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Online Vehicle Mileage e-Log

University drivers now have a Smartphone/Tablet/Laptop compatible online mileage e-Log available for use in all University vehicles. Drivers are encouraged to start using the e-Log right away, eliminating the need to maintain paper mileage logs to document University vehicle travel. The online mileage e-Log can be found at: e-Log (https://scsapps.unl.edu/MileageLog/)

Advantages to using the online e-Log are:

  • Secure – TrueYou Authentication permits only authorized driver’s access to the e-Log.
  • Discount – Utilizing the online e-Log allows for a Voyager discount on fuel purchased.
  • Clean – Elimination of touch points (no paper or pen or clipboard required).
  • Accurate – Validation checks and real-time updates improve accuracy.
  • UWide – e-Log is available for use in all University vehicles (UNL, UNO, UNMC, & UNK).
  • Reference – Drivers can look up their last entry when returning rental vehicles.
  • History – Drivers will soon be able to request or look up past e-Logs.
  • Compliance – e-Log is compliant with Nebraska Statute 81-1025 and University policy.
  • Paper Reduction – Starting July 1, 2021 departments utilizing the e-Log do not need to collect paper mileage logs and enter end-of-month usage readings.

How e-Log works – At the start of each day/trip/use the driver logs into e-Log using TrueYou, enters or selects the vehicle (unit, year, make, model, license number & odometer are displayed), enters the odometer reading and destination/use/project name, then clicks submit. Having logged in using TrueYou, the driver and date/time are automatically recorded. At the end of the day/trip/use, the driver repeats the process to complete the day’s log.

Note: Departments may elect to continue using paper mileage logs for department owned or monthly rental vehicles, but to comply with Nebraska Statute and University policy, additional end-of-month odometer & days use readings entry and 2-year paper mileage log retention procedures must be followed.   

For questions or comments email pbarrett1@unl.edu