep you compliant and make your job easier.

What You Need to Know About Wiring Your TND765 or HD100 to Your Truck

E-Log Devices


Rand McNally TND760 Retail eLog Edition EOBR

  • Rand McNally TND 760
  • Free Shipping
  • Price:  $ 695.00


  • Availability:
  • In Stock
  • Warranty:
  • 1 Year
  • Manufacturer:
  • Rand McNally
  • Model #:
  • TND765

Rand McNally eLog TND 765

  • Full Stand-Alone EOBR eLog
  • Fleet Communications via cellular and WiFi
  • Electronic Driver Logs
  • Electronic Vehicle Inspection Reporting
  • HOS alerts and warning for drivers

Rand McNally HD100 E-Log Device

  • Rand McNally HD 100
  • Free Shipping
  • Price:  $ 295.00

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  • Availability:
  • On Order Waiting for Expect Date
  • Warranty:
  • 1 Year
  • Manufacturer:
  • Rand McNally
  • Model #:
  • HD100

Rand McNally HD 100

  • Pair w/ TND720/TND730 for Compliant eLogs
  • Track Duty Status Time
  • Complete DVIRs and Trip Sheets
  • Simplified HOS of Service Compliance
  • Online Access History Logs via Web Portal


Note :This system works with the Rand TND720 or the TND730 units. Don't have one? Check our Rand McNally TND730 or Now!




Electronic Logbooks for Garmin Dezl™

  • Electronic Logbooks for Garmin
  • Free Shipping
  • Price:  $ 349.95


  • Availability:
  • In Stock
  • Warranty:
  • 1 Year
  • Manufacturer:
  • Forward Thinking
  • Model #:
  • FT1

Turn on your Garmin units to an electronic logbooks which can save your time in doing your logs. Manage your driver's activity without maintaining a stack of paper.

Note :This system works with Garmin units. Don't have one? Check our Garmin Dezl770LMT or Garmin Dezl570LMT now!


Features:

  • Add-on to the Garmin DEZL560LMT or DEZL760LMT
  • Electronic Logbooks
  • Navigation and Truck Routing
  • Visual Speeding Display
  • In Cabin Notifications

Rand McNally EOBR for Owner Operators ELD 50

  • Rand McNally EOBR for Owner Operators ELD 50
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  • Price:  $ 149.00


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  • Availability:
  • In Stock
  • Warranty:
  • 1 Year
  • Manufacturer:
  • Rand McNally
  • Model #:
  • ELD-50-9
     ELD-50-6

Rand McNally’s low-cost electronic logging device that plugs right into the 9-pin diagnostic port under your dash. 6-pin also available.

No extra hardware required!

Perfect for the Owner Operator who wants to keep their cost down. Yes, you still need a Service Plan; it is needed to fulfill the FMCSA Requirements.


Features:

  • Keep logs
  • View timers
  • Check engine diagnostics
  • Access log history