Re: TOV users Real World FE database - Updated 3Jun2012
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HONDA AFVM wrote:
danielgr wrote: Potenza, Cforez, and Hondasrule, there you go on the list.
It seems that:
1) We have a new "man to beat" (question is, can he keep this pace in the long run? or will he be a "sprinter"??? :P )
2) Competition is heating up in the middle of the table.
Glad you all abundantly outdo your respective US EPA ratings ;)
OK, I want in on this, How do I get in. I have 35,000 miles of records on my phone (gas app) I can transfer to this sight. I am 43.34 MPG right now over 35,000 miles of winter, summer and snow tire driving......
After you open your account in spritmonitor and register your car, there are two ways of transfering your stuff:
1) Copy them all manually (one by one, selecting whatever parameters you want such as winter tires, etc. none of them are mandatory)
2) If you have a way to export your "gas-app" data into a "csv" (comma separated values) file, do it, then use Excel or similar program to tailor it to SpritMonitor format and import it from the website... In order to understand the proper format I would suggest you enter the first entries (2 or 3 would do), then export in csv from spritmonitor. The file you need to build up has to be shaped in exactly the same way.
Now, if I remember fine, you were not really proficient with computers, so the whole csv thing may sound like an awfully complex road for you... In such case... go the manual way or wait until you have a new car !!!
You are correct....LOL I do have a spread sheet on my computer at work someone took off my phone and put on my computer. I got a new phone, a Razor Max and the gas app was on my Droid Incredible, I tried to transport them, it wouldn't work, so they put it on my computer to try to transport it from there, that didn't work, but that sheet is still there, it doesn't have the last 3 fill ups on there, but I can add those........how do I transport that sheet to the spritmonitor? And is spritmonitor a TOV thing?