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Vehicle Replacement Rating System Settings

The System Settings allow users to define what a point corresponds to for a given VRR rating type. For example, by default these values correspond to 1 point:

VRRAge

VRR Age is one of six categories the make up the Vehicle Replacement Rating. All categories are given a 1-5 score. VRR Age is calculated by determining the number of years old a vehicle is and applying a score based on that age. By default one year of age represents one point with a maximum of 5 points. . For example, the score for a vehicle six-months-old is 0.5 and a three-year-old vehicle's score is 3.

VRRHours

VRR Hours is one of six categories the make up the Vehicle Replacement Rating. All categories are given a 1-5 score. VRR Hours is calculated by dividing the current Hours by some constant to determine how many points to apply. By default 250 hours represent one point with a maximum of 5 points. For example, a vehicle's score with 375 hours is 1.5 and 1,000 is 4.

VRRKilometers

VRR Kilometers is one of six categories the make up the Vehicle Replacement Rating. All categories are given a 1-5 score. VRR Kilometers is calculated by dividing the current Kilometers by some constant to determine how many points to apply. By default 16,000 miles represent one point with a maximum of 5 points. For example, a vehicle's score with 40,000 kilometers is 2.5 and 64,000 is 4.

VRRMandR

VRR M and R is one of six categories the make up the Vehicle Replacement Rating. All categories are given a 1-5 score. VRR M and R is calculated by comparing the Maintenance and Repair costs to the Purchase cost of the vehicle. The scale is set to 100 percent of the purchase cost and each point represents 20 percent. For example, 1 is 33.33 percent, 3 is 60 percent, and 5 is 100 percent. Edit the percent of the purchase cost.

VRRMiles

VRR Miles is one of six categories the make up the Vehicle Replacement Rating. All categories are given a 1-5 score. VRR Miles is calculated by dividing the current Miles by some constant to determine how many points to apply. By default 10,000 miles represent one point with a maximum of 5 points. For example, the score for a vehicle with 25,000 miles is 2.5 and 55,000 miles is 5.

VRRReliability

VRR Reliability is one of six categories the make up the Vehicle Replacement Rating. All categories are given a 1-5 score. VRR Reliability is calculated by determining the average number of times a vehicle comes in for service each 90 days. By default is each point represents the number of times a vehicle comes in for service each 90 days. For example, 1 is 1 time per 90 days and 5 is 5 or more times per 90 days.

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