Major ELD maker calls it quits due to ‘unforeseen market conditions’

Users of a popular Electronic Logging Device (ELD) have just a few months to find a new provider after the company says that they’ll discontinue the service.

RoadLog ELD recently announced that will stop selling their ELD device and providing services over the course of the summer.

The company wrote:

Unfortunately, due to unforeseen market conditions and the dynamic requirements of the ELD business, we have made the difficult decision to discontinue the RoadLog product line. Effective May 1st, 2020, Continental will no longer sell RoadLog ELD devices or new subscriptions to the RoadLog Office services. For the following four months ending August 14, 2020, Continental will continue to provide existing RoadLog customers with access to the RoadLog Office services and with technical support related to their devices and the services. During such time, we will also work to assist customers in their transition to an alternate ELD and fleet management system. Effective August 14, 2020, the RoadLog Office services are will be terminated for all RoadLog Office subscribers at all levels (Solo, Advanced and Premium).

RoadLog says that they’ll contact users with detailed instructions on how to download data for compliance purposes. The company says that this must be completed prior to August 14, 2020, when the data will no longer be available.

RoadLog also says that they’ve formed a partnership with ELD compliance company KeepTruckin to help customers transition to a new service.

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