The automated recording of driving data eliminates human errors and facilitates everyday work.
The traditional logbook model has typically been a paper logbook form, on which data is entered manually. A logbook is, for example, a PDF file, which is printed and filled out. The logbook is usually transferred from a physical form to an Excel table. Today, however, it must be obvious that keeping a logbook in this way is unreliable and cumbersome. Tickets and notes are easily lost, and one may completely forget to record items in the midst of work pressures. Data recorded more or less accurately is directly reflected in costs. For example, 100 kilometres “driven with a pencil” cost the company 500 euros a year per employee.
Kiho automates the logbook
The Kiho Driving Log is always implemented with a device installed in the car. The quick installation device is installed in the OBD port located under the steering wheel or to the cigarette lighter with an adapter. Therefore, anyone can perform this installation without difficulty. Another option is a non-removable device, which is connected directly to the battery voltage. The non-removable device is somewhat more reliable and accurate. In both cases, the device is switched on through a mobile phone or computer application, and the driving data is automatically stored in the Kiho system. The necessary descriptions and entries (work journey or own journey) can be added later through a telephone.