Cars, Addresses and Gas Stations

Select Cars, Addresses or Gas Stations to open the relevant overview.

Generally, the App uses the following method for mutations in overviews.

You can add a status to a car, address or gas station and so have control over how and when it is shown. The statuses you can select are active, inactive or favourite.

You can set a location with radius on an address or gas station. This allows the App to use GPS while registering to determine whether you are at an address or gas station location.



In this overview, you can select the car you are currently driving and that you wish to register for.



Rides

The rides overview shows your registered rides sorted by date and the total counter. There is a visual representation of the course of the rides and which types of rides you made.

With uninterrupted registration you will see a continuous vertical timeline. If you had an interruption in the total counter, for instance because you do not register every ride, you can indicate a starting point registration upon registering. This is preferably done before you begin a new ride. The App indicates this through an interruption in the vertical timeline.

When registering a ride, the following steps are taken.

  1. If there is a previously registered ride, the screen will be pre-filled with the last total counter number + 1.
  2. Your location is GPS determined and the system checks whether you are within range of a known address location. If there is a match, this is filled in under address.
  3. The system checks whether you have made this ride before. If there is a match, the total counter is increased by the distance listed for that ride.

When there has been an interruption of the total counter, you can indicate this by turning on Starting Point. For continuous ride registration, you will not need to use this option.

Validation is applied to see whether the date and total counter values fit the existing registered rides. If this is not the case, the input is made red and you cannot record the registration.


Fuel stops

The fuel stops overview shows your registered fuel stops sorted by date and total counter. There is a visual representation of the course of fuel stops.

Fuel stops that have been marked for a full tank are indicated with a dot. If a fuel stop is not marked as full, the values are taken into consideration in the calculation for the following fuel stop that has been marked as full. You will then see a connection between the fuel stops.

When registering a fuel stop, the following steps are taken.

  1. If a fuel stop has been registered previously, the screen will be pre-filled with the last total counter number + 1.
  2. Your location is GPS determined and the system checks whether you are within range of a known address location. If there is a match, this is filled in under address.

If you have filled up the gas tank, you can indicate this by turning on Tank full. This serves as a benchmark for the calculation of averages. A tank stop that does not have a full tank is added to the following full tank in the calculations.

Validation is applied to see whether the date and total counter values fit the existing fuel stops. If this is not the case, the input is made red and you cannot record the registration.


Ride

You can have the App register the distance driven. Combined with location determination, registering becomes a matter of pressing a button upon arrival.

As soon as you choose record, the App will begin recording, and speed and distance will be displayed. When the app moves to the background, for instance because you are making a (hands-free) call, or switch off the screen, recording will continue.

If there has been no movement in five minutes, and you have not stopped the recording, you will receive a notification on your iPhone or Apple Watch. You then have the option to continue or to record the distance.

If you record the distance, you will be shown the add ride screen.

  1. If there is a previous ride, the screen will be pre-filled with the last total counter number + the distance.
  2. Your location is GPS determined and the system checks whether you are within range of a known address location. If there is a match, this is filled in under address.









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