These are the vehicles that are allocated to your Track My Ride account. You can click on a vehicle's name to view it on the main map. Click on the rows to expand them for more information. Edit a vehicle by clicking the pencil icon.
It's important to keep track of who has been driving your vehicles, and with Track My Ride we can make this easy. You can allocate a driver to a vehicle and they will then be shown in the records of your reports. Allocating your drivers to your vehicles allows you to keep accurate historic records in case you need to check who was driving a vehicle in the past. Drivers can also be allocated to vehicles using the Track My Ride Driver ID keyfob system if supported by your Track My Ride hardware.
|Unique ID||First Name||Last Name||ID||Name||Phone Number||Company ID||Department||Hire Date||Keyfob ID||Operating Vehicle|
Alerts are raised to notify you when events of interest occur with your vehicles. This could be different scenarios like turning on/off the vehicle's engine or entering and exiting a zone. You can setup and modify alert criteria in the 'Setup' tab above. Download our app for Android and iPhone to receive these notifications on your phone. The most recent 100 alerts from the past month are shown below.
Alerts are raised to notify you when events of interest occur with your vehicles. This could be different scenarios like turning on/off the vehicle's engine or entering and exiting a zone. Your existing alerts and the number of times they have been triggered are displayed below. Download our app for Android and iPhone to receive these notifications on your phone.
The Journey Report gives you a detailed list of the journeys your vehicles have made from point A to point B. Journeys can be flagged as business or private which is reflected in the tax logbook report.
|Unique ID||Vehicle||Rego||Driver||Type||Start||Stop||Duration||From||To||Distance (km)||Odometer (km)||Speed (km/h)||Melbourne CBD||Sydney CBD||View||Classification||Notes|
The Journey Summary Report tallies up the individual journeys shown in the 'Journey Report'. The totals are calculated from the date range selected. If you are only interested in the journeys for a single vehicle you can type that vehicle's name in the search box to apply a filter.
|Unique ID||Vehicle||Rego||Date||Journeys||Avg. Journey Time||Total Journey Time||Avg. Journey Distance (km)||Total Distance (km)||Speed (km/h)||Stops||Avg. Stop Time||Total Stopped Time||Daily Activity||Daily Total Distance||Within Melbourne %||Within Sydney %|
The Engine On/Off report shows the times that the vehicle's engine has turned on and off along with the locations and duration of the event.
The Toll Report lists the national toll points your vehicles have passed through, along with the cost and totals for the selected duration.
|Unique ID||Vehicle||Rego||Driver||Date||Journey Start||Journey End||Start Address||Stop Address||Toll Point|
Time in Zones
The Time in Zones report outlines the time periods your vehicles have spent inside the zones you have setup on your account.
|Vehicle||Rego||Driver||Entry Time||Exit Time||Zone Name||Duration|
The Engine Idle report lists the times that your vehicle has had its engine turned on during the time periods between journeys found in the Journeys Report.
|Unique ID||Vehicle||Rego||Driver||Event||Start||Stop||Start Address||Stop Address||Distance||Average Speed||Top Speed||Business||Notes|
The Tax Logbook Report automatically classifies the journeys your vehicle has made for business and private use during the date period selected. The Australian Taxation Office specifies that if this is the first year you have used the logbook method you must keep a logbook during the income tax year for at least 12 continuous weeks.
The automatic classification operates as follows
- * A journey can be manually classified as business or private. If it has not been manually classified the below criteria will be applied.
- * A journey is classified as 'Business' only if its start time falls between the business hours you set in the options for this report.
- * The journey's start and stop location is checked to see if it falls within any of your existing zones, and depending on if those zones are classified as business or private as follows
Stop - Business Zone Stop - Private Zone Stop - No Zone Start - Business Zone Business Private Business Start - Private Zone Private Private Business Start - No Zone Business Private No change
|Unique ID||Start Time||Stop Time||Start Odometer||Stop Odometer||Distance (km)||Classification||User Notes||Auto Notes|
Raw GPS Data
View the raw GPS data points and information that your tracker has transmitted to our servers. We derive the values in the other reports from this data.
|Vehicle||Recorded At||Uploaded At||Upload Delta (sec)||Lat, Lng||Speed (km/h)||Bearing||Satellites||Voltage||Ignition||Extended Data|
Perform a stocktake of your vehicles based on the zones they are currently located in.
