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  • About Reports

    Reports allow you to quantify activity, idling, stop times, speeding, landmark visits, and other aspects of fleet efficiency. All reports include links to export data for further manipulation and sorting. You can run reports on the fly, or you can schedule a report for automatic delivery.

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Using Reports

Reports allow you to view and interact with quantifiable vehicle data, such as daily activity, idling, stop times, speeding, landmark visits, and other aspects of driving efficiency.

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All About Reports

Reports allow you to view and interact with quantifiable vehicle data, such as daily activity, idling, stop times, speeding, landmark visits, and other aspects of driving efficiency.

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What timezone is used on reports?

When I run an Activity Detail report for a vehicle located in the Eastern timezone, does the report show me Eastern time or Arizona time (my timezone)?

How do I report an incorrect speed?

GPS Insight receives posted speed limit data from third-party vendors. The quality of this information is determined by the municipalities that provide the information to the third-party vendors.
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Running a Report

Running a report allows you to immediately view the report in a new browser tab.

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Import Credit Card Fuel Purchases

The Fuel Card Transactions Report and Fuel Card Usage Report can be populated with fuel purchase data sourced from any credit card(s) using a CSV Excel spreadsheet file.

How do I report an incorrect speed?

GPS Insight receives posted speed limit data from third-party vendors. The quality of this information is determined by the municipalities that provide the information to the third-party vendors.

What timezone is used on reports?

When I run an Activity Detail report for a vehicle located in the Eastern timezone, does the report show me Eastern time or Arizona time (my timezone)?