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The autocavo F2 OBD device syncs with the autocavoFleet platform to provide you with fleet vehicle management, GPS tracking, vehicle maintenance, driving behavior and reporting capabilities. Features include:
- Maintenance and diagnostics alerts
- Service reminder notifications
- Vehicle location and mapping
- Vehicle status (moving, stopped, idling)
- Daily driving and fuel efficiency data
- Reports (based on miles driven, trip duration, fuel cost*, fuel economy* and driver score)
Note: Vehicle-specific features based on the vehicle make, model and year.
The autocavo F2 device costs $99 with a service fee of $11.95 per month or get two months free and save $24 when you pre-pay for one year
No, we offer a monthly option that can be cancelled at any time.
Fleet Management Tool
The autocavoFleet management tool can be accessed from a desktop computer, laptop or mobile device. Internet/Wi-Fi is required to access the website.
The browsers that are compatible with the current system are Google Chrome and Firefox. Other browsers will work, including mobile browsers, but some features may be limited.
Login credentials are required to log into autocavoFleet. You can create a new account by clicking “create a new Account” on the login page
Yes, smartphones are currently supported but the tool works best on a desktop computer or laptop.
The tool is designed to be accessed on a desktop computer or laptop and should not be accessed or used while driving under any circumstances.
An OBD device plugs into a vehicle’s diagnostic port, which is standard on most vehicles manufactured since 1996. When installed, the OBD device accesses the vehicle’s various subsystems to provide information such as vehicle status, diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) and various other performance data.
You can find the port below your dashboard near the steering column and above the pedals. Please always refer to your owner’s manual for the vehicle OBD port location.
The autocavo F2 device will work on most light duty vehicles except for EVs.
The autocavo F2 device will work with most light duty vehicles including SUVs, vans and most pick-up trucks.
Once installed, the autocavo F2 device is powered through the vehicle’s diagnostic port. No other wiring or installation is required. When the vehicle’s ignition is turned off, the OBD device enters a very low power sleep mode that won’t drain your vehicle’s battery.
When installed in the vehicle, autocavo F2 OBD device power consumption is about 10 mAh. For example, if you connected an OBD device to a new vehicle car battery, with the device running continuously it would take ~15,000 hours or ~1.7 years for the OBD device to fully discharge the battery).
You can access autocavoFleet using a desktop computer, laptop or tablet.The application is optimized for Chrome and Firefox browsers although others are also supported. Once you create your account, simply plug the OBD devices into your vehicle and take a drive.
Once connected to the internet, go to the following URL: https://www.autocavoFleet.com
LEDs on the autocavo OBD devices will light up when it is correctly plugged into the vehicle’s diagnostic port.
Red: Solid red = modem registration successful
Green: Solid green = OBD protocol successful
Amber: Solid amber = GPS has a fix
Once the OBD device is registered on autocavoFleet.com and the device is plugged into the diagnostic port on your vehicle, the vehicle needs to be driven on a short trip of at least 1 mile to synchronize the information. However should the vehicle not register on the first trip it may require another trip to fully update on the platform. The device may need to update its software which may extend this process.In the case that your VIN number does not populate after at least 3 trips you may enter this information manually.
Using autocavo Fleet
A trip is measured starting when the vehicle’s ignition switch is turned on and ending when the vehicle ignition is turned off. A trip summary is provided that shows the miles driven, trip duration, fuel consumption, fuel economy, maximum speed and driver score events. Trip duration includes actual vehicle drive time as well as vehicle idle time.
For vehicles where the odometer cannot be read directly by the OBD device, the system calculates the mileage accumulated in your trips using GPS in the OBD device. It automatically rounds trips to the nearest mile and may result in a disparity between the fleet management tool odometer reading and the actual vehicle odometer reading. Often this issue will be resolved after several trips. If not, please manually update your vehicle’s odometer in the fleet management tool.
Additionally, blockage of the GPS signals could cause a disparity between the estimated mileage and actual odometer readings. GPS signal reception can be blocked when inside a building, in areas with tall buildings or by other terrain features resulting in potential errors in calculating your estimated mileage. If this issue persists, please contact email@example.com.
In most instances when the “check engine” or “service engine soon” light is illuminated, it is an indication of a malfunction of the vehicle’s computerized engine-management system triggered by a DTC and will result in a notification sent to the fleet management tool. Some older vehicles have a check engine light that illuminates based on the vehicle’s odometer reading regardless of engine operation or without generating a trouble code.
Depending on your vehicle make and model, one of the following* will be captured:
- Current Fuel Level & Average Fuel Consumption in mpg (for vehicles that provide both fuel level & consumption)
- Current Fuel Level (for vehicles that provide fuel level but not consumption)
- Average Fuel Consumption in mpg (for vehicles that provide fuel consumption but not fuel level)
- No Fuel Data (for vehicles that don’t provide any fuel data)
*Note: Vehicle-specific features are based on the vehicle make and model. Trip data for supported vehicles will include fuel consumption to include the gallons of fuel used for the trip and the miles per gallon value.
The driver score is derived from how the vehicle is being driven to provide insights that can help drivers improve their driving style and save on gas. The score takes into consideration elements such as the actual vehicle speed versus the posted speed limit on a given roadway along with high speed events (above 75 mph or 120 km/h), harsh accelerations (above 7.5 miles or 12 km per second) and harsh braking/deceleration (above 8.7 miles or 14 km per second).
The driving score can be negatively influenced when vehicles are operated in dense, stop-and-go traffic conditions.
Yes. We have implemented technology and policies with the objective of protecting your privacy from unauthorized access and improper use. Only registered users have access to data from the autocavoFleet management tool.
A cloud platform collects data for calculating mileage in order to notify you when recommended services are due. All data received is anonymized. Trip data is collected but is only for fleet management use.
No. Information pertaining to your trips taken and current vehicle location is only available with autocavoFleet which requires credentials to access.
Only registered users have access to your driver score in the autocavoFleet management tool.
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autocavoFleet has a dedicated maintenance page where users can update the service history for each vehicle.
autocavo will retain and store vehicle data for at least one year at which time the data may be permanently deleted. autocavo will delete vehicle data anytime at the request of the customer. Data will be permanently deleted when the following administrative functions is performed by the user:
- Vehicles – Remove vehicle
- Devices- Detach device
As a means of troubleshooting, you can log out of autocavofleet, clear your web browser cookies, then restart your web browser and log in to autocavofleet again.
There is a reset procedure for the email address registered when you established your autocavoFleet account. Please click “Forgot your password?” on the autocavoFleet.com login page to reset your password.
Yes, please refer to the autocavoFleet Reference Guide which is located on your profile page of your autocavoFleet account.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.