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If you have a large fleet or you simply need to see a lot of trips in a single report, Quartix offers an easy way to see a fleet’s total mileage, driving hours and idling time over a specified time period. Whether you need to report your fleet data by driver or by vehicle, the Trip Reporter summary shows the driving and idling times as well as the total for the whole of the report period.
At Quartix we know many of our customers like to receive data in Excel so they can easily integrate with existing management reports. So we’ve developed a number of very popular e-mailable reports that can be delivered straight to your inbox every week or day.
Daily Vehicle Group Report
Save admin time and check actual overtime hours versus reported overtime. You can estimate expected fuel consumption versus actual fuel claims and eliminate any unauthorized fuel claims. The timesheet Excel workbook provides a summary tab for all the vehicles in a group, (see image). Additionally, there is a detailed tab for each vehicle showing detailed trip breakdown as well as a total for the day.
Key management information includes:
- Mileage and fuel usage
- Maximum speeds
- Shift times
- Total driving time
- Time spent at each site
Weekly timesheet summary
If you are just looking to get a detailed summary for a specific vehicle, it’s easy with just one email that includes all the weekly data for that vehicle. This includes a summary tab for the previous week and a detailed tab for each day in that week, showing detailed trips for that vehicle as well as the total for the day.
Individual driver reports
Quartix Driver ID gives you the ability to identify drivers when vehicles are shared and generate reports based on the drivers as well as vehicles.
Driver ID is included with the InfoPlus & Driver ID package, and allows you to differentiate between business and personal mileage. If, for example, you allow trusted employees to use the vehicle at the weekend or evening for personal use, you may not want to include this as “business” mileage.
Learn more about our Driver ID option.