The Refueling Report utilises the refueling data you have entered for your vehicles to calculate your average L/100km. If the L/100km deviates from the average more than the threshold then the entry is highlighted for review. This report can be used to identify if multiple vehicles are being refueled with your company fuel card or to simply monitor average fuel consumption trends.
|Unique ID||Vehicle||Rego||Driver||From||To||Journeys||Travel Time||Distance (km)||L/100km||Deviation from Average (L)||Litres Refueled||Cents Per Litre||Cost|
The Maintenance report checks your vehicle odometers and reports on vehicles that are approaching or have exceeded their periodic maintenance window. The report will show your vehicles that are within 20% of their next service interval or have passed their service interval by 10%.
The Heatmap report allows you to see which areas your vehicles most often frequent. The report inspects the recorded datapoints from your vehicles and sorts them into grid blocks across the map. The grid blocks are ordered from those with most activity to least activity, with the percentage of coverage of the total set. You can change the size of the grid block in the report options. Grids with fewer than 10 recorded datapoints within are filtered out to limit the result set from being too large.
|Bounds||ID||Percentage||Vehicle count||Point count||Grid bounds||Map view|
The Inputs report shows the duration that external devices connected to your tracker have been active for. The input channels are active while a greater than 9 Volts signal is present on the corresponding input wire from your tracker. This is useful for recording the usage of external devices like fuel pumps, lights, alarms and similar.
|Unique ID||Vehicle||Start||Stop||Duration||Input Channel|
The Utilisation report inspects the duration of events generated by your vehicles and classifies them based on whether or not they meet your benchmark duration criteria.
This can be very useful for monitoring events such as for example, a tow truck's tilt tray operating time (via an input) or engine on/off times for machinery. If you need to ensure your drivers meet a certain benchmark simply set your report's options and you can see how frequently your drivers are hitting the mark!
The Driver History report allows you to see which of your drivers have been operating your vehicles and for how long. Logins that occurred during the selected date range are returned. Drivers are logged into your vehicles via the Drivers and Vehicles tab, or when a driver ID keyfob is used in the vehicle.
The Alert History report shows you all the alerts that have been raised for your account and the extended data associated with the alert such as who was driving the vehicle and the journey the vehicle was on when the alert occurred if applicable.
|Date||Vehicle||Rego||Driver||Location||Alert Criteria||Event||Journey Start||Journey Stop||Journey Duration||Journey Start Address||Journey Stop Address||Journey Distance|
Tracker Self Check
Perform a diagnostic self check on your Track My Ride system. This self check looks for common issues that can be caused by incorrect installation, low power, power supply interruptions, lack of GPS signal and other common faults that can reduce the accuracy and functionality of your Track My Ride system. If a fault is found a summary and potential resolution will be shown in the status notes.
|Status Notes||Comms ID||Unique ID||Vehicle||Rego||Odometer||External Power Source||Internal Battery||Voltage||Location||Zones||Last Comms||Comms Delta||Status|
Reports can be scheduled to be sent to your email automatically. To schedule a report simply find the report you wish to receive periodically and press the 'Schedule' button to create your new scheduled report.
|Unique ID||Report||Vehicles||Period||Scheduled Day||Scheduled Hour||Format||Report Options|
These settings will take effect when your next reload the Track My Ride app.
The panic button is a great feature to enhance the safety of the people operating your vehicles.
When the panic button is pressed in one of your vehicles the contacts below will be notified via SMS and Email and Push Notification. If present, the phone of the driver associated with the vehicle will also be notified via SMS. SMS will be dispatched if you have SMS credits available on your account with SMS credits deducted where applicable per SMS generated. The panic button is supported by TMR hardware that feature input channels. The panic button can be triggered once per vehicle per 30 minutes.
Setting up the panic button
For installation help, please refer to www.trackmyride.com.au/install. The panic button action must be enabled on the input channel you have installed it on, for each vehicle individually via the vehicle's settings. You should test the panic button after instalation to confirm you have installed it correctly.
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API keys provide one click login to Track My Ride and allow you to interact with your Track My Ride account programatically. Any action you perform through the Track My Ride user interface can be accessed via our API using your unique API keys. This allows you to incorporate Track My Ride's data and analytics into your own application or website.
You can generate new keys with access your vehicles below. Please keep your API keys private, as they permit full access to your account and vehicle positional data.
See https://www.trackmyride.com.au/api/ for more info.
API technical manual : Download API manual version 1.7.1
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Sub accounts allow you to create unique logins for your staff or family. You can configure the permissions that these sub accounts have and the vehicles they have access to.
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