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Exempt Logs

KellerMobile helps 100 Air Mile Radius and 150 Air Mile (non-CDL) Radius exempt drivers track their hours. It warns drivers and creates grid logs when thresholds are met.  Using the Exempt Log functionality must be enabled in the backoffice by the Encompass Administrator. 

When operating in an exempt driving status, the Driving Hours Available clock will be grayed out and display driving hours as N/A when the vehicle is in motion. 

Logging In - Exempt Driver 

  1. Launch KellerMobile
  2. Enter User Name and Password. Click on Login - Solo Driver.
    KMB_Android_ELD_LogIn.png
  3. Click on Exempt Log. Click OK.
  4. The driver will be presented with the appropriate Exception confirmation screen (150 Air Mile or 100 Air Mile), listing the requirements they must comply with in order to create an exempt log for today. Click Yes to proceed with the exempt log. An example of each screen is shown below. 
    KMB_Android_ELD_100AirMile.png
    KMB_Android_ELD_150AirMile.png
  5. If the driver wants to create a grid log instead, click No. The following alert will display. 
    KMB_Android_ELD_MovetoStandardGrid.png
  6. If the driver has missing logs, an alert will display presenting the opportunity to create off duty logs. Click Yes to create off duty logs for each instance displayed. Click No to refuse.

Viewing Hours - Exempt Driver

All Log views within the View Log function will identify that an *Exempt Log is in use. 

  1. Grid View 

    1. Click the View Log icon from the home screen. Click on View Grid. Only on-duty and off-duty time appears, even if the driver has driven the vehicle. Both driving and on-duty are combined into on-duty time. 
      KMB_Android_ELD_ExemptViewGrid.png

  2. Hours Available View

    1. Click the View Log icon from the home screen. Click on View Hours.  Drive time and rest break information is not shown here.
      KMB_Android_ELD_ExemptViewHours.png

  3. View Clocks

    1. Click the View Log icon from the home screen. Click on View Clocks.  The Driving Hours Available clock is grayed out and the available driving time is displayed as N/A. 
      KMB_Android_ELD_ExemptViewClocks.png

  4. View Recap Info

    1. Click the View Log icon from the home screen. Click on View Recap Info.  
      KMB_Android_ELD_ExemptRecapInfo.png

  5. Trip Info

    1. Click the View Log icon from the home screen. Click on View Trip Info.  Enter the Trailer Number and the Shipment Info. Check the Set Default Trailer Info and/or Set Default Shipment Info and/or Returned to Work Location as applicable. Click OK.
      KMB_Android_ELD_ExemptTripInfo.png

    2. Drivers will NOT be prompted to enter Trip Information when using the exempt log function. If their log is converted to a standard grid log during the day, they will be prompted to enter Trip Information at that time.

  6. View, Add and Edit Log Remarks

    1. Click the View Log icon from the home screen. Click on View Log Remarks. Click on Add Log Remark for the day you want to change.
      KMB_Android_ELD_ExemptLogRemark.png

    2. The Select Remark drop down will appear. Click the down arrow to see a list of common log remarks. A custom log remark can be typed into the blank area below the drop down. Select the appropriate remark. Click Save

    3. To edit a log remark click on Edit Log Remark. Click Save.  To delete a remark click on the Delete Log Remark.
      KMB_Android_ELD_ExemptEditLog.png

Alerts - Exempt Driver 

  1. 100 Air Mile Radius Exemption Alerts

    1. The following alert will display when the driver is approaching their 12 hour on-duty window. 
    2. The following alert will display when the driver has exceeded the limits of the 100 Air Mile Radius exemption. His/her time will be converted over to a grid log.  
    3. The following alert will display when a driver logs in and is over the allowed hours. He will be put on grid logs. 
    4. If activity took place on the previous day's exempt log that contributed to yesterday or today's current exempt log becoming converted to a standard grid log, then yesterday's log may be converted to a standard grid log.
  2. 150 (Non-CDL) Air Mile Radius Exemption Alerts

    1. The following alert will display when the driver is driving past the 14th hour, but not past the 16th hour. 
    2. The following alert will display when the driver has exceeded the allowable duty hours and his time will be converted over to a grid log.
    3. The following alert will display when a driver logs in and is over the allowed hours. He will be put on grid logs.
       
    4.  If activity took place on the previous day's exempt log that contributed to yesterday or today's current exempt log becoming converted to a standard grid log, then yesterday's log may be converted to a standard grid log.
  3. Additional Alerts

    1. If a driver attempts to change their exempt ruleset to a one that doesn't support the 100/150 Air Mile exemptions, he/she will be alerted that the new rule set does not support exempt log functionality. The driver must select Yes to change to the new rule set.
    2. If a driver selects a Canadian rule set to cross the border,  he/she will be alerted that the new rule set does not support exempt functionality. The driver must select Yes to change to the new rule set. 

 

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Links To Other Materials

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