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Route

To manage the information regarding the trip route, click the Route tab on the page of a specific quotation.



Start writing the address or point of interest.
Choose a point from those suggested or define a new favorite point by clicking on the + icon.
In the list of suggestions, the places have the light blue icon.
To find out more about favorite points read the guide to Manage your places.



Keep in mind that if you specify the Date and Time of a point of the route, you have to also specify the Type, and vice versa. Specify the type by choosing from the available options.
Each route must start with a pickup (or start of hire duty) and end with a drop-off (or end of hire duty) to be valid.



In the case of an quotation does not yet have all the relevant information, you can create a route without any date or type.
To print a quotation document where only the start date appears, enter the date you want in the first point of the route, set the time as 12:00 AM and enter the same date and time at the last point of the route.



Add new points from the + button below, and remove them with the trash can.



You can also duplicate a route point. Right-click on it and select Duplicate.



Drag the rows to organize the points of the route as you want. It is obligatory that each timetable must be consecutive to the previous one. Any errors in the ordering of the timetable or type is signaled when saving.



After you’ve decided the route, you can view it directly on Google Maps by clicking on the icon in the field with the mi you find at the bottom right, under the route table.
On Google Maps, you can understand the distances and travel times of your route.



Hire Duties

For optioned quotations, it is possible to also manage the hire duties. Click on the blue arrows on the Route tab and select Hire duties.



Depending on the route and number of vehicles specified, the rows of vehicle and driver hire duties are automatically generated.
The image below, for example, shows, for a quote with two vehicles, the first and second hire duty ( # 2).



To add a driver or assistant hire duty, click + at the bottom. Choose the type of Resource, the Vehicle hire duty to put in, and whether the duration is entire or partial. In the second case you can specify different start and end times and places.
Each driver’s hire duty is marked with a capital letter that distinguishes it from the others within the same vehicle turn.



To change an existing hire duty, click on the blue pencil icon on the left side of the row.



If on the route there are more start duty – end duty pairs specified, a vehicle duty is created for each.
The image below, for example, shows hire duty number 1 and hire duty number 2.

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