My20 ELD

Starting at $25/month

*billed annually


My20 ELD Features and Benefits

The My20 ELD and FREE ELD app contain everything independent owner-operators and fleet managers need to meet FMCSA electronic logging device compliance and more. My20 ELD combines simple, powerful, and productive features to create an all-in-one tool that not only streamlines every facet of your drive, but has the ability to increase a driver’s earning potential. Want to see if My20 ELD is the right fleet management tool for you? Contact our team and set up a FREE ELD demo today!



Download the FREE My20 ELD app from the Apple App store or Google Play Marketplace.


Install the My20 Hardware to your diagnostic port (ECM).


Connect your My20 ELD to your smartphone via Bluetooth.


Now you're ready to track HOS, audit logs, reduce paper usage, redeem rewards, and more.


The term ELD stands for electronic logging device. It is a device that connects to your truck’s engine that automatically records your record of duty status (RODS) to ensure compliance with hours of service (HOS) requirements.
The ELD mandate is a rule that requires ELD use by commercial drivers who are required to prepare hours-of-service (HOS) records of duty status (RODS). The ELD mandate was officially enacted by the FMCSA on December 18, 2017.
The My20 ELD is one of the most affordable ELDs on the market. Download the FREE My20 ELD app from the Google Playstore or Apple App store. Then purchase the My20 ELD service for as low as $25 a month (billed annually). Along with your subscription, you will need to purchase the My20 ELD Hardware for $129.99. The intial investment to get started is $429.99.
To get started, you’ll need to purchase a subscription to the My20 app, as well as the ELD hardware to install in your diagnostic port. The My20 ELD has a standard 9-pin (J1939) ECM connector. If you have an OBD-II or 6-PIN ECM port, we have adapters available to add to your order at
Konexial designed the My20 ELD app with the driver in mind. We wanted to make sure it was intuitive, straightforward, and easy to use, making it a helpful tool for a driver instead of just a way to track HOS.
Never. The ELD mandate in no way requires ELDs to come equipped with shutdown technology, so My20 ELD does not support the remote shutdown feature.
Yes. You can edit your ELD’s logbook, but only limited edits (also known as annotations) are allowed. Per FMCSA ELD mandate, drivers and administrators are not able to annotate "drive time." Here’s exactly what the FMCSA website states: “Both the driver and authorized carrier staff can make limited edits to an ELD record to correct mistakes or add missing information. All edits must include a note (annotation) to explain the reason for the edit. In addition, the driver must confirm (certify) that any carrier edit is accurate, and resubmit the records.”
You will received a hardcopy of the My20 ELD manual with your purchase. All four of the ELD supporting documents you’ll need are are built into the My20 app under the Help menu. They are also available to download and print from the Support page.
Officers can see if a driver is over the legal limit on hours of service (HOS) if a driver is stopped; however, HOS violations are in no way automatically sent into law enforcement once recorded. So, unless you’ve been stopped for a roadside inspection, traffic infraction, or FMCSA compliance audit, officers have no way to see any HOS violations.
No. Once a driver has logged into the My20 ELD app and wheels are rolling, everything else is automatic. ELDs require no trucker interaction once HOS are being recorded, so you never have to be on your phone while driving.
The My20 ELD is affordable, easy to use, and packed with features to streamline your drive and go above and beyond just logging your hours. One of the features that really makes the My20 ELD unique is GoLoad, the world’s first and only dynamic load matching (DLM) engine. Drivers get load opportunities pushed straight to their phone via the FREE My20 ELD app based on their location and HOS, so they can reduce empty miles and make more money.
We believe that your ELD should do more than just track HOS. Some of the features and benefits the My20 ELD offers are log auditing, GPS tracking, fuel management and savings, messaging, POI (Points of Interest) mapping, route mapping, reporting, and dynamic load matching with GoLoad.
The My20 ELD app is partnered with Here technologies mapping. You can be sure to map out the best and most efficient route at no additional cost.
Our customer support team has been recognized as one of the best in the industry, and we are dedicated to providing the best technical support possible at all hours of the day, 6 days a week.
Yes. My20 ELD is on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and the Department of Transportation (DOT) registry of compliant ELD devices. Choosing an ELD from the approved registry ensures that your truck or fleet is logging hours of service (HOS) in compliance with the FMCSA’s ELD rule, but it also ensures that the product was tested and continues to comply with FMCSA standards.
An ELD is a system consisting of a telematics hardware device and software to record activity. The hardware device interfaces with the Engine Control Module (ECM) on a Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV); the software records location, engine activity, and hours of service. The My20 ELD App is a FREE ELD mobile application for your phone or tablet. You can download and use the My20 ELD app but will not be compliant per FMCSA ELD Mandate unless your truck has the My20 ELD hardware device connected through your truck's ECM port.
Currently, My20 supports Apple devices running iOS 10.3 or higher or Android devices running Android 6.0 or higher with an internet data connection. Konexial recommends iPhone 6s or higher and Samsung Galaxy S9 or higher. For tablets, Konexial recommends iOS iPad Mini 5, iPad Pro 10.5 or iPad Pro 11, Samsung Tab S5e, or Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6". We do NOT recommend Samsung Note 8 because of documented problems that Samsung has not corrected on Bluetooth connectivity for this device. Most drivers prefer to use a separate tablet to run the My20 ELD fleet management system.
On the top right of the home screen, My20 will tell you ELD Status. “ELD connected” or “No ELD Connected.” NOTE: If your screen shows “No ELD connected”, make sure power is on to My20 ELD box (green light on) and tap to scan for your ELD hardware. If the problem persists, check to see if Bluetooth AND Location services on your mobile device are turned on, both are required to connect to the My20 ELD. For a complete video tutorial click here.


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