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paid load mileage vs all miles comparision

One thing I would like to see in the reports would be the ability to put in what your loaded miles, and empty miles paid vs the total miles that the truck actually rolled for that time period.

By doing this a person could see what percentage of their total miles is paid, loaded and empty, and then excess mileage. For example if I decide to take time off and go home after delivering a load at the terminal I am not paid those miles that I drive from the terminal to the house.

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A while back I herd KR mention an idea for a "what if?" comparison (what if I drove 200 less miles or what if I got 0.4 better fuel mileage).

you could do this by putting numbers in a new month for a comparison then printing it out or print to a PDF then don't forget to delete the hypothetical month so it doesn't confuse your real numbers.

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I don't know if it right or not but I enter all my miles for the month. on the first of the month and last of the month i write down my odometer and just do the math and enter that in. If you put in to many empty miles that month you will see it on your gross cpm. it will drive it down if your satisfied with what it is your good if it gets to low then you have to eliminate those empty miles. This was your taking into account all your miles even the once when your home moving the truck to the shop or whatever.

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Each load I run I start with mt entry then have my place I loaded stuff in-between then final out at consignee. After done I subtract my lded from mt right then. For each load I have total miles, then loaded and mt. I just keep 1 sheet on my computer that I transfer that to. I know not as easy as just into gauges but if you note it at each trip doesn't take much to see where you are.

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