SMS fueling use to record the % city vs highway driving by placing C and then a number after a fuel up
ie 300 3.35 15.0 C90
The "C90" would record as 90% city driving...sometime in the last 6 weeks the SMS format has changed? The city driving is no longer automatically recorded and I have to go to the site and use the slider. When I went to my fuel ups I noticed the "C90" had populated the NOTE column. So it looks like the SMS is not registering the C90 as city % but rather as the personal note...like "Very expensive"
I re-read the FAQ on SMS format and I am wondering if I need to add an additional 'comment' after the C90 in order to get fuelly to recognize that the C90 is not a comment but rather the driving type class.
ie 300 3.35 15.0 C90 typed note
thoughts? I don't like having to use a work around but I will..I have been texting the fuel up data in the same format for over a year and I think the parsing recently changed.