Rand McNally has released a software upgrade for its line of in-cab devices that enables multiple operating authority (MOA) tracking. The MOA feature, which tracks drivers’ and trucks’ Hours-of-Service (HOS) separately, is now available for Rand McNally’s TND 760, HD 100 and TPC 7600 solutions.
In addition to Hours of Service (HOS) tracking, the MOA functionality enables:
• Assignment of fuel purchases and mileage data across Operating Authorities for tax reporting;
• Evaluation of driver behavior associated with a particular division, vehicle, or authority;
• The tracking of driver movement between fleet divisions with separate operating authorities.
The new MOA feature tracks HOS for the week, summing available hours and assigning data for fuel tax, invoicing and other categories to the appropriate division within an organization. By accessing the Rand McNally Connect web portal, managers are able to pull reporting for drivers, vehicles, divisions and authorities.