First you'll use our online application to add your wifi networks to the mileage tracker and link it to your account. A Windows or Mac computer is required.
Simply place the device in your car, connect it to the supplied USB car charger, and verify it can connect to your WiFi network (it lights up).
Mileage Ace has been automatically uploading your trips whenever you park within wifi range. Login to your account as often as you like to access your log and create reports.
Mileage Ace Wifi needs to be programmed with your network info so it can upload trips into your online account. This happens at setup time or whenever your network info changes.
Wifi is not needed when you are driving. It connects when you park near your networks. Or you can use a hotspot for on-the-go uploading.
The mileage tracker can hold over 50 hours of actual drive time before needing to upload. For most people this covers at least a month of driving.
These mileage trackers work great for many people, but certain issues with wifi can cause headaches. Here's what you will need to know.
Mileage Ace Wifi only uses this frequency.
You might need to update your router's security level.
Routers sometimes auto-block Mileage Ace devices because of the distance they connect from (the router thinks its a hacker).
We've all seen wifi routers have problems. If your device stops connecting and you don't realize it, you could eventually lose data.
When the mileage tracker can't upload it stores trips in memory. If a connection problem occurs and you fail to recognize it, the memory can eventually fill up, causing lost trip data until the problem is fixed.
While The Mileage Ace can be totally automatic, we've also included manual options so you can set any trip to business right on the spot.
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