Fuel tax reports summarize the driving a vehicle does each day, broken down by each state the vehicle travels through. The types of fuel tax reports are as follows:
- Summary (by Fleet or Vehicle): The total distance a single vehicle or each vehicle in a fleet travels each day, broken down by state.
- Details (by Fleet or Vehicle): A list of the trips a single vehicle or each vehicle in a fleet makes each day. Each trip is starts or stops when the vehicle's ignition goes on or off, the day changes, or the vehicle crosses a state border.
The Fleet reports are laid out like several vehicle reports one after the other, for each vehicle in a specified fleet. The details reports contain the same information as the summary reports, with an additional section after each summary section listing for each vehicle, for each day, every trip the vehicle made during the report period.
The options specific to Performance reports that you can set are as follows:
- Fleet/Vehicle: Which vehicles should be shown in the report.
The columns of a summary section of each report are as follows:
- Vehicle: The name of the vehicle.
- Date: The date for which distance driven is summarized.
- State: The state in which the driving took place.
- Distance: The distance the vehicle drove in the specified state on the specified day.
The columns of the detail (trip) section of details reports are as follows:
- Start Time: The time the trip started. A trip can start because the ignition was turned on, the vehicle crossed a state border, or a new day started.
- Start Location: The location of the vehicle when the trip started.
- Stop Time: The time the trip ended. A trip can end because the ignition was turned off, the vehicle crossed a state border, or the day ended.
- Stop Location: The location of the vehicle when the trip ended.