What's a Commute Disallowance?
The Commute Disallowance feature enables teams to disallow commutes from employees' total mileage. By turning on this feature, you can exempt commutes from your team members' reimbursable mileage, in accordance with the commute disallowance type you select.
What is a commute?
A commute is the roundtrip distance from your home to your place of work (e.g., 3 miles from home to the office and 3 miles back from the office to home = 6 miles total).
How do the different commute types work?
There are 2 ways that commute can be deducted from your team members work mileage. The commute type defines how commute is deducted.
Commute is deducted from the total mileage for the day
- You drive a total of 100 miles in 1 day, this is your Gross Mileage.
- Your commute is 20 miles
- 100 miles (gross mileage) - 20 miles (commute) = 80 miles
- Your Net Mileage = 80 miles
First and Last
Commute is deducted from the first and last trips of the day
- Your first drive of the day is 10 miles. Your last drive of the day is 15 miles.
- Your commute is 20 miles.
- 10 miles (half of your commute) will be deducted from your first trip.
- 10 miles (half of your commute) will be deducted from your last trip.
Step-by-step instructions for team administrators:
1. Navigate to dashboard.everlance.com.
2. Click "Team Dashboard"
3. Click "Team Settings"
4. Adjust the commute disallowance settings.
5. Make sure to click "Save" to save all of your changes.
Done! Great work.
How do we calculate the commute disallowance amount that is subtracted from a report?
For the "Daily" commute disallowance type:
Commute disallowance = Daily disallowance x number of days with trips.
- On days when a team member drives over their daily disallowance, the full disallowance will be subtracted. For example, if the daily disallowance is 10 mi, and the person drove 15 mi, we’ll only subtract the full 10 miles for that day.
- On days when the person drives less than the daily disallowance, we only subtract the amount they drove. For example, if the daily disallowance is 10 mi, but the person only drove 4 mi, we’ll only subtract 4 miles for that day.
Learn more about how Commute works for Drivers.