The Odometer Jumps report lists odometer jump events on a vehicle where no driving was recorded.
To identify this jump, odometer readings are captured for all duty status events by vehicle. Each event is compared to the last known event for that vehicle. If there is between a 10 and 5000 mile jump in the odometer reading, and no driver was driving at that time, the information is recorded and made available in this report.
For each tractor ID, you see the start and end time (in your time zone) and the start and end odometer readings. The report also provides the total jump distance between the start and end odometer readings in miles.
- Vehicle Group
- Select the vehicle group to report, or select All to include all vehicles.
- Start date / End date
- The date range for the report. Click the icon to open a calendar popup and select a date.
- Select a format
View, export, and/or print your report in one of the following formats:
- Excel (spreadsheet)
- HTML (best for viewing)
- PDF (best for printing)
Click the View Report button.
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