All trips made by YUKAtrack users are visually displayed and saved within the YUKAtrack app. This means you can see at a glance which trips were efficient or inefficient. This contributes to the cost-effectiveness of your planned trips. For future trips you can as
Users adapt and optimize your routes. In the smartly displayed app you can see exactly and at any time where traffic has stopped or even come to a standstill within the route you are driving. Increase the effectiveness of your trips with YUKAtrack.

What advantages do I have as a user from using a route history?

Use the visually displayed routes you have traveled to identify where improvements need to be made on a route.

Increase the effectiveness of individual trips by using the route history function.

All required data from a route traveled is automatically collected and saved. This data contributes to route optimization.

Immediately detect and treat recurring traffic disruptions using the route history.

A route history can help clarify individual incidents.


The use of a route history is essential for private individuals and entrepreneurs. All necessary data such as location, date, start and destination locations and the driver's information are collected, stored and displayed clearly and visually. This all happens fully automatically within the YUKAtrack app. In addition, the route history helps to clarify individual situations or incidents because all the necessary data is available.

What advantages does a user have from using a route history?

Every YUKAtrack user has access to their route history - this is displayed smartly and clearly in the app. This gives the user the opportunity to evaluate their findings and collected data and adjust them if necessary. The YUKAtrack user has the opportunity to receive and evaluate data such as distances traveled, speeding, average speed, live location, theft protection and alarm messages, for example when crossing designated areas (virtual fence). YUKAtrack helps to analyze, adapt and evaluate sections of the route or distances traveled. A big advantage of this function is that the user is able to adapt their driving styles and future routes - for example, alternative routes can be worked out in repetitive, slow-moving traffic.

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