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            Accessing Trip History

            Click here or see below for instructions on accessing trip history in MyGeotab

            With the application, you have access to the real-time locations of your fleet and the entire history of where vehicles have been. You can use this feature to go back in time to examine what happened on a previous date. Select the Trips History button to work with historical tracking.

            When using Trips History, your selected vehicles will have their trips displayed automatically. The table will show each individual trip as a single row. The first item in the row is the address or zone name at which the vehicle was stopped.

            Note: Zone names will be used in place of addresses after you have created zones for customers’ locations, workplaces or other places of interest.

            If the location is a zone then it will be underlined in a color which corresponds to the type of the zone. The example above shows purple, orange, and yellow lines for specified zones.

            Mapping Historical Trips

            The list of trips also shows when the vehicle arrived, how long it was stopped for, how long the trip lasted, and the distance that was driven over the course of the trip.

            Selecting an individual trip will add the trip to the map. Selecting additional trips will show all of the selections simultaneously. The selected trips need not be consecutive. The selected trips will have a black number to the left of their address or zone name indicating the trip’s order in the sequence. The number corresponds to the number on the map. In the example below, 3 trips are selected.

            Tip: A shortcut for adding all of the trips for the day is to select the date button.

            To the right of the trip is an arrow. Click on this to see options to edit the device, assign the driver, show the speed profile for that trip, or show the accident and log data. These options are discussed in more detail in other sections.

            An automatic legend is shown at the bottom of the map which denotes important events along the trips.

            The stops and the exceptions that occurred during the trip are shown on the map. You can filter the exceptions on the map by selecting or deselecting one of the areas from the smart legend.

            The trail line of the vehicle is color-coded with the exception type which occurred. When multiple exceptions occur, the color will alternate in a banding pattern. In the case when the exception line is too short to be visible, a warning triangle is used in its place:

            The direction of travel along the trip is denoted with arrows. A star with a number indicates a customer stop (if a zone was created at that location) and a square with a number indicates a stop that occurred outside of a known zone.

            By moving your mouse along the trip, additional information about your selection is displayed including:

            • Vehicle name

            • Time, date, and address

            • Movement status

            • Exceptions

            • Road speed

            When viewing trips on a map, the main menu will automatically collapse to allow for more room to view the map. To re-open the main menu, select the arrow located on the far-left edge of the view.

            Trip Summary

            From within the Trips History view, selecting the Summary button will show you summarized trip information throughout your fleet.

            The trip summary view allows you to compare essential driving data for your entire fleet. By default, the vehicle list is sorted based on the distance driven for the specified time period. The pie chart on the right side shows the durations of the stops inside customer, office, home and non-customer zones.

            Note: Hover your mouse over the pie chart to examine where the driver is spending their time.

            Hover your mouse over the green distance line of each driver to see the percentage of distance compared to the longest distance traveled.

            You can examine the idle time compared to the overall drive time by hovering over the clock icon.

            Updated: 01 Aug 2019 01:02 AM
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