There are many instances in which drivers may forget to go off duty overnight, or lose cell signal while waiting in a port and be unable to input their 30-minute break. Drivers may go back to edit their own logs (see: ). Fleet managers may also edit driver logs through the web app. Any edits made by a fleet manager will later need to be approved by the driver in order to be finalized.
In this example we will walk through how to edit an On Duty log to create a 30-minute Off Duty break in the middle.
1. Click on the log that you want to edit in the left sidebar. If you don't know how to view your driver's logs, first see "How do I view driver logs?"
2. Click the pencil icon next to a driver log you would like to edit.
3. Most of the time, On Duty logs are automatically created by the ELD after driving time, which means that you cannot edit them directly. The screen will prompt you to create a new log to overlap the automatic log.
4. The start time of the newly created log will automatically start 1 minute after the start time of the log you are trying to edit. Annotate the log and save.
5. In the case that you want to create a 30-minute off-duty log, you may click again on the pencil icon to prompt the Create New Log button. Create another new log.
6. Enter a new start time of the On Duty log, 30 minutes after the start of the Off Duty log, annotate, and save.
7. Your log's changes have been saved. You may no longer edit or annotate these logs, until a driver approves the changes from their own mobile app screen.
In order to finalize the changes, your driver must approve them from their own mobile screen. For driver instructions on how to do this, please see "How do I approve changes to my log?"