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Maintenance

Knowing when a vehicle is needed for inspection and servicing is useful. It allows planning for fleet managers to budget and estimates the downtime of their vehicles. It tracks warranty claims to ensure that owners follow the correct servicing procedures. Plus, it makes sure the car is running safely, with any problems identified early. 

Full Data Catalog

Our data catalog on Airtable contains technical information specific to each data category, including its properties and their production availability.

What Is Maintenance Data?

High Mobility’s advanced API pulls a wide range of maintenance data points. The braking system needs regular inspection, with fluid changes. Services and due dates are all part of maintenance data too. With dates for the next oil change, the distance until the next oil change and status of the last inspection can all be housed in the vehicle's control modules. 

Maintenance data keeps track of the e-call teleservice operations and logs the history of when these calls were made. Understanding when a vehicle is in an accident or if a vehicle is overdue a service.

Use Cases

When fleet managers want to track the status of the vehicle, they can easily display the live mileage, service records and fluid levels to see if the car is fully functioning. Also, preventative maintenance and booking services in advance can be beneficial for fleet managers who want to operate efficiently. Maintenance data also prevents excessive repair bills in the long run and protects warranty claims if a part fails.