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Importance of Driver Paperwork

July 13, 2017

 

Being a driver comes with many responsibilities, including route planning, time management, and keeping your driver managers informed with locations and ETAs. But arguably one of the most important responsibilities is staying organized with your paperwork.

 

Truck drivers do a lot of paperwork, most of which are bill of ladings. It can be a struggle to keep track of your paperwork in the midst of the job. Staying organized with your paperwork can cause quite a headache, but our Mobile Capture system helps everyone stay organized. Marvin Keller has implemented Mobile Capture to ultimately make the paperwork process more efficient, organized, and accommodating to your busy over-the-road schedules.

 

One issue that has arisen with this implementation is illegibility of the bills. This is the main reason why we are so particular with the images submitted. We are aware that this has caused a bit stress for some drivers because we have required them to resend higher quality images of the bills. To ease the stress, we would like to provide a brief overview of our particular needs when it comes to driver paperwork and perhaps a few tricks to help alleviate this issue.

 

We will start with the importance of driver paperwork. As many of you know, it is very important for Marvin Keller to receive all of the bills from the loads we have delivered. This importance is due to the fact that we are unable to bill the customers for the load without a copy of the paperwork.

In some cases, however, the bill that is submitted may be hard to read, blurry, or have a part of the image that is cut off. It is crucial to have clear, legible copies of the bills because some customers will refuse to pay us for the load if areas of