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HOURS-OF-SERVICE RULESETS

The J. J. Keller® Encompass® Fleet Management system offers more than 30 rulesets to audit drivers as they drive, rather than manually auditing logs after the fact, making log auditing more efficient and eliminating the most probable violations.

J. J. KELLERMOBILE® APP RULE SETS

The KellerMobile® app includes a number of simple settings for common, but unique situations, including team driving (separate and shared devices), personal conveyance, border crossing, hyrail, yard moves and more. 

Numerous rule sets help prevent HOS errors and violations:

  • Alaska 7 Day & Alaska 8 Day
  • California Intrastate Passenger Carrying
  • California Intrastate Property Carrying
  • Canada Cycle 1
  • Canada Cycle 2
  • Exempt Logs 100- and 150-air-mile exception
  • Florida 7 Day & Florida 8 Day
  • Texas
  • TX Oil Field
  • US Oil Field
  • US 60 Hour
  • US 70 Hour 
  • Motion Picture
  • Wisconsin 7 (NOV2006) & Wisconsin 8 (NOV2006)

MANUAL RULESETS

In addition to the rule sets above that are part of the ELD solution, you can manually enter paper driver logs in Encompass and utilize the following rule sets:

  • Arizona Public Service
  • California
  • California Ag
  • California Intrastate Bus
  • Canadian 60/70/120
  • Canadian 60 Only
  • Canadian 70 Only
  • Florida 7 (Oct 2006) & Florida 8 (Oct 2006)
  • Iowa Construction 7 & Iowa Construction 8
  • Michigan
  • Nebraska 7 Day & Nebraska 8 Day
  • North Carolina 7 Day & North Carolina 8 Day
  • Oklahoma 7 Day & Oklahoma 8 Day
  • Oregon 7 Day & Oregon 8 Day
  • Oregon 7 (APR 2007) & Oregon 8 (APR 2007)
  • South Carolina 7 Day & South Carolina 8 Day
  • US 60 Construction & US 70 Construction
  • US 60 Utility & US 70 Utility
  • Wisconsin 7 Day & Wisconsin 8 Day

BENEFITS OF RULESETS 

Hours-of-Service rule sets can be built into the ELD system to do much of the auditing for a carrier. When an allowed exception is used, ELDs prevent a violation because the exception’s requirements are automatically taken into consideration. Examples include the major hours regulations, such as the US 60- and 70-hour limits, US Oil Field exceptions, TX intra-state rules, and the recording of “non-regulated driving” or on-duty (not driving) status when operating a vehicle that isn't regulated as a CMV.

 

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