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Looking for the questions? Webinar 2.7 Test Questions

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  1. Delivery Zones link Postcodes and Suburbs to Delivery Runs and Rate Zones. As Consignments contain addresses which have postcodes / suburbs, the postcode and suburb are looked up in the Delivery Zones list in order to work out which Delivery Run to allocate too, and also which Rate Zone to price using. 
  2. Export / Import Delivery Zones to get them done in bulk.
  3. No you can just use a single Rate Zone called "Metro", then simply load individual Customer Charges against the same Rate Zone, so "Metro" is charged differently depending on the customer.
  4. Create a "customer-specific" Delivery Zone for that particular suburb / postcode which links to the Outer Rate Zone.
  5. Create a Delivery Run called "Pickup" which is linked directly to the Rate Zone "No Charges". Then for all consignments being picked up, allocate to the "Pickup" Delivery Run - this will then charge nothing. You can also have these jobs appear on a tablet or phone for signature capture in the warehouse automatically without needing to perform driver allocation via: Automatically allocate Consignments to Drivers from Delivery Runs
  6. An A2RZ should be used when a particular address needs to be charged differently to the Suburb / Postcode it sits within, so rather than charging based on the Suburb / Postcode, charge based on a manually selected Rate Zone for the Address. More Info: Address to Rate Zone Mapping
  7. No, applying a Rate Zone directly to a Consignment is the most specific you can get, and therefore overrides everything else. Refer: How Transport Rates are Calculated
  8. Within the transport rate card, in the Spaces section set it to "Ignore (No Charge)"
  9. Edit the Customer Charges, Set the "Fuel Levy Offset" to 10%, and change "Ignore Base Setting" to "Yes"
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