Use your odometer on your car and reset it each time you need to measure your driving distance. Record the information. Most of the time tax records request mileage to and from work. If you take the same route to work, then you can record the two and from distances and then multiply the number by the total work days. Add and record distances that you travel that is job related if the company or business does not reimburse you.
by Kenneth Wayne6 years ago
Anybody have any suggestions for a record label? I've got a few in mind but was trying to come up with something different that hopefully isn't in use already. Thanks!
by Laura Schneider3 years ago
Are you happy with your car? Or, do you wish in retrospect that you'd gotten something different?What car are you happy/unhappy with and why? What would you change? ("Car" includes all vehicles here—whatever...
by 6 String Veteran7 years ago
...indeed they never fully went away. What are your thoughts about this?It is said that vinyl records of the 1950s have never been beaten, sound-wise...and that digital formats such as CDs / MP3s, etc., sound...
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