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Updating Your Profile

This article covers how to update your profile information so you can make sure your account information is up-to-date and accurate. It's important to note depending on how your ELD is set up and managed, you may be unable to edit some of your settings and some of your settings may be overwritten by your carrier's settings.
  1. In the ONE20 F-ELD app, tap the More menu option. The More screen displays. 
  2. In the More screen, tap the My Profile option. The My Profile screen displays.


  1. In the My Profile screen, edit this information:
  • Default Info to Form Header: Enable or disable this option. If this option is enabled, the field values default to the corresponding available fields, daily log form header, or the roadside view form header. If this option is disabled, the field values do not default to the corresponding available fields and you have to manually enter the information into the fields. 
  • First Name: Enter your first name. This field is required.
  • Middle Initial: Enter the first letter of your middle name.
  • Last Name: Enter your last name. This field is required. 
  • Suffix: Enter a suffix if you use one in your name. For example: Jr., Sr., III, etc.
  • Driver ID: Enter your driver ID. This value is assigned to you by a fleet or motor carrier. 
  • Driver's License Number: Enter your commercial driver's license (CDL) number. This field is required. 
  • Driver's License State: Choose the state that issued your driver's license. 
  • Driver Exempt from ELD Use: Choose Yes or No, depending on if you are exempt from using an ELD. Choose Yes if you do not have to use an ELD. Choose No if you have to use an ELD. To comply with FMCSA regulations, ELDs must allow a motor carrier to configure an ELD for a driver who may be exempt from the use of the ELD. An example of an exempt driver would be a driver operating under the short-haul exemption in §395.1(e) (100 air-mile radius driver and non-CDL 150-air mile radius driver). Even though exempt drivers do not have to use an ELD,  ELD equipped commercial motor vehicles may be shared between exempt and non-exempt drivers. Motor carriers can use this allowed configuration to avoid issues with unidentified driver data diagnostics errors. It's important to note that if you are working with a carrier, that carrier has the ability to overwrite your settings and it can also prevent you from making changes to this setting.
  1. After you're done making changes, tap the Save button. Your profile information is saved.