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DDL Logs Audit Features
1. DDL Analyzes logs for duty status violations. DDL implements 'rapid
input' as a Audit setting (one mouse click on grid selects time of day and duty
status), and keyboard input (type a '0' to '9' on keyboard and follow the
Falsification detection. This requires more work. And this is not
unique to using DDL as an audit 'tool'. In its simplest form, it is
usually necessary to compare toll and fuel receipts (and other expenses) - time
and place - against time and place according to the logs. Other
methods include checking miles (odometer readings from driver's trip reports)
per trip and state/province against 'routed' miles to see if everything seems
reasonable. Also driving hours to accomplish a trip can determine average
speed per trip. DDL implements the Odometer, Fuel, and Expense records as
a convenience to the driver so fuel economy, speeds per state/province,
settlements, expenses, etc. can be checked by the driver. Auditors using
the same features can audit drivers suspected of submitting falsified logs.
Requires work on the part of the auditor.
Another scanning system vendor - TDSM (http://www.tdsm.com) out of Canada - has contacted me recently (Dec 2002) and they have made some adjustments to their scanning software, so that some of the information on a DDL printed log can be 'read' by their system. The Grid, Total Hours, Driver Id, Date, Vehicle Numbers can be 'read'. That is good news.
DDL v3.2 introduces an optional print module that prints Scanware/Logscan compatible logs. Used by many motor carriers including Swift Transportation, Landstar, Prime, KLLM, TRL, to name just a few.
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