Add Units

Add Units

  1. To add a unit to FleetSquared, open the Fleet menu and select Unit Master.

  2. Click on the New Unit button at the top right corner of the Unit Master screen.

  3. Search for the unit owner using the text field.  Alternatively, you can add a new owner/customer by clicking on the new owner link. After locating or creating the unit owner, click on the Select button.

  4. The unit number and description fields are required.  All other fields are optional.  The Advanced section at the bottom can be expanded to enter engine, transmission, and rear axle details. Click Save / Exit at the bottom of the screen to finish adding the new unit.

  5. The new unit will be added to your list of units on the Unit Master screen:

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