Car mileage

1.(Railroads) Car miles collectively.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The hatchback topped the car mileage league with a range of 1,113 miles from its 52-litre tank.
Staff in these types of roles sometimes have to dip into their own pockets to pay for work-related expenses like car mileage, replacing or repairing small tools, or maintaining branded uniforms.
Energy usage in the metalcasting industry is affected by many more variables than calculating car mileage. Hold times on furnaces, power settings, energy types and costs, metallurgy type (including which alloy), insulation levels, maintenance issues, outside temperatures, and other operational issues can be the metrics you include in the values to be benchmarked.
According to the Department of Transportation, passenger ticket prices are within USD 10 of flights from nearby Orlando International Airport (MCO), an amount which is offset by car mileage costs and driving toll fees.
Mr Small also pointed to falling car mileage by men - offset by increased car mileage by women.
Car mileage per gallon has also hugely reduced the cost of travel.
There will still be two tiers of car mileage policy."
As previously reported by The Journal, Les Rogers was told he could no longer work at the busy crossing at Darras Hall First School, Ponteland, because of Northumberland County Council's cost-cutting drive on car mileage allowances.
Publicly-available accounts show he has filed for nearly PS12,000 over the last four years, mainly in car mileage and hospitality.
Les has been told he must leave his crossing at Darras Hall First School, Ponteland, to save on car mileage allowance.
There will also be reductions in car mileage allowances, and voluntary overtime, saving the authority PS400,000.