Android vehicle maintenance app?

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  1. boardrider247

    boardrider247 Weekend Anarchist

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    I'm looking for a android app to keep track of the maintenance I do on my bikes and cages. There are a few of them available.

    Anybody got a good one they like?
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  3. Big Bird 928

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    I use "Acar" for all of mine. It has all the funcionality I need for tracking cost of ownership and fuel milage along with notifications for service needs.

    http://www.zonewalker.com/acar
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  4. boardrider247

    boardrider247 Weekend Anarchist

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    This is my current system.
    However I have a extremely capable hi tech smartphone in my pocket that can handle all of this. It seems rather ridiculous not to take advantage of it.

    Also a app that can be accessed via a web page would be great.
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  6. boardrider247

    boardrider247 Weekend Anarchist

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    Long back from the dead bump.
    Currently I am using a PDF invoice to track maint on my vehicles. I fill out the invoice same as a shop would and save them in a fold for each vehicle.
    I still would be interested in finding a stand alone app for my phone though.
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  7. A-Bone

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    I just use the notebook function and keep separate files for each car... but also keep analog notes in the glove box.. pen and paper is tough to beat.

    Currious to hear what others are using.
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