Fuel: who pays for it, and how?

You pay for all of the fuel that goes through the vehicle, and you get paid 25 cents for each kilometre that borrowers drive.

This distance income covers you for both the fuel that borrowers use, and the wear and tear from their driving.

The cost of fuel for the average medium car costs between 7c and 11c a kilometre, and the cost of servicing and tyre wear is approximately 6c and 12c a kilometre (source: RACV running costs guide).  So your distance income should more than compensate you for the additional running costs of your car.

If a Borrower needs to refuel, they use the fuel card in the car, that we arrange, and you are billed for any charges to this at the end of each month.



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