How do I download/export my driving data from the web dashboard?

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To download/export your driving data from the Web Dashboard, simply click on the “Export” button in the lower right-hand corner of the page. Once you click on export, you will be presented with the following export options:
  • Export selected trips
  • Export trips currently in trip list
  • Export all trips


Once you click on one of the above options, the data will download into a .CSV file on your computer.

If the web app freezes as it's trying to process the export, please try exporting a smaller date range. If you try exporting too much data at once, it may freeze up. 

To select a specific trip(s) for export, simply click on it within the list. A blue line will appear along the left-hand side of a trip once it’s selected (see screenshot below).

Screenshot of a selected trip (blue line):


Please note that there is a known issue when using Safari to export data. The export file will be named “unknown” with no file extension, so you will need to manually add the .CSV extension to the file once it’s downloaded.



The data export file will contain the following fields:

  1. Vehicle
  2. Start Location Name
  3. Start Time
  4. End Location Name
  5. End Time
  6. Distance (mi)
  7. Duration (min)
  8. Fuel Cost (USD)
  9. Average MPG 
  10. Fuel Volume (gal)
  11. Hard Accelerations
  12. Hard Brakes
  13. Duration Over 70 mph (secs)
  14. Duration Over 75 mph (secs)
  15. Duration Over 80 mph (secs)
  16. Start Location Lat
  17. Start Location Lon
  18. Start Location Accuracy (meters)
  19. End Location Lat
  20. End Location Lon
  21. End Location Accuracy (meters)
  22. Path
  23. Tags
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