Getting Started

Web-Platform

Web-platform is used for

  • Fleet Management
  • Ensuring Compliance
  • Configuring and setting HOS rules
  • Viewing logs & reports
  • Examining up to the minute driver status and availability
  • & much more!

Logging In

Login to the web-platform at http://www.fleetup.us


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  1. Input your login credentials (username and password)
    1. Login credentials were included in your Shipment email
  2. Click on the green button, New Experience
    • Clicking on the blue button, Classic Mode will take you to our legacy web-platform
  3. You will be directed into the web-platform

Create A Driver

How to create a driver

  1. Log into the web-platform
  2. From the upper right corner, choose your name from the drop down
  3. Click on Setting
  4. From the left side panel, click on Account
  5. You’ll be automatically taken into the Drivers tab
  6. Click on Register New User
  7. A pop up box will appear, fill in all of the required fields
    1. ** Allow PC – Personal Conveyance, allows the driver to use the vehicle for personal use
    2. ** Allow YM – Yard Move,  allows the driver to move the vehicle around the yard or terminal
  8. Click on Save Changes
  9. Your newly created driver will be added to the driver’s list


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Settings

Global Account Settings

In global settings, edit any of the following

  • Company Name
  • Business Type
  • DOT Number
  • Address
  • Phone Number
  • Email – Alert emails are sent here
  • Password
  • Admin Name
  • Time Zone
  • System Measurement
    • US
    • EU
  • Language
    • English
    • Spanish
  • Country
  • 24-hour start time
  • Report Emails – Weekly report emails are sent here

How to edit global account settings

  1. Log into the web-platform
  2. From the upper right corner, choose your name from the drop down
  3. Click on Setting
  4. From the left side panel, click on Account
  5. Click on Global Account
  6. Edit any of the line items (not grayed out)
  7. Click Save


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HOS App

HOS Companion App

**Please refer to http://fleetup.com/guide/#how-to-create-drivers to create your drivers

Driver’s will use the app for

  • Changing status
  • Creating DVIR’S
  • Viewing logs
  • Signing and Certifying logs
  • & much more!

Download the HOS app


Select Vehicle

Select Your Vehicle

Before you start driving, log into the app to select your vehicle

  1. From the vehicles selection page scroll down to the Select Vehicle area
  2. Under the Vehicle column, locate the vehicle you will be using.  Under Driver select Open (if you will be the co-driver, log into the app from your own device, and select Open under the Co Driver column)
  3. A pop up box will appear, asking you to confirm your vehicle selection, click Yes
  4. Back from the vehicles selection page, there will be a check mark to the left of the vehicle, and under the Driver (or Co Driver) column, it will show SELECTED
  5. Congratulations – You’ve selected your vehicle

Driver Vehicle Inspection Report

Create a Post-Trip DVIR

  1. After selecting your vehicle, click on the DVIR button
  2. After being taken into the DVIR page, click on Create New Inspection Report
  3. Complete report details
    1. Report Title (usually titled as Post-Trip DVIR)
    2. Trailer (if any),
    3. Team Driver (if any)
    4. Start Odometer
    5. End Odometer
  4. Report Defects:  Detect no Defects or Detect and list defects
    1. If there are defects, click on the add icon and check mark defects of the vehicle
  5. Input any Notes, and Submit the DVIR
  6. Sign the DVIR in the app and click Send
  7. After signing, you’ll be taken to the DVIR page.  The DVIR just created will now appear

 Create a Pre-Trip DVIR

  1. After you’re done with your shift, from the vehicle selection page click on the DVIR button
  2. From the DVIR page, choose the last post trip DVIR created under DVIR History (report title will be followed by Incomplete – No Signature)
  3. Review the DVIR
  4. If there are no defects, Click Accept.  If there are defects, click Reject
  5. Sign the DVIR within the app and click Send
  6. Pre-Trip DVIR is now completed
  7. Sign the DVIR within the app and click Send
    1. If defects where selected, once defects are repaired, mechanic/carrier manager signs DVIR, and vehicle will be available for use

