View near real-time driver data

To view near real-time driver data:

  1. From the Reveal navigation bar, choose Tacho.
  2. Select the Driver planner tab.
  3. Use the filter to narrow down the items in the list. You can search for a particular driver by name, select a group of drivers to view, and sort the list by the selected property. Click FILTER to apply the selected settings.
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  4. The driver planner list shows the following columns:
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    • Driver - The driver’s current status and name. Status is represented by one of the following icons: Period of Availability tacho_available_icon.png, Driving tacho_driving_icon.png, Resting tacho_resting_icon.png, Other Work tacho_work_icon.png
    • Start Time - The time (formatted as hh:mm) and date (formatted as dd/mm) when the driver changed into the current status.
    • 10H Drive Extensions - The number of times that the driver can extend the usual 10-hour driving time. This may be done no more than twice a week. A negative number indicates that the driver has used more than 2 extensions.
    • Drive Time Remaining - The remaining time that the driver can spend driving. D is for the current day, W is for the current week, and 2W is for the current 2-week cycle. Negative numbers indicate that the driver exceeded the permitted driving time.
    • On Duty Remaining - The remaining time that the driver can spend in an On Duty status. D is for the current day, and W is for the current week. Negative numbers indicate that the driver exceeded the permitted on-duty time.
    • Next Break Due - The remaining time on the current day before the driver must start the next mandatory break. Drivers must take 45 minutes of break time within every 4.5 hour driving block. This field is displayed only when the driver status is set to Driving. A negative number indicates that the driver has been driving continuously for more than 4.5 hours.
    • Next Rest Due - The remaining time on the current day before the driver must start the next mandatory rest period of between 9 and 11 hours. Drivers must take an 11 hour rest period every day, or take a reduced rest break of 9 hours up to three times a week. A negative number indicates that the driver has missed the rest period.
    • 9H Rest Reductions - The number of times that the driver can reduce the usual rest period. This may be done no more than three times a week. A negative number indicates that the driver has taken the reduced rest more than 3 times in the time period covering the previous and current week.

Violations are displayed in red. Hover over the red area to see more information about the violation.


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