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Editing Logs

This article covers how to edit driver logs. When you choose to edit logs, you can update things like load details, driver information, vehicle information, ELD information, as well as other miscellaneous information that is included in driver logs.
  1. Click the Driver Logs menu option. The Driver Logs screen displays, showing any available logs. 

  1. Choose the driver whose logs you would like to edit. All of the logs that are available for that driver display. 

  1. Next to the logs you would like to edit, click the button. The Edit Driver Logs screen displays. 

  1. Edit this information:

Load Details

  • Carrier: Edit the name of the driver's carrier. 
  • US DOT #: Edit the United States DOT number that is assigned to the driver.
  • Trailer ID: Edit the number that is assigned to the driver's trailer. 
  • Shipping ID: Edit the shipping number that is assigned to the driver. 
  • Co-Driver ID: Edit the co-driver's identification number. This number is assigned to the co-driver by a fleet or motor carrier. 
  • Co-Driver Name: Edit the co-driver's name. 

Driver Info

  • First Name: Edit the driver's first name. For example: "Philip".
  • Last Name: Edit the driver's last name. For example: "Miller".
  • Email Address: Edit the driver's full email address. For example: "philipmillerone20@gmail.com". 
  • Mobile Number: Edit the driver's full telephone number with area code. For example: "5551231234".
  • Driver's License Number: Edit the driver's commercial driver's license number. For example: "123123456".
  • Driver's License State: Choose the state where the driver's commercial driver's license (CDL) was issued. 

Vehicle Info

  • Truck #: Enter the vehicle's ID number. This value is assigned by the fleet or motor carrier.
  • Truck Plate: Enter the license plate number assigned to the vehicle. 
  • Truck State: Enter the state where the vehicle's license plate was issued. 
  • Start-End Odometer: This information is automatically populated by the Dashboard with the information it receives from the driver's ONE20 Truck Adapter. It shows the start and end odometer reading for a truck in a given day. This information cannot be edited. 
  • Start-End Engine Hours: This information is automatically populated by the Dashboard with the information it receives from the driver's ONE20 Truck Adapter. It shows the start and end engine hours for a truck in a given day. This information cannot be edited.

ELD/Misc Info

  • ELD ID: This information is automatically populated by the Dashboard with the number that was assigned to ONE20 when it was certified through the FMCSA. This field cannot be edited. 
  • ELD Manufacturer: This information is automatically populated by the Dashboard with information is receives from the driver's ONE20 Truck Adapter. This field cannot be edited. 
  • Data Diagnostic Indicators: When this option is enabled, the system detected a data diagnostic event for that day. When this option is disabled, the system did not detect a data diagnostic event for that day. This field is automatically set and cannot be edited.
  • ELD Malfunction Indicators: When this option is enabled, the system detected at least one malfunction for that day. When this option is disabled, the system did not detect malfunctions for that day. This field is automatically set and cannot be edited.
  • Unidentified Driver Records: When this option is enabled, the system detected unidentified driving records for that day. This field is automatically set and cannot be edited.
  • Exempt Driver Status: Enable or disable this option, depending on if the driver is exempt from using an ELD. Enable this option if the driver does not have to use an ELD. Disable this option if the driver does 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. If you want to add an activity, do these steps:
    1. Click the Add Activity button. The Add Log Event screen displays. 

  1. Enter the following information: 
    • Event: Add information for the type of event that occurred. 
    • Time: Edit the time that the event occurred. 
    • Location: Edit the location where the event occurred. 
    • Comment: Edit any notes that you would like associated with the event you're adding to the logs. 
  2. Tap the Add Event button to add the event to the logs. 

 

  1. To save the changes, click the Save button. 
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