Our platform allows users to set maintenance alerts in various ways, based on different criteria such as time, distance, engine hours, and other factors. Here are some of the ways in which maintenance alerts can be set:
Time-based alerts: Users can set alerts based on a specific time interval, such as every 3 months or every 6 months, to remind them when maintenance tasks are due.
Distance-based alerts: Users can set alerts based on the distance traveled by the vehicle, such as every 10,000 kilometers or every 5,000 miles.
Engine hours-based alerts: Users can set alerts based on the number of hours the engine has been running, which can be a useful metric for vehicles that are driven for long periods without covering much distance, such as generators or stationary equipment.
Usage-based alerts: Users can set alerts based on other usage factors, such as the number of stops made by the vehicle or the amount of time spent idling.
Customized alerts: Users can customize alerts to suit their specific needs, such as setting up alerts for specific maintenance tasks or creating unique combinations of time, distance, and engine hour-based triggers.