When the ELD detects motion but no driver is connected to it, the motion is logged as an "unidentified activity" under the Unidentified Profile. All unidentified activity recorded by your ELD in the last 15 days will be stored for law enforcement review. This information cannot be deleted. If you were the driver at the time, you can easily assume this activity as your own and automatically update your log accordingly without any further edits required, or you can reject it if it was not yours. However, rejected unidentified activity will still remain reviewable by law enforcement under the Unidentified Profile during a roadside inspection.
- In the ONE20 F-ELD app, tap the More menu option. The More screen displays.
- Tap the Manage Unidentified Activity option. The Manage Unidentified Activity screen displays, showing all of the unidentified activities that have been recorded by your ELD in the last 15 days.
- From the list of unidentified activities, choose the activity (or multiple activities) that you would like to assign to yourself. When an activity is chosen, a check mark displays in the box next to the activity.
- Tap the Assign to Me button. If you selected multiple activities, you are asked to determine if you were "On Duty Not Driving" between unidentified driving activity events. If this is true, tap Yes. The chosen activities are assigned to your logbook and log history. You should review your log to make sure it's accurate. Note that if the log that you changed was already certified, you need to re-certify it.