- Aug 13, 2011
- Lakeside, CA
Another Excel user here.
That is so low tech, you might lose your "BITOG Card"I only write down when the next oil change is due.
Use a grease pencil. Make the note in the door jamb.
I buy a spiral notebook for each one. I am not good at keeping records on the computer and hard copy is easy for me just to write it down cause my hands get tired from typing.
Google sheets so that it is accessible anywhere. I don't track costs at all, only service items and their dates and mileage.I'm wondering the different ways people keep track of their maintenance and costs on their vehicles?
-Pen and paper? (I did it this way for years, to bad I can never find my lil booklets, lol)
-App? Any good suggestions on basic ones (I don't need fuel graphs etc, many seem to have way to much info!)?
I'm just trying to find a good way to keep track of stuff (more so I know when I need to do it next.)