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Old 08-03-2014, 08:07 AM   #1
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Total miles tracked is off

I noticed my miles entry on 7/2/2014 fill up is now missing. Which inaccurately displays total miles tracked. My total miles tracked should be 2326. Thank you.
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Old 08-04-2014, 02:57 PM   #2
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That is your first odometer entry. Fuelly uses that as your starting point to calculate the mileage traveled on your next fill-up.
Did you perhaps forget to enter the odometer mileage on the June 26 fill-up?
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That is your first odometer entry. Fuelly uses that as your starting point to calculate the mileage traveled on your next fill-up.
Did you perhaps forget to enter the odometer mileage on the June 26 fill-up?
No. The car was bought new June 26 with 13.2 gallons added. I had entered the mileage for the 7/2/2014 fill up but, again, the mileage is missing. Which screws up the total miles driven. This is becoming more of a pin in the a$$ than its worth. I'll keep my own stats from now on.
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Fuelly is skipping the 0 mile entry and then using your #2 fill-up as your first/starting point.
We created a fix for this (the dealer fills/zero miles) but it caused too many issues for other accounts so we had to go back to the way it was before.
If you edit your first fill (the dealer fill) to show an odometer of 1 (best we can do for now) it'll display your MPG for the 7/2 fuel-up.

I've made the change to your fuel log so you can see the differences.
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