You can now track your hours with greater accuracy using Radaro’s new hour’s management platform. You now have the ability to more accurately record your shift times, and log both working and break hours.

 When logging into your Radaro driver app, where you were previously asked if you would like to appear ‘Online’ you will now be asked if you would like to ‘Start Shift’.

If you do not wish to start your shift, you can select ‘Cancel’ and start your shift at any time from the driver profile page.

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When it’s time to take a break simply hit ‘Take a break’, and ‘Continue shift’ to resume. At the end of the day hit ‘End shift’ to log your hours and appear offline.

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On your driver profile, you can now view your logged hours, perfect for keeping track and updating of your timesheets.

This functionality has been released to Radaro's valued clients at no additional cost while the module is refined over the next 3 months.

If you are interested in learning more about Driver Hour Tracking or how it can be integrated into your operations, contact your Radaro Account Manager or a member of the Radaro team at (03) 8548 1892 or by emailing support@radaro.com.

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