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ELD FAQ 61:Electronic Logging Devices and Hours of Service – Editing and Annotations

 ELD guidance

Frequently Asked Questions: Electronic Logging Devices and Hours of Service – Editing and Annotations

Question 61: Can a driver edit their record after erroneously accepting a driving event that was originally recorded under the Unidentified Driver profile?

Guidance: Yes, a driver can edit their record after erroneously accepting a driving event that was originally recorded under the Unidentified Driver profile. The ELD must prompt the driver to annotate edits. In addition, in accordance with 49 CFR 395.32(d), the carrier can suggest the edit which can be routed to the driver for confirmation.

Regulatory Topic: ELD Guidance
Published Date: Wednesday, December 19, 2018
Issued Date: Wednesday, December 19, 2018