Mileage log book


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Any tax related information is meant as a reference only.1


Electronic vehicle log book

Mileage log

A record of all business mileage undertaken by employees. The log should include dates of each journey, start and end locations with postcodes, companies or clients visited, the starting and closing mileage, and total business miles driven.


Electronic vehicle log book

Companies can save

For companies, keeping an electronic vehicle log book gives great peace of mind: it helps ensure that employee benefits are taxed accurately, so as to avoid penalties from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).


Lower tax burden with electronic vehicle log book

Workers can also save

An electronic vehicle log book is also a huge advantage for workers, as the tax burden can be lowered by proving the business use of a company car or van.


Save money by reducing tax expenses

Save money by reducing tax expenses

With the aid of an electronic mileage log, companies and drivers could be able to:

  • Make the most of opportunities to be tax smart
  • Generate mileage and expense reports automatically
  • Demonstrate compliance with tax and National Insurance obligations
  • Could generate cost savings by ensuring only reimbursement of actual business miles


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1 While TomTom Telematics (TTT) and Grant Thornton UK LLP (GTUK) have sought to ensure that the information contained in this guide is accurate, the content is not intended to be legally or technically comprehensive and neither TTT nor GTUK shall be held liable for any errors or omissions. The contents of the guide should be used for reference purposes only and both TTT and GTUK recommend that no action be taken on any matter in the guide without the reader taking independent professional advice. The information in the guide is based on current tax rates, legislation and HMRC's practice as at the date of the guide which may be subject to future change. The information in this guide has not been prepared to take into account the reader’s individual circumstances. To ensure compliance with your tax obligations, always seek individual advice from a legal counsel or a qualified tax compliance specialist. For the avoidance of any doubt, TomTom Telematics does not warrant or imply that the use of its products or services can in itself guarantee compliance with your tax or legal obligations.