Search for a unit by the owner, unit number, VIN,
serial number, or license plate. After
locating the unit, click the Select button.
The labor activity will be moved to the right-hand
side, and a start time will be added. FleetSquared automatically keeps track of how long a technician spends
on each repair activity.
Click on the description to edit the description,
change the VMRS code, add notes, or change the cause and task reason codes.
To switch back to working on another labor activity,
click on the stopwatch icon in the Start column. This allows you to switch back
and forth between working on different activities
You can review/revise notes and cause/task codes by
clicking on the triangle icon next to each activity. To remove an activity, click on the red X
then click on the Trash bin to remove it.
After selecting a part, the on hand quantity and
storage location (if applicable) will be displayed on the right hand side. Enter the quantity of parts to be used, then
click Issue Part.
The part (along with any linked core parts, if
applicable) will be added to the list of parts in the bottom pane.
Repeat steps 10 - 13 to issue additional parts.
The Pick List button can be clicked on to print a list of parts on the repair along with
their warehouse location. This can be
handy if you have to search for parts in your warehouse.
After completing all repairs and issuing parts, open
the Summary tab. Under the summary tab, notes and readings can
be entered. When your work is complete
and the repair is ready to be reviewed and invoiced by a service manager, click
on the Unit Ready button.
After clicking Unit Ready, your time on the unit will
be stopped and you will return to the unit list on the Tech RO screen to search
for a unit and start your next job.
A service manager can invoice the repair order from the Complete RO screen.
Pause: Use this if you start work on a unit before
you know the unit number. For example,
if you have to go to your yard and grab "the red truck" but you don't
know the unit number, hit Pause and
FleetSquared will keep track of how long you spend being paused. When you come back and enter the unit number,
the time you spend paused will be added to the repair.
End Shift: Stops all timers and ends your shift.
After returning from a break or starting a new day,
you can select a unit that you were still working on before your break / end