EROAD Review

Learn about EROAD's fleet management software for small businesses. Includes info on EROAD, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on January 21st, 2020

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EROAD is a web-based fleet management software for businesses. EROAD supports safety and ELD compliance, driver management, tax reporting, and fleet health monitoring. Businesses use EROAD to improve fleet efficiency.


EROAD's plans start at $25.00 per vehicle per month. You can contact EROAD for more information.


Pros: Easy to use and reliable.

Cons: Does not provide routing and scheduling features.

Bottomline: EROAD is an efficient and user-friendly fleet management software.

Key Information:

Legal Name



Brian Michie

Founding Date

Jan 01, 2000


7618 SW Mohawk Street, Tualatin, OR 97062

Number of Employees


Number of Customers




1 (855) 503-7623



What is EROAD?

EROAD is a fleet management software that streamlines users' fleet management activities. Features include automated IFTA, driver safety tools, fuel management, and GPS tracking.

How much does EROAD cost?

EROAD's plans start at $25.00. Contact EROAD for more information.

Does EROAD offer a free trial?

Yes, you can access the free trial on EROAD's website.

What are the best EROAD alternatives?

Customer Reviews:


Reviewed: Feb 18, 2018

Source: Geekzone

ERoad at my workplace too. Have the driver displays which gives accurate speeds and immediate feedback on any drivers performance issues (e.g over-speeds, cornering, excessive acceleration). I don't like being tracked anymore than the next guy but there is a bigger picture to fleet management in respect of the health and safety requirements of an employer (road as well as personal safety) as well as efficiency and cost saving. Tracking commercial fleets IMO is a no-brainier. I like the immediate feedback we get from the eroad system rather than being called into the boss's office a week later.


Reviewed: Feb 18, 2018

Source: Geekzone

At my current work, we use a system called eRoad. Because we deliver dangerous goods, the dual dash cam for road & driver cabin monitoring comes in very handy. Absolutely no cellphone while driving, monitor driver response & fatigue.