Arizona DOT okays mobile logging app for agg haulers

Updated Nov 6, 2018
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The Arizona Department of Transportation, in conjunction with the Arizona Department of Public Safety, will allow aggregate haulers to use TruckPay‚Äôs mobile technology to replace paper haul-sheets, bills of lading and tickets as part of a pilot program.

TruckPay eliminates paper from the aggregates logistics industry and also provides fleet tracking while also giving law enforcement officers the information they need to comply with state and federal transport regulations.

‚ÄúPrivate companies and government agencies will now be able to manage large infrastructure projects more cost effectively, conserving taxpayer dollars,‚ÄĚ says TruckPay‚Äôs CEO Barry Honig.

TruckPay CTO, Benjamin Honig says ADOT enforcement and DPS Commercial Motor Vehicle Inspectors will use a secure law enforcement version of the TruckPay app installed on their phones to scan drivers‚Äô phones to visually inspect their digital haul-sheets and bills of lading.‚ÄĚ

‚ÄúUnlike some current electronic logging devices (ELD) solutions, no special equipment is needed to use TruckPay, other than just an iOS or Android device,‚ÄĚ he adds. ‚ÄúDrivers will not have to give law enforcement officers their mobile devices. Rather, they‚Äôll just show the officer their phones, displaying only the TruckPay app for scanning, while protecting their other private personal information.‚ÄĚ