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Creating a Driver Account

This article covers how to create a driver account and log into the ONE20 Dashboard. If you are an independent driver who uses the ONE20 F-ELD solution independently or as a member of a fleet, you should create a driver account.
  1. Go here: https://dashboard.myone20.com. The Welcome screen displays. 

  1. In the Welcome screen, click the Set Up Driver Account button. 
  2. In the Email field, enter an email that you would like to use for your ONE20 Dashboard account. 

  1. Click the Continue With Email button. The Become a ONE20 Member screen displays.

  1. In the Password field, enter a password that you would like to associate with your ONE20 Dashboard account. This value must be at least six characters.

  1. Click the Sign Up button. The Welcome to ONE20 screen displays. 

  1. In the Welcome to ONE20 screen, enter this information:
  • First Name: Enter your first name. For example: "Philip".
  • Last Name: Enter your last name. For example: "Miller". 
  • Phone Number: Enter your phone number with area code. For example: "5551231234". 
  • Driver's License #: Enter your commercial driver's license number. For example: "78938465".
  • Driver's License State: Choose the state where your commercial driver's license (CDL) was issued. 
  1. Click the Next button. The What type of driver are you screen displays.

  1. In the What type of driver are you screen, choose the option that best describes the type of driver that you are. 
  2. Click the Next button. The Carrier Home Terminal Details screen displays. 

  1. Enter this information:
  • Carrier Name: Enter your carrier's name. 
  • DOT #: Enter your carrier's United States Department of Transportation number.
  1. Click the Next button. The Complete Your Driver Profile screen displays.

  1. Enter this information:
  • HOS Ruleset: Choose the type of rule set you would like to use. 
  • Timezone: This is the time zone of your home terminal zip code. The value that is entered here is determined by the value that you enter for your home terminal zip code.
  • Yard Moves: Enable this option if you would like to use personal conveyance. Disable this option if you would not like to use personal conveyance. "Personal conveyance" is any time you are operating the commercial motor vehicle to do personal things. This field is disabled by default. 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. 
  • Personal Conveyance: Enable this option if you would like your ELD solution to be able to log and record "yard moves." Yard moves are any slow, short movements that a driver makes while not driving a route. For example, if you want to move your truck around the yard without being put into driving status, your ELD would record a yard move, which helps you optimize your available drive time. If you enable this option, you can choose the "Yard Move" status before you move your truck a very short distance. Then, when you move your truck, the motion does not change your status to "driving." You will not automatically be put into "Driving" based on any time, speed, or distance threshold. It is very important to remember to manually change your status to "Driving" when you leave the yard. Also, 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. Click the Next button. Your ONE20 F-ELD Dashboard account is created. 
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