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This is an example of a graph for the Vehicles turnover.

read vehicles turnover graph - graph




Every column of the grid below the graph has a precise meaning. Obviously all of the dates are relative to the selected date range.

read vehicles turnover graph - columns


  • Vehicle

The vehicle code to which the data refers shown in a certain line.


  • Activity percentage

Indicates the percentage of the number of working days of the vehicle over the selected period. The value in brackets is the total percentage obtained through the following operation: Total working days / (Duration of the selected period x Total vehicles) x 100


  • Work days

The number of days of work


  • Net total

The sum of the values in Total field (in the Prices tab) of all of the bookings (net of vehicle price) with this vehicle assigned.

read vehicles turnover graph - fields

In the event that a booking (or more than one) falls partly in the selected period, after dividing it proportionally to the duration, only the Total relating to the time that falls within the period is taken.


  • Offsite downtime days 

The number of days in which that vehicle registered an off-site machine stop


  • Expected mi

The sum of the distances set in the bookings assigned to that vehicle.




The last column is a grouping comprising three fields relating to the actual mileage of the bookings related to the assigned vehicles. The resulting data is useful if you have filled these fields correctly in your bookings.

read vehicles turnover graph - other columns


  • Total mi

The sum of the actual miles of all the bookings, specified in the information of completed trip.


  • Average mi per booking

It is the average value obtained from the division of the  Total miles  by the number of bookings (including only those with the actual miles entered).


  • Profitability per mi

The sum of the value in the Total field (of the Price tab) of all bookings, divided by the Total miles, taking into account only the bookings where you entered the actual miles.

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