DVIR Tutorial Video

Change Your Status

Make Status Changes

  1. From the vehicle selection page click on the HOS button
  2. You will be taken to the status tab, scroll down to Current Status
  3. Click on the status you’d like to change to
  4. Off Duty
    1. Personal Conveyance
  5. On Duty
    1. Yard Move
  6. Sleeper Berth
  7. You will receive a pop up asking you to confirm your status change, click Yes
  8. You will receive another pop up, the first line you will fill in your location (if not already filled in), and on the second line you will fill in any notes.  Click on Update
  9. Your new status will now be selected and highlighted
  • **If choosing Personal Conveyance as your status, first choose Off Duty as your status.  Then choose Personal Conveyance
    • If you would like to choose another status after Personal Conveyance, first choose Personal Conveyance to stop the status, then choose another status
  • **If choosing Yard Move as your status, first choose On Duty as your status.  Then choose Yard Move
    • If you would like to choose another status after Yard Move, first choose Yard Move to stop the status, then choose another status

 

Voice Over HOS

Voice Over HOS is Voice Assistance

Drivers will manage and prevent their violations

  1. Log into the app with your user name and password
  2. From the vehicle selection/home page click on the 3 horizontal lines in the upper left hand corner
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the panel and toggle Voice Over HOS to on (when the feature is on the button will slide to the right and turn green)
  4. Go back into the vehicle selection page, and you will now see a speaker next to Status Summary.
    1. Voice Assistant will provide: a welcome message, status information, recommended changes to stay compliant, action items to take
    2. If there is a line through the speaker, that means that the speaker is off
  5. Click on HOS button
  6. The voice assistant will also guide you through the Status tab

 

Tips

  • Drivers can access Voice Over HOS in English and Spanish Mode
  • In order to use Voice Over HOS the device must have Google-Text-to-speech engine installed (for Android)  Go to Device Setting – Language and Input – Text to speech, and see if there is Google Text-to-speech engine listed
    • If not, please download Google Text-to-speech from the Google Play store.

Tutorial Mode

Tutorial Mode

Benefits of Tutorial Mode

  • We’ve kept our driver’s in mind drivers click and learn as they go
  • Learn by following and clicking through the interactive tutor
  • Minimal training
  • Easy and simple to understand

Setting Up Tutorial Mode

  1. Log into HOS app
  2. Go to Settings from the Home Screen (three lines in the top left)
  3. Scroll all the way to the bottom to Tutorial Mode
  4. Enable Tutorial Mode

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Once you Enable Tutorial Mode start the learning fun!

From the Home Screen, you’ll receive a Welcome Message, and you’re ready to begin learning

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Follow the prompts, Tutorial Mode will take you through your day’s steps.

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HOS Tab

Going through this tutorial will teach you exactly how to keep up to date with your status, provide a status summary, and show you your time availability

Logs Tab

This tutorial will make sure you’re an expert at keeping your logs up to date, and correctly certified. Review any DVIR, as well as operation information

Logout Prompts

Logout Page

When logging out of the HOS app you will receive a logout prompt if any action items were missed.  You will be able to go into the action items to complete them before exiting out of the app

You’ll receive a logout prompt if you forget to:

  • Change your Status
  • Create your Post Trip DVIR
  • Sign and Certify your log
  • Release the Vehicle

Logout Prompt Instructions

  1. From the Settings tab, scroll down and choose Log Out
  2. A summary of your logout prompts will appear
  3. Check Switch Status to make sure you are exiting the app with the correct status
    1. If not, click on the status that you would need to log off with
    2. Confirm the status change
  4. If today’s logs haven’t been signed, click on Sign
    1. Sign directly from the certification/signature pop up
  5. If the vehicle has not been released click on the vehicle you are currently using
    1. Click RELEASE from the pop up
  6. After all action items are completed click on Logout

 

Automated Audit and Coaching Mode

Back Office – Admin

  1. In the web-platform, click on the Compliance Tab
  2. Then, click on the Auditing Mode sub-tab
  3. Select your date(s)
  4. Search for the driver
  5. After finding the driver’s name, click the white icon under the Coaching column
  6. A pop up will appear, this coaching message will be sent to the driver
  7. Review the driver’s coaching message, and type a message to the driver (i.e. mistakes made by driver, what the driver needs to work on)
  8. Click on Submit

HOS App – Driver

  1. Driver logs in to app
  2. Upon logging in the Coaching message will automatically appear
  3. Driver will review coaching message and will review any materials and resources as instructed by their Manager

Installation

3NX ELD Device

INSTALLATION KIT

ELD Device

Extension Cable – Passenger Vehicle

9Pin or 6Pin Splitter Cable – Heavy Duty Vehicle

Zip Ties

 

Instructions

FIND THE OBD PORT

 Locate your On-Board Diagnostic (OBD) Port. It is generally found underneath your steering wheel. If you have difficulty locating it, use this tool for help.

