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Transflo bundles ELDs, weigh station bypass, other features in single package

Transflo bundles ELDs, weigh station bypass, other features in single package

TAMPA, Fla. — Transflo, a mobile, telematics and business process automation provider to the transportation industry, is now offering the digital ecosystem called Transflo Bundle+, a suite of features helps truck fleets and drivers manage efficiency and compliance directly from their mobile devices.

The Transflo Bundle+ extends the capabilities of Transflo Mobile+ to include ELD compliance, weigh station bypass, fleet navigation and unlimited scanning.

“Fully integrating these features with Transflo Mobile+ and offering them in one package deepens our commitment to helping users stay connected and manage their business with powerful telematics, mobile devices, and cloud-based applications,” said Marketing Director Don Mitchell.

The Transflo Bundle+ includes several features that take advantage of Transflo’s T-Series telematics and GPS-based vehicle tracking device from Geotab to improve fleet and driver compliance including:

  • Electronic logs. The Transflo T-Series ELD is connected to both the vehicle and Transflo Mobile+ on the driver’s mobile device. Drivers can access everything they need to stay productive and in compliance with Hours of Service rules on one app, including electronic records of duty status, notification of remaining drive time, and real-time communications with dispatch.
  • Weigh station bypass. The Transflo Bundle+ includes Drivewyze, North America’s largest weigh station bypass service, which helps fleets and drivers save time and money by providing bypasses at more than 750 sites in 44 states and provinces. Drivewyze is integrated with the Transflo Mobile+ app and requires no special transponder or hardware.
  • Fleet navigation. With CoPilot Truck navigation integrated into Transflo Mobile, drivers can simply connect with the industry’s best navigation system right from the main menu. Fleets and driver instantly see savings by reducing out-of-route miles and avoiding fines with truck-legal routing. The new integration also steers drivers away from low bridges and truck-restricted roads with the help of PC* MILER’s routing technology.
  • Vehicle inspections. Transflo’s electronic Driver Vehicle Inspection Reports (DVIR) let drivers complete and submit pre- and post-trip inspections right from their mobile device running Transflo Mobile+, which saves time, reduces the risk of paperwork errors, and helps fleets respond to reports as soon as possible.

Mitchell said Transflo’s Bundle+ plan includes no upfront hardware costs for fleets of 26 trucks or more and lifetime upgrades and warranty on ELD hardware. Plus, drivers get access features that streamline their entire day including unlimited mobile document scanning.

Transflo from Pegasus TransTech is a mobile, telematics, and business process automation provider to the transportation industry in the United States and Canada. Transflo’s mobile and cloud-based technologies deliver real-time communications to fleets, brokers, 3PLs, and commercial vehicle drivers, and digitize 500 million shipping documents a year, representing approximately $54 billion in freight bills.

For more information, visit www.transflo.com.

 

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