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Welcome to the driveTIME Training Center

We have a collection of resources to offer our new drivers. Videos shown below will help you get started with driveTIME. Need more help getting started? Contact Customer Care at 877.516.9373 or customercare@cartasite.com. You may also chat live with Customer Care in the driveTIME portal during business hours. Simply click the chat bubble 

**NEW** Driver Portal

Drivers can now access the last 6 months of logs to review, edit, and/or certify.

Click Here and log in using your driver credentials.

Or download a How-To Guide

driveTIME Quick Start Videos

driveTIME – 1st Time Log in

Logging in and Connecting

Click Here for PDF guide to connecting via Bluetooth

Certifying and Emailing Logs

DVIR Creation

Fuel Receipt Entry

Roadside Inspection

Driver Portal & Log Editing

PORTAL ACCESS: drivetime.cartasite.com

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The Logs page provides the ability to view all of your driver’s daily driving logs and documentation. This tab also allows you to create, update, and delete records as needed in addition to printing driving logs. Any changes made within this tab are updated and synced in near real time to the driveTIME  app for the affected driver.

The Logs page can be manually refreshed using the Refresh button within the site header.

    1. Log Entry Actions
      1. Certifying Log Entry
        1. Click on the Certify Log button to certify current log entry on the grid chart or a particular log entry from the list of uncertified logs. .
        2. Select the Certify Now button, if the current status is Driving, a dialog will pop-up to confirm changing the status to off duty.
        3. Choose the Cancel button to cancel changing the status.
        4. The Certify Log dialog will then appear.
        5. Click Agree button to confirm certifying a daily log.
        6. Choose Not Ready button to cancel certifying a log.
        7. The Daily Log PDF report will then be generated.
        8. The log entry will be certified and the appearance of action button will switch to ‘Uncertify Log’. PDF file export can be available and certain log entry will no longer display on the list of uncertified logs.
      2. Uncertifying Log Entry
        1. Click Uncertify Log button to uncertify the selected daily log and reopen the said log for editing.Note:Only driver logs that have not yet been certified can be edited, If a user wants to edit an entry for a day that’s already certified, a warning dialog will launch the “Uncertify Log” dialog before letting the edit occur.
        2. The Uncertify Log dialog will then appear.
        3. Click Agree button to confirm uncertifying a daily log.
        4. Choose Not Ready button to cancel uncertifying a log.
        5. The log entry will be uncertified and the appearance of action button will switch to ‘Certify Log’. PDF file cannot be viewed unless log is certified by the driver.
      3. Viewing the Certified Log Entry
        1. Click on the PDF button to view the current log entry that has been certified by the driver.
        2. The log will be opened in a new tab as a PDF file
        3. Click on the download icon to download the file.
    1. Filtering the Logs
      1. Filter by Date
        1. Select a date from the Date Picker.
        2. The Logs page will then be updated to only show the specific results which fall under the applied filter.
      2. Filter by Event Types
        1. By default, all Secondary Events are not displayed in the logs data table. These secondary events include: MalTimeClear, DiagMissingClear, DiagSync, PowerOff, DiagMissing, MalSync, ClearYM, MalSyncClear, MalRecord, ClearPCYM, MalPos, ClearPC, MalPowerClear, DiagSyncClear, MalTime, MalPosClear, DiagUnidentified, PowerOn, ClearPCorYM, MalPower. Only Primary or Driving Events are shown by default. These events include: OnDuty, Remark, SleeperBerth, Certify, OffDuty, YardMoves, WaitingAtSite, OffRoad, Login Driving, PersonalUse, OnRoad, Logout, PowerOffRP, PowerOnRP, Inter, InterRP.
        2. Click on the Show All filter to toggle the display of Secondary Events. Unchecking the option will filter back to Primary or Driving Events.
        3. The Logs page will then be updated to show results which fall under the applied filter.
  1. Current Log’s Grid ChartThe Grid Chart is the visual representation of the series of events that have occurred over the current log period. Events are recorded as lines on the grid chart with respect to the time it occurred, ended and its duration. Below are the contents of the Grid Chart.
    1. Header
      1. The Start Time of Day of the Current Log.
      2. The Cycle used by the driver.
    2. Grid Chart
      1. Contains the line over time representation of the events. The line color varies per the following conditions:
        • Solid Green is the default line color.
        • Solid Red lines denote violations that occur under the US Region.
        • Solid amber lines denote violations that occur under the Canada Region.
        • Dashed amber lines denote Personal Conveyance events.
        • Dotted amber lines denote Yard Moves events.
      2. Personal Use and Yard Moves legend
      3. Exceptions for the current log
    3. Events History List
      1. Corresponding events in the Grid Chart are displayed on the Event History List
      2. Hover over a Violation Icon to show its description.
    4. Adding Status
        1. Click Status to add new event on the log.
        2. The Create Status pop-up dialog will then show.
        3. Select the Time for the status.
        4. Select the Status from the drop-down list.
        5. Add a value for the Odometer field. This is required for Driving events.
        6. Fill in the City field. This is required to enable the State field.
        7. Select the name of the State from the drop-down list.
        8. You can check the following options to enable special driving events.Personal Conveyance – Once checked the Yard Moves checkbox will be disabled. Selection of this option will be recorded within the events history.Yard Moves –If this is enabled, the status will be set to Off Duty automatically and will disable the Personal Conveyance check box. selection of this option will be recorded within the events history.

