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I know there are a couple other Tundra owners on Fuelly, but wondering if there are some more. I tried some iPhone apps for tracking fuel mileage, but they didn't have any backup options so following a clean sweep of the phone all my data was lost. Turned to Fuelly for online fuel mileage tracking and haven't looked back. Works great.

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I use it. I will contact you using Fuelly. Somebody else from here freinded me today on there.

I have been tracking milage, for work and tax purposes since 1998 in a little steno book. I can show you every fill up in one of my work trucks and the starting ending milage for any of them since January 1998, including some of my maintenance. I thought fueely would save me some time, haven't seen that happen yet.
 

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I'm a member too. I still use the books in all of my vehicles.

I've found fuelly to be more inconvenient than its worth and only update it when I remember to bring my book into the house.
 

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I'm a member too. I still use the books in all of my vehicles.

I've found fuelly to be more inconvenient than its worth and only update it when I remember to bring my book into the house.
Yup im a member too, RadiantRedTRD....shocking user name right? HA!
 

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I just joined a couple weeks ago and have only had 2 fuel-ups to add.

Question for ya guys... Obviously neither of my fill-ups have been on a completely empty tank, so both have been checked as "partial fill-up." The site never asked for my tank-size when I entered in all my info; how is it properly calculating my mpg's if it doesn't have a baseline tank level to start from?

And my ID there is PoPo2239 as well...
 

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I am also a member, User name redf4rr. Popo I never check the partial button. It will figure your mileage on miles and gallons you put in. I think that button is for your knowledge.
 

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I just joined a couple weeks ago and have only had 2 fuel-ups to add.

Question for ya guys... Obviously neither of my fill-ups have been on a completely empty tank, so both have been checked as "partial fill-up." The site never asked for my tank-size when I entered in all my info; how is it properly calculating my mpg's if it doesn't have a baseline tank level to start from?

And my ID there is PoPo2239 as well...

Like they stated already, it goes off mieage and gallons you put in. That Partial-Fillup is for when you don't completely fill it up, like if you only put in $20
 

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I use it. I will contact you using Fuelly. Somebody else from here freinded me today on there.

I have been tracking milage, for work and tax purposes since 1998 in a little steno book. I can show you every fill up in one of my work trucks and the starting ending milage for any of them since January 1998, including some of my maintenance. I thought fueely would save me some time, haven't seen that happen yet.
That's impressive record keeping!
I'm a member too. I still use the books in all of my vehicles.

I've found fuelly to be more inconvenient than its worth and only update it when I remember to bring my book into the house.
Interesting. Do you use a smartphone? I keep fuelly's "add a fuel up" as a bookmark on my home screen so I just hit it and it takes me straight to the add fuel up page. Type in a few numbers, and good to go.
I just joined a couple weeks ago and have only had 2 fuel-ups to add.

Question for ya guys... Obviously neither of my fill-ups have been on a completely empty tank, so both have been checked as "partial fill-up." The site never asked for my tank-size when I entered in all my info; how is it properly calculating my mpg's if it doesn't have a baseline tank level to start from?

And my ID there is PoPo2239 as well...
I think it's been answered pretty well, but the partial fuel up is for when you do not completely fill the tank. The way it normally works is figures the mileage driven since your last fuel-up based on the entered odometer readings, and then uses the gallons added at the current fill-up to calculate miles per gallon. Don't hit partial fill up unless you do not completely fill up your tank when you add gas.
 

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Only drawback to fuelly is that it does not chart out a larger time window and totals reset every calender year.

I actually record my fuel use twice. Once on my own spreadsheet and another of fuelly.

 

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Just joined 2day. Will it increase my MPG? :D
 

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Only drawback to fuelly is that it does not chart out a larger time window and totals reset every calender year.

I actually record my fuel use twice. Once on my own spreadsheet and another of fuelly.
That is a drawback to Fuelly. I might one day make my own spreadsheet like you have. Nice record keeping.
Just joined 2day. Will it increase my MPG? :D
It might, when you alter how you drive after seeing how bad your fuel mileage is! LOL
 

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My Fuelly has not reset! When does it do it?
 

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Here's for your single digit HI Island + lift mileage

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