FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

MiFleet is a robust and highly scalable platform to keep track of all aspects of maintaining a fleet. MiFleet supports customizable scripts that are specific to your company’s personal needs. MiFleet is cloud based, by more than 100 servers that are collectively located throughout the globe, so you have access to your data from any computer, tablet or phone. MiFleet can improve your ROI with data specific analytics for running times and driver information.

This platform is recommended to any one with nomadic assets! We can service any fleet; from chauffeur class, to delivery, and every asset in-between.

Visit www.mifleet.us/buynow, you will be required to create a username and password to one of our wireless carrier partner specific MiFleet Ordering Portals. Contact sales@mifleet.us and reference your wireless carrier partner.

You will receive a CalAmp device and installation method. This device may require accessories; we’ll take care of that! Your device will be pre-set-up to preform the actions you require. Will also receive exclusive access to our MiFleet software platform for a billing cycle of thirty days.

We may be able to migrate your current device to our platform! Contact us to see if it is MiFleet compliant.

As simple as you want it to be! We have two installation options available. You can choose a simple plug-in and play device or for our more advanced consumer we have a 3-wire install. Both these method come with committed technical support!

Call us! 858-247-8093 or email us FleetSupport@mifleet.us.
Our service team is fluent in script customization and product installation. We will be happy to help you get the maximum procurement out of your subscription.

Yes! Put your new savings (sponsored by MiFleet) into upgrading your fleet, not your software.

Our specialized services and customer relationships are our priority. We want you to get the best devices and have the best experience when working with us. No forging call-center here, just a bunch of cutting edge Californians!

MiFleet gives you visibility to your vehicle locations, vitality, and activity. Be alerted if your vehicle needs repairs. Be alerted if an employee is misusing your time or property. This function allows you to keep a more accurate payroll of driver times. Communicate with your driver, re-route them in an instant (without verbal communication, phones usage can be hazardous to your driver) and physically show your customers where their product is, en route.

Go to the Units tab, find the unit you want to edit, and click on the wrench icon for Unit properties. Click on the Trip Detection tab, here you can change  trip detection settings.

No. Motor carriers or drivers that operate rented or leased commercial motor vehicle are required to record hours of service with an ELD, unless the driver or commercial motor vehicle is exempt from the requirements of the ELD rule.

If multiple, compatible ELDs are used to record a driver’s RODS within a motor carrier’s operation, the ELD in the vehicle the driver is operating must be able to produce a complete ELD report for that driver, on demand, for the current 24-hour period and the previous 7 consecutive days.

Category: ELD - Editing

According to the ELD rule technical specifications, an ELD must support one of two options for electronic data transfer:

  1. The first option is a “telematics” transfer type ELD. At a minimum, it must electronically transfer data to an authorized safety official on demand via wireless Web services and email.
  2. The second option is a “local” transfer type ELD. At a minimum, it must electronically transfer data to an authorized safety official on demand via USB2.0 and Bluetooth®.

To ensure that law enforcement is always able to receive the hours of service (HOS) data during a roadside inspection, a driver must be able to provide either the display or a printout when an authorized safety official requests a physical display of the information.

A key difference between devices with logging software programs and AOBRDs relates to connectivity with the commercial motor vehicle (CMV) operations. An AOBRD must be integrally synchronized with the specific operations of the CMV on which it is installed. AOBRDs must also record engine use, speed, miles driven, and date and time of day, as specified in 49 CFR 395.2. AOBRDs automatically record engine data for driving time versus the use of Global Positioning System (GPS) data or a driver inputting his or her driving status hours.

The display and output from devices using logging software must meet the requirements in 49 CFR 395.8. Drivers can manually enter their hours of service (HOS) information using the application or software program on the device, and then manually or electronically sign the RODS at the end of each 24-hour period to certify that all required entries are true and correct. During a roadside inspection, drivers using logging software programs can hand their device to the safety official to review their RODS. Additionally, officers conducting inspections can request a printed copy of the driver’s log with the current and prior seven days HOS information.

Yes, Geofences can work retroactively. Under the Geofences menu item, create a new Geofence around the location you wish to monitor. When creating a report, select the

The reports most likely sent correctly on the server side, so it’s a possibility that your Email provider/company provider's email firewall blocked the mail before it got to your mailbox. Occasionally that happens where successive emails following too closely together are caught by various levels in spam/firewall filters. Send us an email at fleetsupport@mifleet.us and we will double check for you.

Motor carriers and drivers subject to the ELD rule must start using ELDs by the compliance date of December 18, 2017, unless they are using a grandfathered Automatic On-board Recording Device (AOBRD).

FMCSA encourages any driver who feels that he or she was the subject of harassment to also consider FMCSA’s coercion rule and the Department of Labor’s whistleblower law (enacted as part of the Surface Transportation Assistance Act (49 U.S.C. 31105)), which provides retaliation protection.

When an ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the commercial motor vehicle moving and 60 minutes has passed, a “position compliance malfunction” will be recorded in the data diagnostic.

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