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Ease-of-use is the key to deriving cost benefits from a tracking system. The weekly Microsoft Excel workbook provides a detailed sheet for each day of the week for each vehicle, together with a summary sheet for the week as a whole. It is e-mailed to you automatically.
Key management information covered by the Excel report includes: mileage and petrol usage, maximum speeds, shift times, driving time and time spent at each site. The report is an invaluable tool for the management of your responsibilities under the Working Time Directive, Duty of Care legislation and in assessing taxable benefits. Private mileage can be entered in the report, providing a breakdown of business and private mileage for each day and the week as a whole.
Mileage and petrol usage - the detail and summary sheets provide a check on the estimated fuel usage for each vehicle which can be verified against fuel bills and compared across the fleet - helping you to track and control running costs.
Maximum speeds - the maximum recorded speed for each trip, each day, and the week as a whole, provide a useful way of monitoring driving habits and promoting safer use of your vehicles.
Shift times - the report automatically calculates the time from the first to the last movement of the vehicle in each day. Configuration options also allow you to specify shift times to be used in the reports.
Links to location and route maps - the location names and trip numbers provide direct links to maps on our web site - so that you can quickly and easily check stop locations, speeds, routes driven etc.
CO2 reductions from better utilisation
Based on the estimated fuel consumption of each vehicle, the Quartix system provides an analysis and summary of CO2 emissions for each vehicle, which are then reported for the fleet as a whole in the monthly report. It's an invaluable tool in helping you reduce your fleet's carbon footprint.
Sample Excel reports available online include -