This article will show you how to set up regular Maintenance Schedules per Vehicle Type and/or Vehicle Classes, to learn more about Vehicle Classes and Types you can check: Vehicle Types and Vehicle Classes.
You can find this feature by navigating to Settings > under Fleet > Maintenance > Maintenance Types tab
Once you are on this page, click the “Add Maintenance Type” button to open the settings.
A window “Edit Maintenance Type” will pop up. This is where you can set up the maintenance schedules per Vehicle Type and/or Vehicle Class.
There are 3 sections to configure in the window as follows:
This is where you can assign a name or label for the maintenance type such as Oil Change, Tires Replacement, Fuel Filter, and etc.
Here is where you can activate or deactivate the maintenance schedule.
Apply to Vehicle Types
You can assign this maintenance schedule to multiple Vehicle Types
Apply to Vehicle Classes
You can assign this maintenance schedule to multiple Vehicle Classes
This field allows you to choose the indicator of the scheduled maintenance depending on an X, such as: X Days, X Distance Driven, and X Rented Days.
This is where you enter the value of the indicator you have chosen from the Interval Type field.
Days of Maintenance
Here is where you enter the number of days this scheduled maintenance will last.
Default Total in Parts
This is where you put the total cost of parts expenses
Default Total in Labor
This is where you put the total cost for labor expenses
Default Repair Type
This field allows you to assign Repair Type, click the name to read more about repair types.
You can assign multiple users to be notified for this maintenance schedule, users selected will receive the email configured.
You can enter the email subject here, for example, “Maintenance Alert – Oil Change”.
Add the email content here.
After you have successfully filled out the information requested on the pop-up window and the steps mentioned above, please Save. You will now see the maintenance type on the table as shown in the image below.