Charge for Mileage allows you to set an average daily mileage limit. Dealerships can configure the amount to charge per mile when the limit is exceeded. Customers will be charged for excess mileage when the contract is finished.
Toggle on and set the Charge for Mileage limit in Cost Recovery Settings.
If you charge for excess mileage, we recommend updating the Agreement Summary to reflect this.
How is Charge for Mileage calculated?
Customers will be allotted a set number of miles for their contract based on both the Daily Mileage Allowance and the days under contract.
(days under contract x Daily Mileage Allowance = total mileage allowed)
2 days under contract x 150 miles/ day allowance = 300 miles total
If the customer exceeds 300 miles during their 2-day contract, the customer will be charged the per mile for the excess mileage.
(excess mileage x rate = total excess mileage charge)
(10 miles x 0.25 cents/ mile = $2.50 excess mileage charge)
Days under contract is based on the "Actual Pickup" and "Actual Dropoff" that can be found in Contract Details.
Contract Length: 1 Hour = 1 Daily Rate Charge
Contract Length: 24 Hours = 1 Daily Rate Charge
Contract Length 25 Hours= 2 Daily Rate Charges