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Old 05-01-2012, 06:06 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by euromodder View Post
Dunno about the EM Garage.
On Spritmonitor, just fill in when you fill up.

Gas and liquid fuels are separated in Spritmonitor.
It's calculating the distance and average consumption from the last fueling of the same type.

But when you add a gas-powered vehicle; you must choose CNG or LPG right away to get the links to both gas and petrol refills !

You could do that, but as you'd probably rather run on LPG, the petrol quantity will be very low every time.

ATM, spritmonitor doesn't combine both fuels in a Grand Total of price / km or CO2/km .

I've added a CNG test vehicle
Details: Fiat - Fiorino - TEST -
So you reckon that it doesn't matter for logging purposes if the lpg tank is not filled,as long as I record the miles it did before I switched to petrol? I can combine gallons of all duel used to give a total mpg..

Does that make sense?
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