4.7 Traveller as a passenger in a private vehicle

4.7.1 Travellers may arrange to have another person drive them to, or pick them up from a public carrier’s terminal.  In either case, the amount claimable must be based on the most direct road route and each round trip cost claimed cannot exceed the one-way taxi fare to and from the carrier’s terminal.  Kilometric rates can be found in Appendix A

4.7.2 When a traveller is authorized to travel as a passenger in a private vehicle to his or her destination, where the driver is not eligible to claim a kilometric allowance, the authorized traveller is entitled to reimbursement of the kilometric rate (see Appendix A) or the Maximum Allowed for Driving (See Section 4.8), depending on the situation.

4.7.3 When a traveller is authorized to travel as a passenger in a private vehicle to his or her destination, where the driver is also an authorized traveller who is eligible to claim a kilometric allowance (see Appendix A) or the Maximum Allowed for Driving (Section 4.8), only one individual is entitled to claim reimbursement for use of the private vehicle.

4.7.4 Insurance - See Section 3.4, Privately Owned Motor Vehicle - Insurance.

August 12, 2016
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