 

STEP 1

 

CONFIRM

Check the device for the VIN to make sure you are installing the correct device to its assigned vehicle

DEVICE OFF

Vehicle’s engine must be OFF prior to installing the device.   Plug in your CABLE to the OBD port

INSTALL

Plug in the device to the cable

 

STEP 2

Turn on the Engine and let it run for 5 minutes

Check the device for the 3 LED lights

GREEN (GPS)

The GREEN light should be  blinking or solid

ORANGE (Network Connection)

The ORANGE light should be solid

If it is blinking, wait another minute until light is solid.

RED (Power)

The RED light should be blinking or solid

 

STEP 3

Recommended – Secure the device inside of the dashboard

If the device or cable unplugs, the device will not work or collect new data.

If you don’t secure the device or hide it in your dashboard, the device could become damaged or unplugged by an employee or thief.

Passenger Vehicle: Please use extension cable and zip ties to secure the device under the dashboard.

Heavy Duty Vehicle: Please make sure to turn your 9 PIN or 6 PIN cable’s head to lock the connection to the OBD port. Secure the device under the dashboard using zip ties and harness loose cables together.

Installation Video

Verification

Online Verification

  1. Verify the device by first logging into the FleetUp web-platform  http://www.fleetup.us
  2. Upon logging in, you will be automatically directed to the Maps tab (default)
  3. From the left hand side panel, locate the vehicle
    • Green icon indicates the vehicle is online
    • White icon indicates the vehicle is offline
  4. Check mark the box to the left of the vehicle, the vehicle’s location will appear on the map

 


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FAQS

 FAQS

1. I can’t find the OBD Port!

– Contact your mechanic; they use a scanner/diagnostic tool to diagnose your vehicle and plug their tool in your OBD port.

2. The RED light doesn’t turn on!

– Check your Fuse box. If the RED light doesn’t appear, then it means there is no electric power. It is likely that the fuse is out. Replace broken fuse.

3. The ORANGE light doesn’t turn on!

– There is weak signal or no coverage in the area you are trying to install the device. Try driving around with the device plugged in for a day. It should connect to the network on its own, as you drive.

4. The GREEN light doesn’t turn on!

– Make sure you have sky access so the device can receive satellite signal. We encourage you to drive around for a day and let us know of this issue. We will monitor the device and update the firmware remotely.

Assistance

DO YOU NEED ASSISTANCE?

Contact us if you require assistance during the installation process!

support@fleetup.com

855-274-2886 ext. 3

4CJ Asset Tracking

INSTALLATION KIT

4CJ Device

Locking String

RFID Card

Power Cable

 

Device Setup

DEVICE SETUP

  1.  Locking String: Lock the device
  2. Swipe Card Area: Swipe RFID card to remove the lock (located on the left side of the device)
  3. LED Indicators:
LED Indicator Status Instructions
GPS (Blue) Blinking slowly
Blinking every 3 Seconds
Off
GPS Signal is valid
GPS signal is invalid
The device is in sleep mode, or the power is off
GSM (Green) Blinking rapidly
Blinking
Connected and sending data
Not connected to the FleetUp server, and not sending data
LVS (Yellow) Blinking Battery is less than 30%
CHG (Red/Green) Charging or fully charged Charging – Red
Fully charged – Green

 

Instructions

HOW TO USE THE 4CJ

Unlock the 4CJ device

 

  1. Wave the RFID card over the swipe card area
  2. Pull out the locking string carefully, after the beep

Lock the 4CJ device

  1. Plug in the swipe card side (left)
  2. Plug in the other side (right)

Attach the 4CJ device

  1. Attach the 4CJ Device to a metallic surface using the back-mounted magnet
  2. Lock the right side of the string around the object
  3. Be sure the RFID reader side is facing towards you, to unlock the tracker after use

Charge the 4CJ Device

      

  1. Plug the power cable into the 4CJ
  2. Plug the USB Cable into any USB outlet to charge the 4CJ
    • Or hard wire the power cables into the brake lights (Optional Trailer only)

Installation Video

Verification

Online Verification

  1. Verify the device by first logging into the FleetUp web-platform  http://www.fleetup.us
  2. Upon logging in, you will be automatically directed to the Maps tab (default)
  3. From the left hand side panel, locate the device
    • Blue icon indicates the device is online
    • Red icon indicates the device is offline
  4. Check mark the box to the left of the device, the device’s location will appear on the map

 


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Assistance

DO YOU NEED ASSISTANCE?

