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Mobility Package regulation: possibility to extend driving time

A while back we embarked upon a journey unravelling and explaining the ins and outs of the Mobility package regulations in a short blog series. Our goal – to see what’s changed, how’s that reflected in the Tachogram platform and simply help anyone looking for a bit of guidance on the matter. In this article, we’ll cover the last of our topics in the series by looking at the possibility of drivers extending their driving time when returning to the employer’s operational centre or the driver’s place of residence.

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Work time report that will help account for time spent in different countries

As of February 2, 2022, professional drivers traveling through Europe must record each border crossing, as they travel into another member state. The reason behind this are the new provisions of the Mobility Package regulations that have come into force, requiring employers to pay the respective minimum wage rate (at the least) to their drivers for time spent in a particular country. In practice this means not only following up on each driver’s working hours, but also looking into where these hours were spent. To help our clients manage these changes, Tachogram has developed a new report, automatically consolidating the necessary information on your driver work times per country.

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UNA-L: Since introducing Tachogram, we’ve had no data download violations

The work of freight carriers is challenging – from planning and monitoring the supply chain process to complying with international work and rest time regulations, which are constantly changing. Managing tachograph data and downloading it regularly is just one of the things to do to avoid significant fines. This process can be made easier by various fleet management solutions and dedicated tools designed to facilitate the digital tachograph data download and analysis. Their role in business management is growing, and this has also been the case with the Latvian freight carrier UNA-L, which has been using the Tachogram digital tachograph data download and analysis solution to manage its fleet for several years.

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5 frequently asked questions from Tachogram users

Tachographs have come a long way from analogue to digital, allowing drivers and their teams in the back-office to account for the driver work hours more efficiently. However, while this part of the job might have gotten a bit easier, even digital tachographs aren’t immune to human error. Where do you turn, when you’re out on the road and need a quick answer? In this article we’ll look at some of the most frequently asked questions by Tachogram users.

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Introducing Tachogram reports for private users

Reports allow you to conveniently view specific data from your driver card file uploads. Until recently, they were only accessible for company fleet managers. Now, we’re also making reports available for private users. In total, there are five reports that let you oversee your work times, travel allowances, infringements, risk rating and uploaded file archive. As of right now, they’re only available from the web browser. However, an overview of all the important data from reports will be coming to Android and iOS apps in near future.

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Tachogram now available for iOS devices

According to AppleInsider, there are currently over 1 billion iPhone’s in active use worldwide, making Apple a runner-up to Samsung in mobile vendor market shares in Europe. As a business, we seek to make our service accessible to as many people as possible. We believe that the launch of Tachogram for iOS mobile devices brings us one step closer to this goal.

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Mobility package regulation: taking two consecutive reduced weekly rests

We’re continuing our blog post series on the Mobility Package by covering the most important additions and changes introduced by it. In this blog we will talk about the changes that concern taking two reduced weekly rests in a row. What’s interesting about this is that technically you could already take two consecutive reduced weekly rests before the Mobility Package amendments, but there were some tricks involved in doing so. Stay with us to find out what’s new.

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ISO 27001 Information Security Management Certificate Granted to Tachogram Development Company Mapon Latvia

Data security is just as important as data accuracy and clarity. That’s why at Tachogram we’ve taken it seriously since the beginning by implementing various security measures and continuously improving them. 

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Mobility Package regulation: Rests on trains and ferries

At the end of 2020, we started a blog series about driving and rest time changes implemented by the Mobility Package. In this blog, we’re continuing it by looking at rests on trains and ferries. 

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What has the Mobility Package changed in the Tachogram system?

As you may know, the Mobility Package was adopted by the European Council earlier this year. It was introduced to clarify some points in the previous work and rest time regulations as well as further improve drivers’ work conditions.

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