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    i would like to chat with you boss .. please call 563-949-6054 ASK for Backwoods . she will take you info check it an have me get back with you .

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    Quote Originally Posted by markit View Post
    there ain't shit to locate in Idaho... it's all clear and aerial! lol
    Don't say it too loud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Edward View Post
    Thats an interesting pay scale. If you can get ahead using your own vehicle because your pay scale allows it thats good for you. Nice move on the metro, has to be like the cheapest vehicle to operate of all time. what is it like a handful of quarters for a new tire and a few bills to put a new engine in it lol My particular setup my wife has the health insurance through a bank for 80 bucks a month which is dirt cheap. Do you use a ticket system or why do you have to head to his house to get the tickets? we use translore
    It is VERY cheap to run. I'm out of the locate game now but I'm holding on to the Geo because it has been such a good car. Cheap, Cheap, Cheap. Tires run about 40-50 a piece which aint bad. I'd go through a set every year or two.

    The company I worked for now uses a computer based system but up until my last day we were still issued a stack of paper tickets. We had to do drawings on them like the old days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ProfessionalLocator View Post
    federal requirement. If you write down mileage or not the feds will tax you something.

    You do not need to report mileage if the vehicle is 100% for company use. As all of the miles are used for company use. I talked with two CPA's in my area about this. The employer does not need to charge his employee for use of the truck.

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