Contact us if you require assistance during the installation process!

support@fleetup.com

855-274-2886 ext. 3

New Experience

Map Tab

Now “Fullscreen Map” is available.

Simply click the fullscreen icon on the right top side on the map
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Geofencing is under Map Tracking

Now Geofencing is the same position as Map Tracking. Simply select “Geofencing”

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Vehicle Tab

General Functions

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Dashboard

  1. Click Dashboard icon
  2. Select chart(s)
  3. Select date range

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Vehicle Report

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  1. Select date range
  2. Click Vehicle Report icon to generate the report as an excel file

Customizable Columns by the Filter

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Click the “filter” icon, select existing filter or “Edit filters” to Edit or Add New Filter

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Create your own vehicle tab columns.

  1. Create new filter name
  2. Select columns that you want to see in the vehicle tab
  3. Select vehicles that you want to see in the vehicle tab

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Report Tab

Fuel Waste Report

One of the best feature of FleetUp is Fuel Waste Report. Now you can check the report with visualized graphs.

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User Guide & Support

Online User Guide and Knowledge Center

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Maps

View vehicle activities from Maps tab

View the live map with

  • Satellite Imagery
  • Online Vehicles
  • Offline Vehicles

View your offline and online vehicles

  1. From the Maps tab (default)
  2. From the left hand side panel,  your vehicles and assets are listed
  3. Click Status filter from the map
  4. From the drop down choose Online Vehicles, Offline Vehicles, and/or License Number to filter the vehicles you’d like to view on the map


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Select Vehicles to View

From the vehicle list on the left, check mark the vehicle(s) and/or asset(s) you’d like to view

  • Online vehicles will be green icons
  • Offline vehicles will be white icons
  • Online assets are blue icons
  • Offline assets are red icons

View the information box

  1. From the Map, locate the  online vehicle (green icon) you’d like to view
  2. Hover over the green icon, and left click once
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Track Your Delivery

Track your Delivery (TYD)

  1. From the information box, click the Track Your Delivery button
  2. Type in the destination address
  3. Click on the magnifying glass to view route summary
  4. Route summary will show the best route(s) to take
  5. Click on the envelope icon to register the track ID
  6. Write a note the to recipient
  7. Click on register
  8. Type in your email address
  9. Type in the recipient’s email address
  10. Click on send email
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Vehicle

Vehicles Tab will provide vehicle information

View Vehicle Trip History

    1. Click on Vehicles Tab
    2. Choose the date range
    3. Click on the magnifying glass under details
    4. Scroll to locate the trip you’d like to view
    5. After you locate the trip, click on the play icon under the Replay column
    6. After the Vehicle replay screen pops up, hit the Play button to view


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Search from the Vehicles Tab

  1. In the search box type, what you’re looking for and results will automatically populate


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Click the report icon, and the information will generate into an excel spreadsheet


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Search by date

  • Choose the date range or create your range under Custom Range
  • Hit apply


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Filters

Create & Edit Filters

Create a Filter

  1. Click on the vehicles tab
  2. Click on the filter icon
  3. Click on edit filters
  4. Create the filter – set filter name
  5. Select data to show
  6. Select account(s) to apply data to
  7. Save filter
  8. Click on the filter you just created
  9. View the data


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Compliance

In Compliance Tab:

  • View driver’s current status
  • View logs
  • View and assign UDR’S
  • View and sign off on DVIR’S
  • View IFTA reports

Status

 View driver’s current status

  1. Click on Compliance
  2. Click on Status
  3. From Status in the home area use the drop down to choose a status, and view driver’s in that current status

 

