- May 5, 2005
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Ya - fair enough. Does not phase me much as I have a big @ss petrol card from the company. Most months I still have a bit left over and top up wifeys car with it.13.5 vs 7.7 L/100km urban average.
6.8 vs 5 L/100km highway average.
And these are conservative figures.
It's allowed. See last quote.I wouldn't publically state that unless its allowed by the company.
Semi. Gone perm as one of my clients IT Manager with some smaller contracts running on the side.Doesn't he work for himself?
100% bang on the button.Sounds like he has a pre-defined spending balance so it's technically not a problem and probably worked into his benefits.
I just want to see how much I'd lose by going that route and if it worth it. My guess is a fair amount as I've only had the car 3 months.
If it isn't worth it to trade now, I'll wait for 6 months to get my settlement lower - but I may as well see now.