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How does driveline pay for mileage when ngoing out of town

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Legally a company does not have to pay mileage from home to first stop and last stop to home. That is considered normal commute miles, I believe it's usually 40 miles. The law assumes everybody has at least some commute time to work, you don't get paid mileage if you drive to a factory or office to work. They do pay if you are required to drive from one location to another during the day, however it is your responsibility to plan your stops efficiently. You usually have control over how your day is planned, and usually reps are hired in areas close to thier accounts. Some rural areas will have more mileage than city, and city territories will have more traffic delays, same as working any other type of job. Sometimes a supervisor will ask you to pickup a project in another area, mine usually points out that mileage is covered if you agree to help out. Unless you are in a very rural area you usually won't have much mileage.

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15 cents per mile after 30 miles. So if your stores are close, you wont get paid squat. And they will assign you 2 person jobs and never assign a second person. And if you get hurt, dont bother trying to contact HR, youll get ignored. And go back to work even if you dont have a work release because they worded stuff to screw you over anyway. And watch your paycheck and time and over time very closely.

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They equate miles to minutes. Example is you drive 10 miles you get 10 minutes pay which equals peanuts. They also will only pay for you to drive from one store to the next. You do not get paid mileage for driving from home to your first store or from your last store back home.

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Half wage and 20 cents per mile.

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They make sure they schedule jobs so they don't have to pay you ANY mileage. 1st & last 30 miles you get nothing, in the middle you 20cents a mile.

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Only if you're traveling more than 20 miles away.from tour home to the assigned location

Answered - Retail Merchandiser (Current Employee) - Washington, DC

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Only if job locations more than 20 miles from your home .

Answered - Retail Merchandiser (Current Employee) - Washington, DC

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Its 25 cents after 30 miles. And they to try and schedule you so they dont have to pay you mileage.

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They do not

Answered - Master Merchandiser (Current Employee) - Baltimore, MD

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They pay for it and we stay at a hotel or motel together.

Answered - Stocker (Former Employee) - Cleveland, OH

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