Pb, my odometer reading is fine, it went to 45k kilometres so is in sequence, so it seems to be down to bad calculating again. Hopefully given another ten fuel ups it'll be right again. Just about to fill it up again so I'll see what that does. Thanks
Ok I just put another fuel up in, and we're back to 24.9 which is right Seems that the partial fuel up confused it. There is no way in the world my car will do over 30mpg unless you're pushing it. I'll look at the numbers later to see how it's getting 1518.8km and 135.7 litres to see where the discrepency is, thanks.
Great site, and thanks for all your help BTW not sure it's anything to do with you but the mobile site is no longer allowing me to enter decimal places on fuel ups, it's not available on my Galaxy S3. I don't know if that's an S3 fault or something changed on the mobile version, but thought I'd say.
This will set a cookie that tells Fuelly Mobile to use the standard keypad for entering numbers. That's about the best we can do on this end.
When you mark a fuel-up as partial you won't get an individual MPG for that fuel-up or the next one. Once you have two full fuel-ups in a row you'll start getting that number again. The reason is that Fuelly calculates that number using the difference from full. When you add a partial, there's no full tank volume to calculate from. And if we just use the partial tank, it makes the tank look bigger than it is in reality—you'd get a misleading number.
I was just thinking why not aggregate partial fuel ups with the next full tank, along with mileage? You could run on half a tank for ten fill ups, then do a whole tank and find out how that changes economy.
Anyway I won't take any more of your time. Thanks again, thanks for the site.