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J. J. Keller Mobile Rules

  • clipboard_e3a39aff3fe7ca63f1bfbe0f162878a25.pngDriving Start Distance - If using AOBRD, this is the distance at which KellerMobile will take the driver out of On Duty-Not Driving into a Driving status.
  • Driving Start Speed - If using ELD, this is the speed in which the vehicle must be traveling at a minimum for KellerMobile to take the driver out of On Duty-Not Driving into a Driving status.
  • Driving Start Speed - Applies to both AOBRD and ELD. Consecutive time in which the vehicle must remain stationary in order to end a driving segment and take a driver out of a Driving status and place them into On Duty-Not Driving (this status change will be effective retroactive to when they stopped moving).
  • Max Acceptable Tachometer - If using Performance Management, this is the maximum value for an RPM reading before an alert is generated.
  • Max Acceptable Speed - If using Performance Management, this is the maximum speed reading accepted until an alert is generated.
  • Hard Brake Deceleration - If using Performance Management, this is the deceleration rate in which a Hard Braking Event is defined.
  • Days Before Not Utilized - If using Performance Management, this the number of days in which an ELD does not report information before it is marked as not utilized and removed from utilization reports.
  • Average Idle Time per day of operation - If using Performance Management, this is the maximum number of minutes a vehicle can report idling before an alert is generated.
  • Target Fuel Economy - If using Performance Management, this is the goal MPH for units.
  • Max Hard Braking Occurrences Per Day - If using Performance Management, this is the maximum amount of times a unit can report a hard braking event before generating an alert.
  • Is Unit Performance Reportable? - If using Performance Management, this turns on report ability for units.
  • Is Employee Performance Reportable? If using Performance Management, this turns on report ability for employees.
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