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Add a Fuel Tax Trip

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From the Fuel Tax section in the Vehicles tab, find the unit the trip should be attached to. This can be done by scrolling through your list of units, by searching for a specific unit code, or by using the advanced filters. Click on the unit code to open up the unit's Fuel Tax file.

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Click Add New.

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Under Trip Information (all fields marked in Red are required):

  • Work Month is the month in which the trip occurs.
  • Trip Number needs to be unique. Generate Trip Number can also be used to have the system create one.
  • Trip Incomplete toggle is used when data has been entered but not the entire trip. This tells the system to not verify the data until toggled off.
  • Odometer Start will show the previous odometer reading if this option is enabled in Trip Entry Options. If not, enter the starting odometer reading.
  • Enter the Ending Odometer.
  • Miles, Gallons, and MPG are automatically calculated based on the information entered in the trip lines below.

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Adding the trip lines:

  • Select the appropriate State/Province code from the drop down menu in which the mileage was traveled.

  • If the setting was enabled in the settings, the Date will automatically fill, otherwise enter the date in which the mileage occurred

  • Enter the Odometer reading as it was when the vehicle started driving in that jurisdiction.

  • Nontoll miles will automatically populate.  

  • If there are any Toll miles, those would be entered in the next column.

  • The Total will then be automatically calculated.

  • If the mileage was done while empty, or unladen, check the box in the Unladen column to indicate this.

  • Fuel: Any fuel purchased in the jurisdiction can be entered under Fuel #1 and Fuel #2.  See the Fuel Codes directly above the entry grid (Shown in yellow circle section in image below). The system defaults to Gallons/Liters Receipted (GR/LR), but there are a number of other fuel codes that can be used.  Each fuel code will contain two letters; first G or L depending on the unit of measurement being used (gallons or liters) and second, the type of fuel being purchased:

    • R - Receipted: Should be used if there is proof of purchase, i.e. a receipt.

    • N - Non Receipted: Should be used if there is no proof of purchase, i.e. no receipt (Note: Any fuel labeled as Non Receipted will NOT be included for IFTA tax credits but will be used to calculate Fleet MPG).

    • P - Tax Paid Bulk: Should be used for bulk fuel in which tax was already paid (Note: Any fuel labeled as Tax Paid Bulk will be included for IFTA tax credit).

    • T - Tax Not Paid Bulk: Should be used for bulk fuel in which tax has not been paid.

    • B - Bulk: If your company as Bulk Fuel Tanks and will be including those gallons in the trip reports, then the Bulk fuel options will need to be selected in your Settings. See Jurisdiction Control Settings for more information. 

    • F - Reefer: Should be used if fuel is Reefer fuel and subject to rebate (Note: This would not be used for IFTA as Reefer fuel isn't subject to IFTA, but would be used for tracking purposes instead).

    • Note: This field is only for the amount of fuel purchased.

  • If additional lines are needed, click +add another to insert a new line.  If a line needs to be removed, click the trash can icon to Delete the lines.

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The data is verified per the settings in Data Verification Settings.  Any errors will show up in Red.

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Remember to Save when finished.

You can also Edit Trip Listings here if needed. (See Add Mileage Listings / Add Trip Permit Listings / Add a Fuel Receipt Listing for more information on editing listings.)

Clicking Save & Add New will Save the current trip and allow you to add another trip to the unit.

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