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Logs

Digital logs, signed and submitted

  1. From the left hand panel, choose a driver by clicking on their name
  2. The driver’s log(s) will appear by date
    • Specify dates to see logs from those dates
  3. Check mark any/all boxes in the first column to the left, to export driver’s logs from those dates
  4. Click the magnifying glass under Details to view the driver’s digital logs


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Unidentified Driving Record (UDR)

View & Assign UDR’s to the driver

    1. Assign an UDR by clicking on the arrows under Assign
    2. Click on the driver to assign the UDR
    3. Click Save Changes

The Driver will log into the HOS app, and follow these steps

  1. Go to the side bar menu and click on Edit Suggestions
  2. Accept or Reject the UDR
  3. Upon acceptance,  Sign
  4. Click Save


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IFTA

 IFTA Reporting

Create an IFTA report

  1. Click Compliance
  2. Click IFTA
  3. From the left hand panel, choose the vehicles you’d like an IFTA report for
  4. Choose the dates
  5. IFTA information will populate


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Export the file

  1. From Export To use the drop down to choose IFTA
  2. The report will download
  3. After download, open the report


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Geofences

Geofences are virtual perimeters

  • Create an unlimited amount of geofences
  • Receive alerts when you drivers enter and/or exit geofences
  • Receive Delivery Trip Analysis information from geofence alerts

 

Geofence Capabilities

Geofences is an application with many capabilities:

  •  a time card system (time-in & time-out) with alert notifications
  • notifications of speeding violations in an area
  • visit time in a Geofence
  • transit time from one Geofence to another
  • boundary alert system
  • arrival/departure notification

**Do you have numerous geofences to create?  Don’t have the time, manpower, or just need assistance?  We offer Create your Business Map to assist with your Geofence needs, please contact support@fleetup.com   for more information

Geofence Tab

View geofence alerts

  1. From the left hand panel, check mark the box to the left of the the vehicle(s) you’d like to see geofence information for
  2. In the main panel, geofence information will show for the chosen vehicles
  3. Toggle between Visit, Transit, and Geofence  information
    • Visit will show you time spent in the Geofence
    • Transit will show you time spent from one Geofence to another
    • Geofence will show you exiting and entering information into the geofence
  4. Click on the report icon next to the Visit, Transit, Geofence toggle button to export the report into a CSV file.

 

 


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Create a Geofence

Create a Geofence

  1. From the Maps Tab, toggle from Map Tracking to Geofence
  2. Type in the Location you’d like to create for the geofence and click Go
  3. Choose the shape of the geofence: radial or polygon
  4. Choose the color of the geofence
  5. Draw your Geofence
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Edit Geofence

Edit Geofence Description

  1. From the Maps tab, toggle from Map Tracking to Geofence
  2. From the left panel, click the icon to the right of the Geofence name
  3. When the Edit Geofence box pops up, click Edit in the bottom right
  4. Edit the geofence fields
    1. Enter the name of geofence in Fence Name
    2. Enter a Description of the geofence
    3. Choose which Vehicle Group / Vehicle(s) to apply to the geofence
    4. Receive Entering and Exiting alerts by putting a check mark in the boxes
    5. Set the Speed Limit within the geofence
    6. Set the Email that will receive Entering geofence alerts
      1. Set multiple emails using ; (i.e. fleetuptrucking@fleetup.com; management@fleetup.com)
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Settings

Account Setting

1. How to Create Observer/Supervisor Accounts

  1. Click “+ New User” button
  2. Create user with Role Type set to “Observer/Supervisor”
  3. Submit

1. AS - obsever

2. How to Create Driver Accounts

  1. Click “+ New User” button
  2. Create user with Role Type set to “Driver”
  3. Fill out driver account information
  4. Select vehicle(s) for the driver
  5. Set HOS rules
  6. Enter user name
  7. Phone number & E-mail information
  8. Submit

2. AS- Driver

3. How to Create Groups

  1. Go to “Admin” tab
  2. Click “+ New Group” button
  3. Create group name and click “Submit” button

3. AS - Group

4. How to Assign Groups

  1. Go to “Device Setting” tab
  2. Select a vehicle and click Edit icon on right
  3. Go to second tab “Vehicle Info.”
  4. Assign the vehicle to a group and update

4. Account Setting - group assign

5. Global Account settings – set email(s) to receive reports and alerts.

“E-Mail” is for daily and instant alert emails.