      Note: These events can also be cleared from the portal, disabling these options will record the following in the events history list accordingly: ClearYM/IC and ClearPU/IC.

      1. Fill in the Note field
      2. Select a Reason Code from the drop-down list.
      3. Click on the Save button to successfully add the status. Click Close button to discard the adding of status.
      4. The Status will then be added on the events history list.
    5. Editing Status
      1. Click on the Edit Status icon. Automatic events created by the app are not editable except for Driving event.
      2. The Update Status dialog will then show. Modify the fields as you would do in Adding Single Status.
      3. Click on the Save button to successfully update the status. Click Close button to discard the edit.
    6. Events Legend
      1. When the Motor Carrier requests an edit or add on the driver’s records electronically, it informs the driver by displaying the Pending Request(s) dialog in the app. Modified events marked with an(*)cannot be edited unless accepted by the driver on the HOS Application.
      2. However in the portal, the added or edited event displays on the Events History with these marks:
        • Inactive Change Request (ICR)– means the the requested event still needs an approval from the driver.
        • Inactive Change Rejected (ICJ)– means that the requested edit has been rejected by the driver.
        • Inactive Change (IC)– means that these events have been edited and replaced by the driver in the app, hence they are inactive.
      3. When a driver used an android application, the Android operating system and HOS application versions will appear beside the event legend. If a driver used an iOS operating system and HOS application versions will appear beside the event legend.
    7. Status Definitions
      1. Driving events:
        • OffDuty
        • Sleeper
        • Driving
        • OnDuty ND
        • WaitingAtSite : Waiting at Well Site (for oilfield/construction exception)
      2. Remark Events:
        • Authentication Remark – This is the login to the application by the driver
        • Unauthenticate Remark – This is the Logout of the application by the driver
        • Co-driver login Remark – Login of a Co-Driver in a Primary Driver’s log
        • ELD Connection – Connection to the Engine Control Device
        • ELD Disconnection – Disconnection of the Engine Control Device
        • Switch Vehicle Remark
        • Switch Trailer Remark
        • Switch Vehicle and Trailer Remark
        • Start Hour of the day Changed Remark
        • State/Country Border Crossing Remark
        • Off Road Remark – When drivers moves to Off Road mode
        • On Road Remark – When driver moves back to On Road after Off Road
        • Start Toll Road Remark – When drivers moves to Toll Road mode
        • End Toll Road Remark – When driver stops driving on Toll Road mode
      3. Intermediate Events:
        • Inter : Auto 60 Min Location – Every hour an Intermediate event must be written while in a Driving state to capture location/odometer/engine hours
      4. Personal Conveyance and Yard Moves:
        • PersonalUse : Personal Use
        • YardMoves : Yard Moves
        • ClearPU : Clear Personal Use
        • ClearYM : Clear Yard Moves
      5. Certification:
        • Certify – Shows the time that a particular day’s log was Certified by the Driver
      6. Power Cycle:
        • PowerOn : Power on of the vehicle when connected to ECM device
        • PowerOff : Power off of the vehicle when connected to ECM device
      7. Diagnostic Events & Malfunctions:
        • MalPower : Power Malfunction
        • MalSync : Engine Synchronization Malfunction
        • MalTime : Timing Malfunction
        • MalPos : Position Malfunction
        • MalRecord : Data Recording Malfunction
        • MalTransfer : Data Transfer Malfunction
        • MalOther : Other Malfunction
        • MalPowerClear : Power Malfunction Cleared
        • MalSyncClear : Engine Synchronization Malfunction Cleared
        • MalTimeClear : Timing Malfunction Cleared
        • MalPosClear : Position Malfunction Cleared
        • MalRecordClear : Data Recording Malfunction Cleared
        • MalTransferClear : Data Transfer Malfunction Cleared
        • MalOtherClear : Other Malfunction Cleared
        • DiagPower : Power Diagnostic
        • DiagSync : Engine Synchronization Diagnostic
        • DiagMissing : Missing Required Data Elements Diagnostic
        • DiagTransfer : Data Transfer Diagnostic
        • DiagUnidentified : Unidentified Driver Diagnostic
        • DiagOther : Other Diagnostic
        • DiagPowerClear : Power Diagnostic Cleared
        • DiagSyncClear : Engine Synchronization Diagnostic Cleared
        • DiagMissingClear : Missing Required Data Elements Diagnostic Cleared
        • DiagTransferClear : Data Transfer Diagnostic Cleared
        • DiagUnidentifiedClear : Unidentified Driver Diagnostic Cleared
        • DiagOtherClear : Other Diagnostic Cleared

Supporting Documents

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The required documents to have inside vehicles are Starred ★

Note that there is a difference between ELD and AOBRD required documents

Driver Best Practices

These rules will help drivers avoid errors and prevent violations.


Sample Daily Workflow using driveTIME

Practice this workflow every day for the best driveTIME experience.

PDF Downloads

driveTIME Complete User Guide

Download the complete driveTIME user guide with detailed instructions for each tool within the application.

Driver Portal How-To Guide

Instructions for drivers using drivetime.cartasite.com to certify, edit, view logs for the previous 6 months


Electronic Logging Device Frequently Asked Questions

worldVIEW Dashboard User Manual

Download the worldVIEW Dashboard User manual to obtain instructions for everything Dashboard, including viewing trip details, drawing a geofence, setting up notifications, running reports and analytics, and using SafeConnect.

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