This report allows you to see instances when your drivers stopped close to each other for a specified time period. You can see when drivers reached the location, their overlap time, and any idling that might have occurred.
To run this report, see Run a report.
- Number of Stops required: Enter the minimum number of stops required to create a proximity incident.
- Maximum distance: Enter a maximum distance between vehicles.
- Minimum Number of Vehicles: Enter the minimum number of vehicles required to create a proximity incident.
- Only Show Overlapping Stops: Select this option to show only those incidents when drivers stopped at a location at the same time.
- Overlap Duration: Enter a minimum overlap time.
- Ignore events in the following places: To open the popup window, click Select. Choose locations from the popup window and click Confirm.
- Include closest x Geofences: Select the number of nearby geofences to display, from 1 to 5.
- Show: Select from "Address Only", "Geofences", or "Both geofences and addresses" to determine whether to show the addresses of places, or geofences that you have created, or both.
- Stop filters: Choose to include Both Ignition Off and Idle Stops (the start and end of a stop is measured by vehicle movement) or Ignition Off Stops only (the start and end of a stop is measured from when the ignition is turned on and off).
- Hide Stops less than x minutes: Set the time (in minutes) from which a stop is shown. Stops that are shorter than this time are considered driving time and not displayed as a stop.
- Include page break between drivers: Select this option to display each driver on a separate page. This separation can make it easier to carry out administrative tasks on the report.
- Time Zone: Whether to base the time zone in the report on User, Vehicle, or UTC.
- Include time range: Select the time range to include in the report.
- Region: Select your country.