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Mileage split from NavTrak

VEHICLE tracking expert NavTrak has launched a new system allowing drivers to electronically record business and private journeys separately.

JourneyDiary allows a weekly or monthly report to be emailed to the driver, offering a breakdown of journeys, start/finish times and locations, as well as mileage covered. Accurate mileage records are essential for any fleet keen to manage its business mileage reimbursements, and have become critical for businesses adopting structured employee car ownership schemes that rely on Inland Revenue Approved Mileage Rates for business mileage to assist staff to repay their car loans.

Other information available includes total time taken, average speeds and top speed reached.

The system can be ordered if a vehicle has already been fitted with the NavTrak stolen vehicle tracking system and costs from £16.60 a month. NavTrak is also offering its most advanced system to date on lease rental to firms, costing £4.44 a week for a five-year lease.

The system includes Automatic Driver Recognition, based on a small key card carried by the driver. If the card is not present when the vehicle is moved, the tracking system sends out an alert.

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