Electronic Work Diary FAQ’s

Below we’ve listed a series of FAQ questions about the Electronic Work Diary from our partners and clients.

An EWD (Electronic Work Diary) is an electronic device or system approved by the NHVR, to monitor and record the work and rest times of a driver. The Smart eDriver EWD, is available for download from the google play store. Download it on your mobile phone or tablet and us today to get started. The Smart eDriver EWD can now replace your Written Work Diary as an alternative!

EWD can be installed for anyone driving a Australian heavy vehicle drivers from sole traders through to large national companies. Ever since 2018, drivers no longer need to log their hours via the traditional paper logbook system and can do so via Electronic Work Diaries.

The EWD Smart eDriver app allows you to log in and monitor and record the work and rest times by implementing information on the app. For a comprehensive walkthrough of the app, contact us today. 

Anyone looking to reduce log time through recording their activity using a manual logbook method. The smart eDriver app has a simple and intuitive design with pre-built fatigue plans. This simplified record keeping is designed to increase efficiency and minimise penalties in accordance to NHVR standard.

The EWD Smart eDriver app is currently available on Andriod only. An iOS app is currently in development and due for launch soon. Please contact us to your interest, business name and fleetsize, so we can contact you to discuss IOS developement further.

No. Under the EWD Standards, EWDs will record time in minutes for more accurate records. So now a 17min break and a 43min break will equal 60min break requirement.

Yes! the Smart eDriver EWD has received 100% compliance by the NHVR and can now be used as a replacement for your Written Work Diary.

Contact us today by completing our “Contact us form”. One of our sales team will call you to provide a custom quote according to your needs.