Getting started with Fleetlog | fleetlog

Getting started with Fleetlog

Now that you have your first vehicles in Fleetlog, here are some steps that will help you fully utilise the potential of vehicle tracking and fleet management.

Add your drivers to Fleetlog here and assign default drivers to vehicles

There are three main types of user accounts in Fleetlog

  • Account owner - can see and modify everything. They also have an access to billing. Every company has only one account owner.

  • Admin - can see and modify everything in your Fleetlog account except billing.

  • Drivers - drivers can’t access anything by default. You need to give them permissions to specific vehicles. They CAN'T change vehicle settings, see other drivers, see dashboards. They CAN see logbook and map for vehicles they are allowed to access and can work with expenses and change information in logbook.

NOTE: Both drivers and admins can be set as default drivers, so you don't need to create two separate accounts for the same person.

After you have added some employees, it would be the time to update the default vehicle settings as the vehicle name, licence and set the default driver for every vehicle in your fleet.

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Do odometer readings for all vehicles

To keep Fleetlog logbook and reporting data as accurate as possible it's important to regularly calibrate odometer.

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Start adding expenses and documents to vehicles

One of the main benefits of Fleetlog (and fleet management software in general) is keeping everything vehicle-related in one place. Scan and upload all the important documents and you'll have access to them from anywhere, anytime. We focus a lot on "fleet analytics" and when you add your expenses to Fleetlog we can calculate your average spending, tell where you can start saving and much more. Expect a lot of features to come in this area.

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Review and export your logbook

Logbook shows you all driven trips and allows you to see trip score, change drivers, set whether the trip was business or private and, of course, export or print everything.

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And what now? You can check other Fleetlog's features here.