RoadLog ELDs Discontinued Due to “Unforeseen Market Conditions”

Allentown, PA – Continental Automotive Systems is discontinuing its line of RoadLog electronic logging devices (ELDs) and giving current customers until mid-August to make a switch.

In an announcement, the company said, “Effective May 1st, 2020, Continental will no longer sell RoadLog ELD devices or new subscriptions to the RoadLog Office services.”


Continental explained the discontinuation was due to “unforeseen market conditions and the dynamic requirements of the ELD business.”

Continental says it will continue to provide existing RoadLog customers with access to the RoadLog Office services and with technical support related to their devices and the services until August 14, 2020.

At that time, the RoadLog Office services are will be terminated for all RoadLog Office subscribers at all levels (Solo, Advanced and Premium), the company indicated.

In order to stay compliant to federal ELD rules, customers must find another solution by August 14, 2020.


To aid in the transition, Continental says it is collaborating with KeepTruckin’ and offering current RoadLog users a “very attractive special promotional offer.”

“Continental understands and appreciates the trust that users put into choosing RoadLog as part of their ELD compliance program. Continental will continue to provide a wealth of transportation technologies to its valued customers,” an announcement stated.

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