VDO RoadLog

Up Front Cost Monthly Cost 3-year Total Cost
$800 $0 $800


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Description & Key Features (provided by VDO)

VDO RoadLog ELD from Continental is one of the few ELDs that is available with no monthly fees. Another unique feature is the built-in thermal printer for printing instant logs. This is in addition to being able to transmit log data by wireless or USB transfer. Also free with RoadLog ELD is the online compliance reporting and fleet management tool that the company calls VDO RoadLog™ Office.

RoadLog ELD provides automatic recording for IRP, IFTA miles-per- state, and electronic logbook compliance for US, Canada, Alaska, and Oilfield regulations. Drivers can record pre- and post-trip inspections (DVIR) on-screen and the reports then become part of the log.

On-duty, Driving, Sleeper Berth, and Off-Duty status are tracked automatically, based on vehicle movement, and automatic warnings are provided as the driver is approaching HOS limits.

Data-recording capabilities include driver log, vehicle events, vehicle tracking, trailer assignments, shipment documents, total odometer, refueling, vehicle speed, and idling analysis.

Data access is protected by password and RoadLog USB Keys, and a digital signature ensures authenticity / integrity of all data. No data is shared except data required by FMCSA compliance regulations.

The VDO RoadLog™ Office online tool helps automate compliance reporting and record keeping, and it provides the ability to map vehicle’s travel.

Continental guarantees that RoadLog provides 100% ELD mandate compliance, and the company offers free software updates to maintain compliance as FMCSA regulations change. RoadLog ELD is FMCSA registered and has passed the FMCSA data transfer test.

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Display Device

Type: Dedicated


Price per unit

Up-front cost: 800

Monthly cost: 0

3-year Total Cost: 800


Transmits logs to DOT via: Local (USB / Bluetooth)

Vendor: Continental

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    Joseph February 23, 2018 at 4:21 pm
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    Best ELD available, works perfectly!

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    Dave Johnston March 1, 2018 at 2:04 pm
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    Highly accurate! Lots of useful extras! I highly recommend!

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    Mark J. Barnes March 2, 2018 at 11:41 am

    Excellent set up . But take a note , there is two different set ups . They in fact have one with no monthly fee , and thats the one we are using . IT IS NOT CONNECTED TO ANY NETWORK OR SATELLITE OR ANYTHING! Thats the best part . You need to use a usb drive to transfer the data . But you dont have to transfer data to your computer . It could stay on the usb drive . You put it in your pocket and your secret is safe . Unlike the other guys that will sell your soul to a highest bidder , or get hacked or who knows . That is really the best part of roadlog . As for set up it was relatively easy , and the use of the device is very easy . This is the best for owner op or small fleet hands down . Your are in full control.

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    Steve K. Maggers March 12, 2018 at 11:03 am
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    I had many issues using an ELD app. Product was not working and lost my phone. I changed a month ago to Roadlog. No monthly fee is great. The display with the printer is very handy. Very happy with the product.

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    Ksmstarr March 13, 2018 at 12:31 pm

    Is there any gps function

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      RoadLog March 14, 2018 at 9:02 am

      Great Question. RoadLog uses GPS to report locations for HOS and IFTA/IRP reporting. RoadLog also has optional advanced and premium telematics features where this GPS information is used. RoadLog currently does not offer navigation. For more information, please visit: http://www.vdoroadlog.com

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    Fry Fan March 19, 2018 at 3:26 pm
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    I was stop for road side at SR 2 Erie County Motor Enforcement officer said she never Seen VDO is it Fmcsa approved I said oh yeah ,then she was wondering if it was legal To have it mounted,she went on about that Then she said how do I see your logs I said I’ll print them she said oh do you have a printer in your bunk I said no the VDO has A printer she thought that was neat,so after All that no Violations and was free to go But was going to check on the mounting Part but since the Veo has a printer it’s all good !!!! That was Thursday 3-15-18.Then In Net York State got stop on 3-16-18 The Enforcement officer said wow never seen ELD like that he said how do I see your hours I said I’ll print them he said wow it has printer I said yes ,Then I said the officer Yesterday in Ohio said the same thing he said you was stop yesterday I said yes then he said do you have your vehicle report I said yes when he looked and said know violations yesterday I won’t hold you up and let me go abort the VDO printer and was on my way!!!! Road Log VDO did it’s Job!!!👍👍 TOM Sauer at VDO is very Helpful 👍👍👍.

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