We offer over 39 print modules (adds a print function to Drivers Daily Log to print other log formats), Download all Print Modules from our Download Page. This web site contains information and links to help the driver, company, and log auditors. We offer a customer support site that also contains examples of the rules, help files, message board and other useful information for the driver.
You can download a 30 days trial version of DDL, (fully functional), before you buy, just click on the Download Page button above or the download link on the left. "I have been using the Drivers Daily Log Program since January 2004.
Not all users have the same knowledge, most will find that it takes a few hours, and you're up and running, some will require about two weeks. Before updating we recommend you back up your driving folder to an external device.
We recommend using just the Hours of Service, until you are comfortable. During the 30 days, please return here and explore the links, and the useful information the site is pack with. Any options, setting, DDVIR will need to be chosen from the Print Module you open. If you have not done so, please PRINT and Save your DDLID number and Order Confirmation number.
You will need to re-download and install at least once during this 9 month period, or DDL will stop accepting data. After re-installing the timer will reset to 9 months.
, as we do not activate old versions, then complete the request form by clicking on the Activation Request Form button below. I began using the trial version and after about three weeks I decided to buy.
You must have purchased DDL software, and have your DDLID number, or Customer ID number, or Order Confirmation number, or Transaction ID #. I have found that DDL has saved me Time and Money and hassles with DOT and my safety department, in fact I with the help of DDL caught a problem with my safety departments computer system, the problem was that their computers had not been purged completely of the old HOS rules so that the new HOS system would work properly and after doing so DDL was to thank.
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