What is an electronic logging device?

Electronic logging devices are devices that keep track of the time and distance a vehicle travels. They are used primarily to increase the efficiency of shipping, which is an important part of the economy.

In shipping, electronic logging devices are used to track the amount of time a truck or other vehicle spends on the road, as well as how far it goes during that time period. The devices collect this information by recording data every 5 seconds, 24 hours a day 7 days a week. This helps businesses improve their shipping processes and save money by reducing fuel costs and increasing efficiency.

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