What is an ELD?
An ELD is a tamper-proof Electronic Log Device that is mounted inside the vehicle to record Hours of Service (HOS), which is used to improve the Health and Safety of operators and help streamline workflows.
When is the ELD Mandate effective?
The Canadian ELD mandate was officially published on June 13th 2019, stating that Canadian drivers must be ELD compliant by June 12, 2021
What is the Canada ELD Mandate?
Taken from the Government of Canada Website:
“Electronic logging devices are tamper-resistant devices that are integrated into commercial vehicle engines. They are intended to ensure that commercial drivers drive within their daily limit and accurately log their working hours. The devices track when and how long drivers have been at the wheel, and ensure they are complying with the Government of Canada’s Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Regulations.”
Range Mobility is one of Canada’s largest resellers of Gamber-Johnson mounting equipment, who specializes in Rugged, Reliable and Responsive mounting solutions for a wide variety of devices. With the ELD requirements being mandatory by June of 2021, the time is now to start thinking about the process of becoming compliant with the new regulations.
Becoming ELD compliant is a financial investment and in order to protect that investment, your fleet deserves solutions to ergonomically and economically fit your operators’ requirements. With Rugged, lockable device cradles you can ensure your investment is protected, tamper-proof and always charged and ready to go!
Why Range Mobility?
Range Mobility is your first resource for mounting solutions in Canada. With our ability to provide solutions across the country or internationally, our team of experts will facilitate the entire process of transitioning to ELDs. From initial consultation to procurement, installation and servicing of the equipment, we have the expertise your fleet requires to stay compliant on the road.