1. On the car image, click where the damage has occurred.
2. The Damage Information section becomes active and the severity level can be assigned.
4. Fill in the Notes and click a damage option specified.
5. Click Save then make your next selection or click Save and Exit.
Working with the Damage Tracker Screen
Damage Tracker Screen
From the Open Edit Ticket Screen click on the car image in the bottom right corner to be taken to the Damage Tracker Screen
Explanation of the Damage Tracker Screen
Simply click on the car where the damage exists and a small circle with a number will appear. Once selected, the right side of the screen becomes enabled
Displays the location of the damage in written form along with the location number and damage letter
The area is where the damage is given a severity level. Below are the available options:
Light, Medium, and Heavy.
Type of Damage
The area where the type of damage is defined. The first letter of the damage type is used for identification purposes in the Damage Location Description.
Below are the available options
Scratch, Dent, Crack, Broken, Missing, Other, and Notes.
Understanding the Damage Report
The area where the Damage Report is displayed. The Damage Report displays a list of the assigned damage to the vehicle.
Using the Damage Tracker Screen
Adding damage to the Damage Tracker Screen is as simple as clicking a few times. Below is a breakdown of this process:
On the car image,
click where the damage has occurred.
Once the damage has been marked,
The Damage Information section becomes active and the severity level can be assigned. Next, the select type of damage
If the front passenger side door has been marked as “Dent” and the passenger side taillight has been marked “Broken”. Also, update the notes for each damaged area.
Once damage has been entered, simply click “Save” to add more damage; When you have no more damage to add, click “Save &
Exit“. Each time damage is noted and added, it will appear in the Damage Report