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Refuel and Siphon

Refuel and Siphoning policies are policies that allows you to receive notification whenever there’s a refueling or siphoning activity made on your vehicle.

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Both policies have the same option, with the difference being the label. Let’s learn how to manage these two policies.

1.Setup Refuel/Siphoning Policy
2.Edit Refuel/Siphoning Policy
3.Disable Refuel/Siphoning Policy

Setup Refuel/Siphoning Policy

Step 1 : Define your policy

Login to your account and click on “Policy”. From there, click on ‘Add New Policy’ and click ‘Refuel’ or ‘Siphoning’ policy. You’ll arrive at the Refuel policy creation page.

Create Refuel Policy
This is the create Refuel Policy screen.

Create Siphoning Policy
This is the create Siphoning Policy screen.

Policy name : Set the name for this policy.
Minimum Refuel % / Minimum Siphoning % : Set the minimum refuel percentage; i.e setting it to 25% will ensure that you receive notification whenever the fuel is refueled/siphoned more than 25% of your fuel capacity.
E-mail Notification : Select ‘Yes’ in order to receive email notifications whenever this policy is breached.
Active : Select ‘Yes’ to activate this policy and ‘No’ to set it inactive.

Once you filled in all fields, click ‘Next’ to go to the next step.

Step 2 : Assign vehicles

You will be greeted with the ‘Select Vehicle’ screen.

Fuel_Select_Vehicle

You can either click on each vehicles that you wishes to assign the policy to; or you can simply click on “Select All” to assign all vehicles to the policy. Click ‘Next’ once you’re done.

Step 3 : Review Summary

The next screen is the review summary – ensure that all setting is in accordance to your preference.

Refuel summary

If there are any changes, you can edit them by clicking on the ‘Prev’ button; otherwise click “Submit” to create the policy. You will be greeted with a green “Policy created!” message, denoting that you have successfully created the policy.

Refuel and Siphoning a success

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Edit Refuel/Siphoning Policy

Step 1 : Edit the policy’s definition

You can edit your already-created Refuel/Siphoning policy by first navigate to the Policy screen. From there, click on the “edit policy” button for the policy.

Edit policy refuel

The edit policy screen will be shown as below :

Refuel Policy
This is the “Edit Refuel Policy” screen.

Edit Siphon Policy

This is the edit “Siphoning Policy” screen.

Edit any fields/values that you wishes to update and click Next to go to the next step.

Step 2 : Edit the selected vehicles

Edit refuel or siphoning policy - choose vehicles

This screen shows the vehicles that were already selected during the last time you create or edit the policy. You can select/deselect any vehicles that you wish. Click next when you’re done.

Step 3 : Review Edited Policy

Refuel policy summary

This is the Refuel policy’s summary.

Siphon Policy summary edit

This is the Siphon policy’s summary.

The last screen shows your updated policy; you can go back and re-edit any information by clicking on the ‘Prev’ button. If everything has been updated accordingly, click ‘Submit’ and your updated policy will be reflected on your account; a “Policy updated” will be shown as indication of a successful update.

policy successfully updated!

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Disable Refuel/Siphoning Policy

You can disable the Checkpoint Policy by clicking on the disable button.

Disable Fuel Policy

Enable button This will enable the policy.

Disable buttonThis will disable the policy.

Another way of disabling the policy is by clicking on the edit edit-button button. You will be redirected to the edit policy page. Set the ‘Active’ field to ‘No’ and save the policy.

Disable policy

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