How to change your digital tachograph to GMT - Step by step guide for you to keep!
The clocks go back one hour this weekend as the UK returns to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).In order to continue complying with the law and using your digital tachograph correctly, you must reset your digital tachograph to use GMT for the duration of the winter.
The clocks change on Sunday 29th October 2017 at 02:00 am BST
If you are unsure how to change your digital tachograph to local time, our simple step by step guides will show you how.
We have 3 separate presentations covering the three main types of tachograph, Siemens, Actia and Stoneridge. Just click on the picture of the tachohgraph you require or the text underneath to download and view the guide.
These guides are yours to keep and refer back to when you need them. You can print and/or save them to your computer. TIP: Keep them in your cab so you always have them to hand!
Looking for further help with your digital tachograph? Complete our simple online course covering how to use a digital tachograph and understanding pictograms. You can also make sure you’re complying with drivers hours by completing our understanding drivers hours and the working time directive course.
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