Normally this error is caused by a data gap where the truck stopped reporting GPS data in one state (in this example we’ll use MO) and then started reporting data again in another state (in this case VA). The system is telling you that it's impossible to go from OH to MO without going through another state in between.
The initial error always presents itself with the notice that it is impossible for the vehicle to cross from one State to another.
In this case, the truck didn't report any GPS data from 03/21 at 18:15p through 04/12 at 12:03; going offline in Ohio and then coming back online in Missouri. It also looks like the odometer increased on this truck by nearly 636 miles during this outage.
All we need to do to resolve this error by manually add a couple of positions that Truckspy then uses to calculate GPS and mileage data. This is done by selecting the + symbol between the mileage gap. Doing this opens the Add Position window.
We add positions by selecting the Bullseye symbol in Origin, and then on the Red triangle with the exclamation point ( ! ). This enters 6732 Lambert Road. We then select the other Bullseye symbol and then select another location on the dotted Red line heading toward MO. Selecting about halfway down the line is sufficient. This then adds US Route 50.
Now select the Depart data-time field and enter a time that is after the 03/21 at 18:15p time shown at the beginning of the data gap. Now repeat this process for the Arrive date-time. Select the Blue ADD button once you have added the positions.
📖PLEASE NOTE: Truckspy only uses time-time as validation that the Truck can realistically travel the distance from Depart to Arrive. This means that you can use 1 min difference from the last Arrival time to the next Depart time.
This data is then sent to the Truckspy servers for processing. Successfully adding valid data then turns the position listing and trip route data purple. This is Truckspy’s way to show what data is being processed. This can take around an hour to complete before updated IVMRs are already for download.