Canadian ELDs

Canada’s electronic logging device (ELD) mandate is effective for all federally regulated carriers, having started on the June 12, 2021 deadline. The Canadian mandate is similar to the U.S. rules and operability requirements, but both mandates have unique variations that drivers and carriers across both countries must be aware of to remain productive and profitable. Below you’ll find more information about how, with OneView, Canadian and international fleets are covered.

Solution Features

    • Compliant with both Canadian and US ELD mandate specifications. 
    • Intuitive driver friendly design
    • Easy over the air (OTA) upgrade capable for future releases
    • Supports the following list of Canadian & U.S. exemptions:
  • US 70/8 Property
  • US 60/7 Property 
  • US 70/8 Passenger 
  • US 60/7 Passenger 
  • US Short Haul 
  • Canada 70/7 
  • Canada 120/14 
  • Canada N of 60 80/7 
  • Canada N of 60 120/14
  • Canada N of 60 Oil Exemption 
  • Canada S of 60 Oil Exemption 
  • Alaska 70/7 
  • Alaska 80/8
  • California Property 
  • California Passenger 
  • California Agriculture
  • California Motion Picture Exemption 
  • Texas 
  • Florida 70/7 
  • Florida 80/8 
  • Michigan Construction 70/7
  • Michigan Construction 80/8 
  • Oregon 70/7 
  • Oregon 80/8 
  • US Ag Exempt
  • 24-hr reset option 
  • 16-hr big day option

OneView Devices Certified in Canada

Cab-Mate One

Our Cab-Mate One is the fastest and easiest OneView ELD solution to become FMCSA compliant. With a 10-minute install, it also brings ease of management and low total cost of ownership.

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More Information

Want more information on the Canadian ELD mandate and how it differs from the U.S. mandate?
Download our “Hours of Service Rule Sets” White Paper, or check out our posts about ELDs in Canada: “Announcing Cab-Mate One’s Canadian Certification” and “Top 5 Reasons ELD Solutions Won’t Work in Canada”.