Assets Table

The Assets Table shows several fleet maintenance datapoints in a configurable table called a Columns layout.

Default columns contains all datapoints.

Clicking on any asset row brings up its detailed view on the side drawer. 


Navigating the Assets columns

Assets contains common elements you'll find in most MyEROAD tables.

  1. Filters: Display name or license plate, Groups/Fleets, Due status (when a service is due), Service types, and Status by (Date, Distance, Engine hours)
  2. Sort Headers: Many columns allow you to order the dataset in ascending order (click once) or descending (click twice).
  3. Line select: Clicking anywhere in a row opens the item's detail drawer, containing editable properties.
  4. Page scroller: Tools to scroll the current table, skip to the next page, define entries per page or go to a specific page.


Assets lets you create up to 10 defined column arrangements to reduce the noise and scrolling of around 40 datapoints.


To create a new Columns layout:

  1. Tap the Columns button.
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  2. Enter a name for your layout.
  3. Check/Uncheck columns you would like in your new layout.
  4. Hovering in a layout column-name shows 3 up-down chevron options:
  • Clicking down-arrow moves the column down one place
  • Clicking up-arrow moves the column up one place
  • Clicking double-up-arrow moves the column to the layout's first column.
  • As you add/remove/arrange columns, you will see a live update in the tinted view of the Assets table.

Your Columns layout is now selectable from the Columns menu.


The Asset Table shows regular filtering options. The full range is accessed by clicking More filters.

  • Groups/Fleets: Restricts listings to vehicles/assets assigned to one or more groups/fleets.
  • Due Status: Restricts listings by appointed service status - Upcoming, Due, Overdue.
  • Service: Restricts listings by Service type. (Begin typing for autocompleted service types.)
  • Status by: Restricts listings by the service alert trigger: Date, Distance or Engine Hours.
  • Make: Restricts listings by vehicle/asset make, brand or manufacturer.
  • Model: Restricts listings by vehicle/asset model.

Note: if the Make has been selected, typing in the Model field will only list models associated with that Make.



The Service priority column

The Service priority column differs from others in that its appearance is created by combining info from the Overdue, Due and Upcoming datapoints in Assets. These datapoints are pulled from each vehicle's service schedule, as set under Service > select vehicle > Schedule new service.

By default, the assets are listed with those having the most significant Service priority notifications first, even if Service priority has been hidden from the Columns view.


The repair severity column

Repair severity concerns vehicle inspections that have revealed a fault. The Repairs Severity order from most-serious to least is:

assets failedNotSafe: The fault renders the vehicle unsafe to operate, and/or is not legally compliant to be operating.

assets failed: The next regulation compliance check will consider the fault as necessary to repair before the vehicle can be considered road-worthy, but the vehicle is still safe to operate.

assets attention: The fault is largely superficial or non-critical (dented bumper, peeled signage, etc). The fault doesn't compromise vehicle integrity or legal compliance.

To change the repair severity:

  1. MyEROAD > Service > Assets
  2. Locate a vehicle's Repair severity column. (If hidden, re-check this column with the Columns button)
  3. Click a vehicle line. The vehicle's side panel appears
  4. Under "..." select Change Severity. A pop-up box appears
  5. Re-select the item's severity
  6. Update

The defect's severity rating is changed.

The Asset Drawer


Clicking on a line in the Asset table reveals that Asset's drawer. From top to bottom, the drawer details:

  • Standard asset details, such as the licence plate, odo, make, model, etc.
  • Schedule service: Used to schedule a service appointment for the asset.
  • Create repair: To log a defect with the vehicle.
  • Repair list: the current list of defects/repairs logged against the asset. Each defect/repair card contains:
    • Repair severity
    • Repair status
    • Reference number
    • Image number
    • Comment number
    • ... (More) menu. This pop-out menu changes depending on the status of the defect/repair, but this menu is used to change, complete, delete or manage the processing of this defect/repair item.
  • Services list: the list of pending service appointments upcoming, due soon, or overdue, for this asset. Each service card contains:
    • Service status. This status is determined by date, engine hours done, or distance done.
    • Service name: A short description of the service type, and a collapse-triangle. Clicking the triangle shows/hides the service details.
    • ... (More) menu. This pop-out menu changes depending on the status of the service, but this menu is used to change, complete, delete or manage the processing of this service item.
    • Complete: Opens a form to document the completion of the service.
    • Service checklist (if applied): If a checklist has been included as part of a Service plan, a list-tick icon with a number beside it shows the checklist.