young man in tie in drivers seat The most common types of vehicle programs include a flat car allowance program, a mileage reimbursement program, and Fixed and Variable Rate Reimbursement (FAVR) programs. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The modern workforce is becoming more mobile. From small business owners who support a few remote employees to sales managers who oversee an entire mobile workforce, many employers around the world now rely on employees who drive their personal vehicles to conduct business. Most organizations are unaware of all the vehicle programs companies can use to reimburse their mobile workforce. Before making a decision on which program is right, companies should explore the benefits and drawbacks of every option available.

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