The way to share the data would to be to use iTunes sharing. You would copy the data file to your computer and then back to the other device. You then have to keep track of which device has the most recent copy of the data. Here is Apple’s link on how to use iTunes Sharing.
The app does not currently support mileage tracking; however, there is a roundabout way to keep track of the number of miles driven during a single session. The effort requires entering mileage data in the notes section. By entering the number of miles traveled in the notes section, you can export the driving log data to a .csv file and utilize the functionality of worksheet software (Excel, Numbers, Google Sheets, etc.) to calculate the number or miles driven.
The app is designed to for a single user; however, there is a workaround that makes it possible to use the app with multiple users. The notes section can be utilized to track multiple drivers. In doing so, you will need to export the data using the backup feature and sort the resulting .csv file by the notes column. The functionality of the worksheet program (Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, Numbers, etc.) will allow users to total the time and track the skills.
For a step-by-step tutorial on how to utilize this feature, select this link: Multi-user Tutorial
If you can’t send the email, or you get a pop-up alert saying no email is selected, it most likely means one of two things:
The email address was typed in incorrectly. If so, enter the correct email address and try sending it again.
The device you are using (iPhone, iPad, etc.) does not have an email account established to send the email from. To set up an email account on your device: Follow the directions provided by Apple at this web location https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201320 Note that the account serves as your default sending account. Once this step has been addressed, you will be able to set an address (Teen Driving Log App, Settings, Backup, tap to set email address, ). Note that the sending account can be the same as the receiving account.
There are two other options if the above processes do not work.
This option is best way to download your driving log for users that do not have an Apple associated with their iPhone, but do backup their iPhone to iTunes.
Once you connect your phone to your computer and start up iTunes:
Click on the phone icon to view the phone settings.
Select the File Sharing option.
Select the Teen Driving Log app under the Apps heading.
Select the drivinglog.csv file.
Click Save and save to your preferred location.
This option works best for users that don’t have an Apple email address and that don’t backup their iPhone to iTunes.
From within the Teen Driving Log app
Select the Settings option located at the bottom of the home screen
Make sure you have entered an email address and select Backup Now (You will see a popup menu that will say Email Account Needed)
Click OK on the popup Window
Now Exit completely out of the Teen Driving Log App
From the Home Screen on your iPhone, locate the Files app. (If you can’t find the Files app, you can find it by using the search feature on your phone. An easy way to get to the search feature is to down swipe from the 1/2 point on your home screen. Once you see the search bar, type in the word files and the Files app should show up.)
Open the Files app and make sure that the browse tab is selected at the bottom of the page.
At this point, you may already see the Teen Driving Log folder, if not, type in Teen Driving Log in the search section or Select the On My iPhone option and then look for the Teen Driving Log Folder.
Select the Teen Driving Log Folder, you should see some files.
The file you want is call drivinglog (see image to verify that you have the correct file) Click on the file. The log will open up.
Once the log is open, look for the share icon located at bottom right hand corner of the log (it is the square with an up arrow in it). Click that icon.
Select the Mail icon and you should be able to send the log to any email address.
If none of the above options work for you or if you need some assistance working through the processes, please select the button below to provide your contact information and to expedite the support process: Contact Support Services
To print your driving log, follow the process below:
Select the Settings option found in the bottom menu bar
Enter the email address where you want to send the file
Click the Backup Now Button
Open the email and select the file .csv file and print. If you don’t have Excel or similar program on your computer, we recommend using Google Sheets, a free worksheet reader found at: https://www.google.com/sheets/about