Landmark types and definitions

Agent* An office or location whose personnel are authorized to transact business for your company.
Border crossing A facility located at the border of a county, state, or country. Many border crossings have weighing and inspection requirements. Country crossings may have passport requirements and felony or other restrictions.
Bridge A vehicular bridge, usually recorded as a landmark because of restrictions, such as height or weight restrictions.
Company location* All company owned or operated locations including corporate offices, terminals, branches, depots, etc.
Cross dock* A location where freight is transferred between vehicles.
Customer* The physical locations of your customers, including shippers, consignees, distribution centers, etc.
Drop yard* A location where trailers are authorized to be dropped.
Employee home* The physical address of drivers or other company personnel.
License / permit* A location where licenses and/or permits may be obtained.
Lodging* A location authorized and used by your company for driver layovers, orientation, or training.
Low underpass A location that identifies a height-restricted underpass, such a viaducts and railroad bridges.
Maintenance / repair* A facility you use to service or repair your vehicles.
Medical facility* An authorized medical office or hospital your company prefers drivers to use.
Mile marker A reference point along a highway, commonly used for identifying location and in position references.
OEM* Original equipment manufacturer; a location that sells equipment you purchase as needed.
Other/misc* A landmark type you can use when none of the other types apply.
Note: Do not use this type for landmarks you need to incorporate with the Driver Workflow application or reporting.
Port* The physical location of a shipping/receiving port.
Rail ramp* The physical location of the facility where your drivers accept and drop off loads shipped by rail.
Region A geographical area your company monitors. Examples are an area experiencing a hurricane (temporary), a large military base (permanent), or the area (such as SW) that encompasses an operational area.
Rest area* Designated Interstate rest areas where drivers may park or sleep and whose attributes you want to record, such as those with dining or showers.
Restricted location* A geographical location or area you designate as unauthorized. Equipment is not allowed in these areas and you wish your drivers to stay away from or out of.
Stationary equipment* The physical location of stationary equipment, such as fuel tanks, wells, or any location with permanent equipment pertinent to your operation.
Toll booth The physical location of toll booths, recorded as a way to track toll use.
Trailer/truck rental/lease* A location from which your company rents or leases trucks and trailers.
Truck stop* The physical location of a truck stop, recorded as a means of identifying its amenities and identifying equipment within the boundaries.
Tunnel The physical location of a tunnel, usually with restrictions that must be taken into account when routing.
Vendor/supplier* A location that provides your company with supplies.
Weigh scales* A state, private, or public scales where you can weigh your equipment/load or that vehicles must stop at to be weighed.

* The vehicle or trailer speed must be 15 MPH or below to be considered "at" a landmark of this type.

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