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how do you work out distance with multiple stops (for business mileage)

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i'm trying to help my wife with claiming tax relief for business mileage. she's a home carer & does about 20 calls a day! just want to know if there is a website or program anyone know of where … Read More
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
i'm trying to help my wife with claiming tax relief for business mileage.

she's a home carer & does about 20 calls a day!

just want to know if there is a website or program anyone know of where i can add ALL the postcodes of the homes she visits in a day to get her total mileage. i've been using multimap but it only does A-B. most i can find is a trip with 2 stops/via's
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
I use Google Maps for my business allowance. Just add other destinations.
#2
Can't she use her car's trip counter?
#3
spider1986
I use Google Maps for my business allowance. Just add other destinations.


will have a look at that, cheers!

pghstochaj
Can't she use her car's trip counter?


she can now, but we are back dating it from last year so i've got all her rotas to go through! :roll:
#4
You could work it out on a sat nav...plot the routes A-B, B-C, C-D etc. or you can get some that can plan an itinary although I think 20 points is too much.
#5
I find google maps to work well and it allows multiple stops. Go to [url]www.maps.google.co.uk[/url] then select 'Get Directions' from the top left (under the google maps logo). You can then add multiple destinations by selecting 'Add Destination'

Microsoft Autoroute also will do this and arrange the various stops into the shortest driving distance (useful for future planning) however it costs about £34 to buy ;-) :whistling:
#6
I always used the google maps. You can add as many stops as you want. Really helped for my fuel calculation for my business expenses.
#7
probably quicker to just retrace the route again and check the milometer.

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