My Car Log allows you to track basic information about your car, when you refuel, and keep a history of your service events, and show reminders of future service events. In addition to keeping track of when you refuel your car, it will display useful information about those transactions (e.g. Miles per Gallon) and provides an overall summary of your vehicle's performance including total costs for several different time periods. My Car Log supports multiple vehicles and provides an individual summary of events for each car. Distances can be tracked in either Miles or Kilometers and quantity of fuel can be tracked in either gallons or liters.
What's new in this version
18.104.22.168 - * Removed decimal point for distances. Most odometers do not include the decimal point. * Changed website in the about section. 22.214.171.124 - * For new fuel events, the average distance between refueling is added to the last odometer to give an estimate of the next fill up. The entry no longer clears out because of this. * Reminders have been added. Provides an approximate based on the type of reminder and the factors that build it (e.g. a reminder for 3,000 miles will approximate your daily usage and find out when 3,000 miles will occur from the last service odometer) * Reminders can also be turned into Service events. If the Reminder is a reoccurring one, it will create the next instance of itself when the new service event is saved. * Compact View has been implemented. You can now see the main screen with entries in a compact view format. * OneDrive support has been added. A copy of your data can be saved to the main directory of your OneDrive account. This can be copied other places if you want, but will only pull from that location. * Main page now shows the latest 20 events in each category instead of 10. 126.96.36.199 - * Fixed the Scheduled Maintenance Light Theme image so that it now appears * Fixed bug causing the car page to crash because of service events * Changed all NaN's to 0 or 1 as this was causing hanging in advanced calculations