Unfortunately, driving on bumpy roads may cause your tracker to move in a way similar to walking, causing it to track steps and floors.
You can do the following to negate steps and floors tracked while driving:
- Go to your Fitbit Dashboard screen and click Log Activity.
- Select the date of the data you would like to clear.
- In the activity menu, type in and select Automobile or light truck (not a semi) driving. This is where you select the block of time you want to negate.
- Enter the Start Time and Duration.
- Select Log Activity. Your steps, floors, and calories burned decrease for the time period specified.
Repeat this process to decrease your steps, floors and calories burned for any other dates you have in question.
We apologize for the inconvenience involved in this process. Hopefully this method effectively clears your unwanted data, and allows you to maintain more accurate readings of your activity. Your Fitbit One is more sensitive than the Fitbit Ultra.
While driving, you can try placing the Fitbit somewhere less likely to bounce, such as the center console of your car.