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Old 03-22-2012, 08:19 AM
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I personally find that on my diesel truck, expenses plus fuel is fairly close to mileage. It may vary a little each year, but overall it is a wash for me. Mileage may be slightly more sometimes. But, I just take expenses because I look at the mileage log as one more thing to keep track of. Expense receipts just go in the pile to be entered in the computer, and it's done. Plus the larger your operation (and the more trucks), the more people you are depending on to keep up with mileage logs. Such a pain. I found myself having to go back to the truck and look at my routes and trying to write in a week or more of mileage. Just turns out to be a headache for me.
Why are you keeping mileage logs on a work truck?

Work trucks are for work 100% of the time.

Personal vehicles are for personal (non-business) use.

If you stick to that, there is no need to log anything. Just keep gas receipts.

It is so much easier that way, and there are NO mistakes.
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