Limo Logs is the first logging system designed exclusively with the limo industry in mind.
Limo Logs has the ability to track all of your vehicles not just those that are DOT regulated, so when your drivers go from sedan to bus they can simply select their new vehicle. Limo Logs automatically prevents the driver from selecting a status that doesn’t pertain to that vehicle, whether it’s sleeper berth or driving.
Limo Logs also has the ability to track all of your maintenance schedules so that you always know when it is time for service.
Limo Logs was designed for the drivers. We keep it simple so that you don’t have to re-teach drivers how to use it after every update.
Limo Logs has built in safety checks that virtually eliminate form and manner violations.
No more awkward back-end portal to try and figure out how many hours your drivers have available, or when they are running out of hours for the day. You get emails that let you know!
DVIR’s turn into work orders for your mechanics and fleet managers so that you know exactly what vehicles need service and repairs. A list of work orders is also sent directly to your inbox so that you know there are items to repair. Simply have a tablet available for your mechanic to sign off on work orders and type in what they did, and Limo Logs creates flawless maintenance records for your entire fleet.
To see how simple Limo Logs is to use please see our user guides HERE.
Body Damage Happens
Having multiple fleet vehicles requires a way to track what vehicle has damage, and keep track of where the damage is. Limo Logs has simplified this process by loading pictures that you can press to add damage where ever the vehicle has been hit. This allows your drivers when doing a pre-trip to know what damage has been reported and what has not. All damage is independently removed so that if you replace a windshield, but haven’t popped out the door dent in the side you only clear the windshield damage and the rest stays with the vehicle.
Vehicle Damage Record
LimoLogs builds a vehicle damage history report complete with photos of the damage to each vehicle, date, drivers name who reported it, and description of the damage as reported.