Formula 1 is a fascinating sports. I mean those cars are FAST! Did you know that the unofficial speed record for F1 car is 413 km/h? Not bad. F1 - like Ecofleet Mileage Log - relies heavily on tracking the car and analyzing location and timing data. While Ecofleet Mileage Log uses GPS technology to position all kinds of vehicles, Formula 1 cars have a bit different ways for the same task.
To choose an electronic mileage log app or hardware - that's the question I want to answer here.
I've tried hundreds of mileage log app and electronic logbooks in my work over the last 10 years, and have collected the advantages and disadvantages for you here.
A quick search in Google shows many different electronic logbooks. They all say that they are 100% automatic. But what are the differences? And which technologies are better?
Sarah had the misfortune to be involved in a car accident on the way home from work. And not only that, two witnesses told the police that they saw her come from an entirely different direction than she did. Therefore, was Sarah to blame or was it the other party?
Ecofleet has thought about the issues related to GPS and privacy and built it into Mileage Log.
The need for most people is that they want to benefit from the advantages of GPS technology, but at the same time you cherish your privacy. Regarding Mileage Log, it means, that your mileage is done automatically using GPS technology. And the software is developed to keep the private tours private.
To choose an electronic mileage log with app or hardware - that's the question I want to answer here.
There are many different electronic logbooks. But what is the difference and which technologies are best?
Through my work I have tried hundreds of apps and electronic logbooks for the last 10 years. My experiences and the pros and cons are shared here.
For a car enthusiast OBD II port is something they definitely have heard of or maybe even used, but few exactly know what the standard actually is and what its possibilities are. Most people might not even know that her car has an OBD II port on it.
To make your road trip a success, I have collected the best links and advice on what to bring, and what to be aware of. It is more than annoying if the insurance does not cover - or you are presented with a huge fine because you drove across the border to some invisible Environmental Zone in Germany or a LTZ in Italy (Zona Traffico Limitato )...
Before we start kicking the tires and giving advice on ecofriendly driving, we will take a quick look at the insurance needed:
A few days ago, we went live with our new concept Mileage Log! Here is what Mileage Log is all about - told by our VP of sales Robert Holm.
We are going Live! Ecofleet is live today on June 1 with a completely new concept: Mileage Log!
Mileage Log is designed for you to meet you on your terms. We have directed all attention on your desires, needs and preferences in our new Ecofleet GPS-based Mileage Log.
We hope you like it!