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Question:

Where Does State Mileage go if a Unit Was Unplugged While Crossing State Lines? 

Answer:

Example situation:

A driver pulled the plug on his unit on 7/1/16 while in St. Peters, MO. Unit was plugged back in on 9/9/16 in Arlington, TX. This created a fuel jump of 4675.2 gallons. The 4675.2 gallons of fuel was placed onto the State Mileage report for Texas.

 

Q: Why does the fuel/mileage/etc go under Texas?

 

A: The recorded fuel/mileage/etc must be placed somewhere, and the unit has no other choice than to put it under Texas as it has no other data to draw from as the unit was unplugged.Related articles

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