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    Light Load Member Wyldfyur's Avatar
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    Cat website to print elogs???

    anyone have the website to print off elogs plz plz thx


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    Road Train Member Wiseguywireless's Avatar
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    I use the Eclipse Logbook. Google it. Works great for me and I print the logs right here in my truck.

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    Swift has a website that has our elogs on it to print out, I was looking for that website if anyone knows, thx tho

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    Whew finally found it...if anyone else needs it here it is..HTPS://DHOS.MYQUALCOMM.COM/DHM/?COMPANY=SWIFT
    THANKS FOR YOUR HELP ALL.

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    I think you can also get there by using the driver portal from your computer.

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    i was going to print them out at FedEx Kinkos but they wanted $35 bucks lol. I just saved them to my computer harddrive as a PDF file. If the IRS wants to see them, it would be cheaper to buy a $35 dollar printer at that point.

    As far as keeping track of days away from home for perdiem purposes, I use a calendar date book which has a little square for every day and a page for every month. Anyway, every day I write in there where I took my 10 hour break and how many miles I drove that day. If I bought something for the truck I write that down too. This is a legal document as well as logbook that can support you in a court of law if need be.

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