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About VRR

The Vehicle Replacement Rating (VRR) calculation is part of Cartegraph's Fleet functionality. The six calculation components are setup in the Administration System Settings.

You must have a Cartegraph OMS advanced feature extension to access this feature.

VRRAge

Value: 1

Description: VRR Age is one of six categories that make up the Vehicle Replacement Rating. All categories are given a 1-5 score. VRR Age is calculated by determining the vehicle's age in years 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, a vehicle 6-months-old get a score of 0.5 and a 3-year-old vehicle would get a score of 3. You can change the number of years that should pass per point.

VRRMiles

Value: 10000

Description: 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 the assigned value to determine how many points to apply. By default 10,000 miles represent one point with a maximum of 5 points. For example, a vehicle with 25,000 miles would get a score of 2.5 and 55,000 would get a score of 5. You can change the number of miles that represent one point.

VRRHours

Value: 250

Description: 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 the assigned value to determine how many points to apply. By default 250 hours represent one point with a maximum of 5 points. For example a vehicle with 375 hours would get a score of 1.5 and 1,000 would get a score of 4. You can change the number of hours that represent one point.

VRRKilometers

Value: 16000

Description: 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 the assigned value 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 with 40,000 miles would get a score of 2.5 and 64,000 would get a score of 4. You can change the number of Kilometers that represent one point.

VRRMandR

Value: 100

Description: 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. By default the scale is set to 100% of the purchase cost and each point represents 20%, i.e. 1 = 33.33%, 2 = 40%, 3 = 60%, 4 = 80%, 5 >= 100%. You can change the percent of the purchase cost used in the equation. For example changing the value to 200% would change the default to: 1 = 40%, 2 = 80%, 3 = 120%, 4 = 160%, 5 >= 200%.

VRRReliability

Value: 5

Description: 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 the scale is set to five each 90 days and each point represents the number of times a vehicle comes in for service each month i.e. 1 = 1 time per 90 days, 2 = 2 times per 90 days, 3 = 3 times per 90 days, 4 = 4 times per 90 days, 5 = 5 or more times per 90 days. You can change the number times per 90 days used in the equation. For example changing the value to 10 would change the default to: 1 = 2 time per 90 days, 2 = 4 times per 90 days, 3 = 6 times per 90 days, 4 = 8 times per 90 days, 5 = 10 or more times per 90 days.

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