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US Compliance Services partners with Nextraq to deliver the latest and most innovative technologies in electronic logging, or eLog, solutions. Our devices meet and exceed DOT and FMCSA mandate requirements, and make it easy to monitor, track and maintain your fleet.
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When it comes to our goal of customer satisfaction, the proof is in the pudding; we work hard to earn and keep your business. Let us help get you set up with the right ELD equipment for your operation. We won't be satisfied until all of your questions and have been answered and you have full confidence in your new Electronic Logging Device set up.
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We know how important your trucking business is to you. That is why we make it our top priority to get you on the road fast. We offer same-day processing on DOT numbers, as well as 24-hour turnaround on most services. Call us today to cut through the red tape and get started on your trucking career.
WHY ELECTRONIC LOGGING DEVICES?
While some truck carriers or companies still employ paper log books to monitor their drivers’ time and efficiency, many have embraced new technology and made the soon-to-be-mandatory switch to electronic logging devices (ELDs) or eLogs.
Going electronic offers new opportunities to become more efficient and improve your service for customers. But this new technology also brings additional responsibilities for compliance. It’s important to know how to use these devices and what sort of regulations are to govern their use.
US Compliance Services works with NexTraq® to offer services and solutions to ensure you get the most out of your ELDs or eLogs. It can be confusing and difficult to transition to this new way of logging Hours Of Service (HOS). We can help make the transition a smooth one and improve your operations going forward by providing valuable services such as:
- Registering new units
- Making sure you have the proper permits
- Combining data from paper and electronic logs
- Verifying the accuracy of your records
- Cross-checking records for inconsistencies
HOURS OF SERVICE REVIEWS
One reason for using ELDs and eLogs is ensuring each of your drivers are staying in compliance under hours of service regulations set by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
You don’t want an inaccurate log getting you in trouble with FMCSA. You also want to ensure your records are correct so you don’t cost your company or your clients unnecessary time from violations or uncertainty over how many more hours a driver can go. ELDs and eLogs make it easy to track this information if you know how to go about it.
US Compliance Services can also use eLogs and ELDs for DQ, or driver qualification files. Keeping these files current and maintaining the most up-to-date information ensures you get the best possible representation on the road and have information readily available if requested.
Be Prepared With ELD and ELOG Audit Services and Assistance from US Compliance Services & NexTraq®
Have you ever wondered what would happen in the case of an audit? Or have you received notice that you are being audited? Presenting organized ELD and eLog compliance evidence will help you through any potential audit, with files that are up-to-date and contain all the relevant records of driver logs and time sheets.
Letting US Compliance Services & NexTraq® take care of this for you can help your business thrive and continue operating efficiently. It frees you to perform the managerial tasks that keep your company running. With you handling the higher-level jobs and US Compliance Services overseeing the paperwork, you can feel confident you have covered all your bases.
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Let our team of experts walk you through the USDOT application process. We can get you a USDOT number same day, and provide you with a thorough review to ensure that you are in compliance with all FMCSA and USDOT regulations. Call today to get your USDOT number.
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