“Report Emails” is for weekly report emails

5. AS - Global Setting

Device Setting

1. How to Update Vehicle Information

  1. Select a vehicle and click edit icon on right
  2. Go to second tab “Vehicle Info.”
  3. Update necessary information and click Update

1. Vehicle Info update

2. How to Update Odometer

  1. Select a vehicle and click pencil icon to edit.
  2. Go to last tab “Odometer.”
  3. Type in your vehicle’s odometer value click Submit

2. Odometer

 

 

 

Command

Map

Maps tab allows you to view your offline and online vehicles

You can view the live map with

  • Satellite Imagery
  • Live Traffic
  • Online Vehicles
  • Offline Vehicles

01 Map General Info

Maps tab allows you to view your vehicles in real time

View your offline and online vehicles

    1. From the Maps tab, on the right, you have a list view of all your vehicles and assets
    2. Click Status filter from the map
    3. From the drop down choose Online Vehicles, Offline Vehicles, and/or License Number to filter the vehicles you’d like to view

 

Select Vehicles to View on the Map

From the vehicle list on the right you can check the box of the vehicle or asset you’d like to see on the map

  • Online vehicles will be green icons
  • Offline vehicles will be white icons
  • Online assets are blue icons
  • Offline assets are red icons

If the vehicle you’ve selected is on, you will see its current location on the map, if the vehicle is off, you will see its last known location

**a vehicle is on when the engine is on, a vehicle is off when the engine is off

02 Select Vehicle

Trip Trail Feature

(view the trail of the vehicle’s current trip)

Curious as to where your vehicle started its current trip? Select ‘Trip Trail’ and look for the blue path the vehicle left behind.

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Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) Feature

  1. Go to the Map tab
  2. Select an online vehicle (green)
  3. Click ETA on the vehicle information window. It will pop open a new Google Maps window
  4. Click the Directions button
  5. Type in a destination and enter
  6. It will show ETA from current location to the destination

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Geofence

Geofence – How to Draw Geofences

  1. Go to Geo Fencing sub tab of Map Tab
  2. Find location via map or search bar
  3. Select shape of geofence (circle or polygon) and color
  4. Draw geofences
  5. Save/Erase
  6. Edit your geofences

1. How to Draw Circle Geofences

1. Geofence circle

2. How to Draw Polygon Geofences

2. Geofence Poly

3. Geofence Settings

3. Geofence Setting

4. Geofence Edit/Delete

4. Geofence Edit Delete

5. Generate Geofence Report

5. Geofence Report

  1. Select vehicle(s)
  2. Set desired date range
  3. Click export report icon

Vehicle

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1. Header

2. Vehicles Tab general description

2.Vehicles Tab general info

3. Sorting Feature 

Each Column is sortable by clicking the header (Vehicles, License No, Hours, Miles, Fuel, MPG, and Alerts).

3. Vehicle Sorting

4. Trip Replay Feature

This feature allows a user to review individual trips including events such as speeding, high RPM, idling, and more!

4. Vehicle Trip Replay

5. Trip Replay General Overview

5. Trip Replay general info

6. Daily Trip Trail

Daily Trip Trail feature allows a user to review daily trips. Selecting each trip or all trips during a day shows drove routes. With this feature, a fleet manager will be able to analyze more efficient routes and inform to drivers.

Daily Trip Trail

 

 

Alert

1. Alert Tab General Overview

1 Alert general info

2. How to check alerts (1)

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How to check alerts (2)

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3. Check Driving Events and Vehicle Alerts.

All headers are sortable.

3. Alert general

4. How to Check Alert Location on Map

4. Alert Location Check on Map

5. How to Look up Engine Trouble Codes

  1. Click DTC alert number
  2. Copy one Alert Code
  3. Click the link of www.obd-codes.com
  4. Paste into search box and press enter

5. How to Look up Engine Code Data

 

Engine Hour on Vehicle Alert

Engine Hour on Vehicle Alert 

FleetUp provides total Engine hours next to Odometer on Alert tab. Certain industries such as car carrier, construction, mining, and oil field businesses use trucks with idling for their field operations instead of driving many miles. They would use Engine hours instead of odometer to match with engine or maintenance problems.

