Advisory fuel rates (or AFRs) are recommended reimbursement amounts for drivers reclaiming business mileage, usually for those in company vehicles.
HMRC review the advisory fuel rate based on fuel prices every quarter, and publish revised figures if required in late February, May, August and November each year.
22 Jul 2020
HMRC has included details on how official mileage reimbursement rates for company car drivers – so-called advisory fuel rates (AFRs) – are calculated.
27 May 2020
HMRC has reduced the advisory fuel rates (AFR) for all engine sizes and fuel type, effective from June 1.
24 Feb 2020
HMRC has released its latest advisory fuel rates (AFRs) which will come into force from March 1.
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