When exporting my fuel-up data, the values in the CSV file appear to be in completely different units than the headers say, aren't exactly accurate, and "price" seems to be an arbitrary value.
I'm trying to budget my monthly expenditure on petrol, so I exported my fuel-up history. However, the values in the CSV file don't match what I see on the website, because they're in imperial units, rather than metric. Price is an anomaly of its own.
For example, my 2009/07/29 fuel-up is as follows:
In the CSV for the same date, I get:
km: 386.4 (miles to kilometers = 621.85052, not exactly the same as above)
litres: 11.549 (gallons to litres = 43.7177207, again, slightly different)
price: 29.034 (Uhhhh?)
mpg: 33.455 (mpg to l/100 = 7.03, also somewhat off)
Could the export not just give me the same data I see on the website? That would be ideal.