Turnpike and Verizon: We’ve got you covered
Have questions about running Turnpike on the Verizon network? Well, we’ve got answers:
What do I need to install Turnpike?
You will need:
- Turnpike RouteTracker
- Vehicle cable connector
- Approved mobile device
- At least 10 MB of data per month
What mobile phones does Turnpike work with?
Turnpike works with dozens of Verizon phones and smartphones that are popular in the transportation industry, including Blackberries, push-to-talk phones and Rugged mobile devices. See the complete list of Verizon-compatible phones.
What vehicles will Turnpike work with?
With so much attention on distracted driving, is using a mobile phone for electronic logs safe?
Yes. Turnpike requires no driver interaction while a vehicle is in motion. Audible alerts notify drivers when their available hours of service are low, making it easy for drivers to stay focused on the road.
How long are driver logs stored?
All driver electronic log data is stored for 6 months, as required by FMCSA.
What should drivers show roadside inspectors?
The driver shows roadside inspectors the mobile device running TPMobile, which displays a graphic image of the driver log and looks just like a standard paper log.
Does Turnpike work in areas where there is poor cellular coverage?
Yes, the Turnpike’s RouteTracker electronic onboard recorder can store more than 30 days of data and can track vehicle location even when no cell coverage is available.