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> Chargng to travel.
yamahamarti
post Jul 31 2017, 09:30 PM
Joined: 28-Sep 07



From time to time I have work with a large company which is normally fairly local. They have now asked me to travel ( approx 7 hours) to carry out the same task. Just wondering what people charge to travel as I dont think its fair to charge my site rate..
So if x is the hourly rate would you charge it at 50 % of x or maybe a standard workshop rate as it will be a day out of the workshop just to get to and from the job..
Thanks in advance...Marti.
Captain
post Aug 1 2017, 08:34 AM
Joined: 18-Nov 03



Why not charge the full rate.??

A "door to door" payment for you is not unreasonable - it is YOUR time that they are expecting you to travel in for THEIR job.

Butt animal
post Aug 3 2017, 06:01 PM
Joined: 29-Nov 15



Travel costs through umbrella is 45 pence per mile, for the first 10,000 miles.
This takes into account wear & tear on your vehicle.
apprentice
post Aug 3 2017, 10:02 PM
Joined: 20-Feb 10



I used to work for a garage years ago. They would have huge arguments with customers that expected the garage to go and get and fit parts from a scrapyard. The garage would charge the full labour rate for doing this, the customers would go berserk.

The garage took the view that if the mechanic was not going to a scrap yard he would be working on a car earning "X" an hour. Therefore, as he could not as he was stuck going to a scrap yard, exactly the same charge would be levied. This is what you should be doing..

john..
BIG STEROID
post Aug 6 2017, 10:42 PM
Joined: 2-Sep 11



Quite an irelevant example
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