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Reports

1. Reports include items as follows:

1. Report Chart

2. Visual Chart Feature

  1. Select vehicle(s) on left
  2. Select date range
  3. Select report type and click search button
  4. To download report, click export report button

2. Report Visual Chart

3. Multiple Vehicle Data Selection & Report

  1. Select one or more vehicles
  2. Set date range
  3. Click search icon
  4. Check visual report
  5. Data graph can be disabled/enabled by clicking the descriptions which are found below the chart.
  6. Select Report Type : Driver Report, Weekly Report, Monthly Report, Trip Data, Alert Data, Odometer Data, Daily Speed Data, Speed Fence Report, State Mileage Report, Productivity Report
  7. Click Report icon to download a report

3. Report sorting and generating report

 

Daily Trip Summary

Daily Trip Summary feature allows a user, to map out the routes of all trips taken in one day. Users have the option to ‘load’ a specific trip or all trips. Using this feature, a fleet manager can analyze all trips and stops made and create a more efficient delivery route to optimize their daily operations. Daily Trip Trail will also support the ‘breadcrumb’ feature. Users can select the interval for which they wish to view breadcrumbs — a breadcrumb will tell user the timestamp, location and speed along the trip.

Daily Trip Trail

Geographic Driving Pattern

Geographic Driving Pattern

FleetUp provides driving event data details – Speeding, Idling, and RPM  with time record and geographic location.  Driving events are very necessary to verify and analyze driver’s safety, harsh driving patterns, fuel waste, or delay on job delivery. FleetUp provides driving events for a time period on the map as ‘Geographic Driving Pattern’ that customers can view at a glance.  

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Enterprise Mode

Enterprise mode

Enterprise mode has separate ID/PW access for children or branch accounts with ‘customizable table and report’ that a customer creates using the filter for account, items for Vehicle information and HOS violation.

Example: Customer A can create their own filter for mileage, driving hour only for 3 accounts, Customer B can create their own filter for idling, speeding for all accounts. Customer can load these filter data for time period to display on table and download as report.

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Compliance

HOS WEB

Driving Status Monitor

01. HOS Web Driver Status

How to Generate HOS Log Report

02. HOS web - how to generate log report

HOS Rule Setting

03. HOS rule setting

UDR (Unidentified Driving Record)

UDR upgrade with idling 

The unidentified driving record will now display the idling amount that will be assigned to the driver that accepts that driving record with idling which can be used for On-Duty over 5 min.

From Online platform, the supervisor can assign UDR(s) to driver(s).

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On the APP, the driver will see “Edit Suggestions” and assigned UDR(s). the driver will accept or reject according to the driver’s actual work.

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HOS Mobile App

1. How to Change Status in Previous Log

Editing previous log

01. App edit log

2. How to Add a Status in Previous Log

Adding a new status in previous log

 

02. App add log

3. How to Change Date

Changing date

03. App Change Date

4. How to Create New DVIR

  1. Tab “Create” button on right top corner to create new DVIR

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2. Fill out all necessary information such as Report Ref No. Vehicle No, Trailer No, Co-Driver, Start Odometer, and End Odometer.
3. if there is any defects, tab on “No Defects” it will pop up defects list to select.

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4. Select any defects on your vehicle/trailer , and tab “Ok” button

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5.If there is any defects, it will automatically select “I detect any list defects in this vehicle…..”
6. fill-out Remarks and Carrier Address.
7. Tab “Submit” button at the bottom right

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8. Sign pad pops out
9. Sign and tab “Save” button to certify the DVIR.

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Voice over HOS

The ELD Mandate deadline is fast approaching. Carriers and freight brokers (3PLs) are concerned about the potential for HOS violations, but none are more worried than the drivers themselves. Drivers will need to not only understand the new compliance regulations, but they will also need to learn how to use new equipment and software—or risk violating the law and receiving a hefty fine.

FleetUp Voice Over HOS eliminates the training and usage issues drivers are facing.

Voice Over HOS from FleetUp is a voice assistant that is triggered by HOS events. Without any training needed, drivers are prompted on what they need to do, when to do it, and what needs to happen next to stay violation-free—in their native language.

By leveraging Voice Over HOS from FleetUp, the need for driver training is eliminated, and complete HOS compliance is accessible to all drivers—including those who aren’t native English-speaking professionals.

