How To Use The 150 Air-Miles App

Updated: Feb 1

150 Air-Miles App step by step instructions. Learn how to use the 160 kilometer calculator, the 50, 75, 100, and the 150 air mile radius calculator, record your work, and report your daily status to your carrier for retention while eliminating the need for expensive Electronic Logging Devices (ELD).

The 150 Air-Miles App is simple to use, yet it is a powerful tool to meet the requirements

you need to meet under the short haul exemptions of Title 49 CFR Section 395.1 and the Canadian Motor Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Rules Section 81(2) without having to pay the enormous cost of ELD's.

Electronic logging devices can range anywhere from $20 to $30 per truck. If you have only 5 trucks for example, you can expect to pay on the high end $1800 per year and on the lower end $1200 per year. However,

With the cost of the 150 Air Miles App at $6.99 per truck you pay only $419.40 per year which leaves even on the lower end of the cost of an ELD, a savings of $780.60 on your account to handle other much needed expenses.

So why would you pay the cost of the ELD when you can have the tools you need to meet your requirements at a much lower cost?

To use the 150 Air-Miles App follow me in the video or follow my step by step instructions below:

Edit Your Settings:

From the Home Screen, select "Settings" to go to the settings page and personalize your settings so that you will only be required to enter this information once. The 150 Air-Miles App will retain this information and make it available whenever you use the app.

Enter your "First and Last Name" your "Truck Number or Type" and your "Trailer Number" which will automatically be recorded on your daily status report.

Enter the "Zip Code of your Work Reporting Location", select your "Air-Mile Radius", select your "HOS Preference" and then "Save and Close" the Settings Page and return to the Home Screen.

Update Your Hours of Service Recap!

From the Home Screen select "Update HOS" to go to the Hours of Service Recap Calculator page.

Enter the hours you worked for the last seven or eight days. If you have not started work for the current day, leave the current day blank. However, if you have worked, go ahead and add in that time as well.

Use the "Update Your HOS Available" button to calculate the hours of service used in the last seven or eight days, the hours of service that you currently have available to work, and if allowed by your HOS Rules, The hours you will gain back at midnight.

Select "Close" to close this page and to return to the Home Screen.

Your 150 Air-Mile App is now setup and ready for you to use!

When you are ready to start work:

First use the "Check Your Air Mile Radius Button" to determine if your deliveries fall within the radius surrounding your Work reporting zip code.

Your request will include numerous zip codes depending upon the size of your air mile radius. You ca