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Autotrip mileage tracking system relaunched with improved technology

Date: 11 July 2019   |   Author: Sean Keywood

An automated mileage tracking and reporting system, which its makers claim can save businesses time recording and reimbursing claims, has been relaunched after redevelopment.

Autotrip initially hit the market in 2014, but has relaunched this summer with redeveloped technology under a new management team.

The system is designed to automatically record business trips via a tracker installed in drivers' cars.

Drivers then use a web app to class trips as business or personal, with private trips only made visible to the driver. 

Those approving claims can then review every trip and store HMRC-compliant records securely.

The system also automatically calculates the amount of VAT that businesses can reclaim on their fuel expenses.

Managing director James Finlayson said: "In my many years of business, I have seen hundreds of companies and their drivers scratching their heads over mileage log books and spreadsheets, spending hours on such a mundane, yet sadly necessary task. 

"In this modern era of technology, it is time to introduce a new method to save businesses time and money that would be more effectively spent elsewhere, and that is what Autotrip does.

"We are not claiming to be the first to bring technology in to manage mileage claims, but existing apps still leave too much room for error (both human and technological). 

"With its automated behind-the-scenes tracking, Autotrip is the UK's most accurate and easy-to-use system, and even better, it is affordable for businesses of any size."

 

 

 

 



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