CANbus driving style summary report

CANbus (controller-area network) is a message-based protocol designed specifically for automotive applications. It allows electronic control units in a vehicle - such as brakes, engines, electronic fuel, and automatic gearboxes - to communicate with each other. The CANbus report provides an overview of fuel consumption, distances traveled and engine hours, as well as incidents such as harsh driving events, over a selected period of time.

This report type is only available for users with the CANbus feature enabled.

To run this report, see Run a report.

Report options

In the Report Options panel, you can choose to include the following driving events in the report:

  • Hard braking

  • Quick starts

  • Harsh cornering

You can also choose to include "Moderate and Severe Events" or "Only Severe Events".

Advanced options

  • 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.

  • Include time range: Select the hours you want to include in the report.

  • Region: Select your country. Report metrics such as distance and date are displayed in the format of the selected country.

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