“The ability to hear the available hours and required rest time alerts without having to take their eyes off the road to look at a device is a game-changer. I expect FleetUp will not only reduce HOS violations, but also dramatically improve driver safety.”

Samuel Mayfield
FMCSA-Certified Instructor, DOT Compliance Expert

Adjustable Driving

Adjustable Driving

Driver‘s status automatically changes to DRV when vehicle speed is over 5 mph.

When under 5 mph, the driver is allowed to change status to On-Duty.

If the vehicle goes above 5 mph, the driver‘s status will automatically change to DRV. When the engine is off, the driver can freely change statuses.

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Idling On-Duty Status Mode 

Screen Shot 2017-05-11 at 3.29.29 PMAfter 5-minute idling ( Stationary time has passed over 5 min. with less 5 mph  ), HOS App. will ask the driver if they are still driving.

If the driver doesn’t provide an answer for 60 sec., then driver’s status will automatically change to On-duty.

 

I-RODS

I-RODS

This is an inspection mode of the App. It only shows driver’s record and necessary information to get inspection.

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I-RODS with Email option

Driver can send out RODS report by email to anyone including their manager or inspector.

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Tutorial Video in App

HOS Driver App. with Tutorial Video 

On the 1st page, Driver can find a Video icon to watch the HOS App. tutorial Video  in Spanish with English Subtitles.

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On-Demand

Speed Limit on Geofence

Speed Limit on Geofence

How to Set Speed Limit on Geofence

Want to know when drivers exceed a certain speed limit WITHIN a geofence? Enter in a speed limit for your geofences!

NOTE: The email address entered for individual geofences will NOT receive the speeding alert; the email address will only receive delivery confirmation alert. Your email address(es) on file, for the account, will receive the speeding alert for geofences.

2. Speed limit on geofence

 

Distance Report for IFTA

Distance report for IFTA

The customer can find ‘Distance Report’ on Report Tab which has account summary and individual report by vehicles.   They can download a report by time period by selecting vehicles from previous day to 6 month earlier. We have increased the accuracy of state travel mileage up to 99%, and increased the report loading performance to be faster.  IFTA feature is optional, but we can turn on for past period data report.

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IFTA Report

How to generate an IFTA Report

  1. Go to Report tab
  2. Select vehicle(s)
  3. Select date range
  4. Select “State Mileage Report
  5. Click  generate report icon

IFTA Report

e-Maintenance

e-Maintenance

(Need to input Odometer values to achieve accurate values. e-Maintenance values must be reset after maintenance)

e-Maintenance Feature
Use FleetUp’s e-Maintenance log to keep track of your preventative maintenance tasks. With your odometer data, FleetUp will show you how many miles remain, helping you stay on schedule with your maintenance tasks.
When you perform these routine tasks, be sure to input having completed the task on our e-Maintenance chart. This will reset how many miles you have left to drive.

If the FleetUp device was removed from your vehicle, be sure to manually update your odometer data online — our device cannot log trips driven when the device was unplugged!

1. How to Set Global Settings

3. eMaintenance

2. How to Apply Global Setting

eMaintenance - How to apply global setting

Track Your Delivery

Track Your Delivery

Create a tracking ID for your clients to track your vehicle or a delivery. Internally, your team can use FleetUp’s live map to track vehicles. Use Track Your Delivery to provide tracking information to others outside of your organization.

4. Track Your Delivery

Check Start and Destination Location of Your Delivery

After set the destination address, Start location and Destination location can be checked by clicking Start Location and Destination Location buttons.

TYD - How to generate Track ID

Set Check-of-Arrival Distance

Changing circle size of Check-of-Arrival Distance will notice you when the package is in the circle.

TYD - Start and Destination Check

Generating Track ID

After putting a destination address, track ID can be generated.

TYD - Use Track ID

Sample email for clients

After generating Track ID, you can share it to your client. Here is a sample format of sharing it by email.

TYD email sample

Use Track ID

With a track ID, the package can be tracked on www.trackyourdelivery.net 

 

 

Geofence on Trip Replay

Geofence on Trip Replay

Want to view your geofences on your trip replays? Let us know! We can enable this feature for your account.

1. Geofence on Trip Replay

Geofence on Live Map

Geofence on Live Map

Want to view your geofences on your Live Map? Let us know! We can enable this feature for your account.

5. Geofence on live Map

 

 

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