1. Start the Drive Log
Marker 1: Choose a car.
Marker 2: If you're authorized you can edit the Start Date and the Start Time. timr automatically suggests the current time but you can adjust the Start Date and Time.
The good thing is, if you've forgotten to start you can easily start as soon as you've noticed it.
Marker 3: You can insert the actual mileage of your car as the start mileage for the next trip.
Marker 4: You can enter a route, like for example London-Birmingham.
Marker 5: You can add a purpose, for example Customer Meeting.
Marker 6: You can add whom you've visited, for example Delta Inc, Mr. Doe.
Marker 7: You can define if it is a business trip.
Marker 8: Press "Start" to start timr mileage recording.
Marker 9: You can add with one touch a Drive Log entry.
2. Stop the Drive Log
This is an example for a running mileage recording. You can pause, stop or delete this recording by pressing on it.
Marker 1: The car can't be changed.
Marker 2: If you are authorized to, you can edit the Start/End Date and Time before you Stop the running recording.
Marker 3: You can edit the start mileage.
Marker 4: You can insert the end mileage.
Marker 5: You edit your route, like: Munich - Vienna. If you press on "Add Current Position", timr inserts your current position.
Marker 6: You can add a "Purpose", for example: Meeting with Costumer.
Marker 7: You can define which person/company/... you've visited, for example: Delta Inc, Mr. Doe
Marker 8: You can define if the trip was a business trip.
Marker 9: When you click "Stop" the mileage tracking will be stopped.
Marker 10: You can delete the ongoing drive log record.
Marker 11: You can add with one touch a Drive Log entry.