With the latest On Bill financing, we are require to use actual fuel usage in TREAT. I tried a couple of times to use actual usage or tried to "True Up " the file with no luck. I'm not really sure if these are the same thing.

Anyone out there willing to teach us how to go about truing up a TPG or entering actual fuel usage?

Thanks

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HI Paul,

Here is a link to an online video that is an introduction to using TREAT software. There is a section that discusses adding a meter.

 

http://help.psdconsulting.com/index.php?_m=knowledgebase&_a=vie...

Amber Harris

Customer Support

Performance Systems Development

Hi Amber,

Thanks for replying to my question,but the link to the video showed an error message.

Here is a more general link to our TREAT support area.

http://www.psdconsulting.com/software/treat/support

From there click on TREAT training videos.  This should work if you have TREAT installed on the computer from which you are searching.

Thanks, find it. I haven't the time yet, but I'll be checking it out in a day or two, and I let you know if I have any further questions.

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