Best practices for personal mileage reporting

Organisations with business travellers on the road are no stranger to the pains of employee reported mileage. With daily trips to different offices and unreliable distance estimation, personal mileage can quickly add up. In fact, mileage is one of the top ten largest employee spend categories, and yet companies still rely on employee estimates for reimbursement.

For most organisations, mileage and personal car expenses are the last major expense category based on self-reported values. And it’s no secret why – managing a large amount of employee drivers and double-checking all of their data can be challenging, frustrating, and expensive. But by allowing self-reported mileage without any documentation, organisations are increasing the likelihood of intentional mileage padding and inaccurate reporting for compliance and tax purposes.

In this eBook, we will examine the top four personal mileage best practices for organisations of all sizes, so you can smooth out the road for everyone involved. You can also learn more at