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Old 08-05-2015, 02:36 PM   #15
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When I ride with friends in their auto, I pay for ALL the fuel. They are furnishing the vehicle, pay insurance, tires, and other costs, and I get to ride with no responsibility, so it is only reasonable to pay for all the fuel.
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When I ride with friends in their auto, I pay for ALL the fuel. They are furnishing the vehicle, pay insurance, tires, and other costs, and I get to ride with no responsibility, so it is only reasonable to pay for all the fuel.
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My SIL travels with us and when we go we charge everything to a certain credit card then she pays one third when the trip is over.
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When I ride with friends in their auto, I pay for ALL the fuel. They are furnishing the vehicle, pay insurance, tires, and other costs, and I get to ride with no responsibility, so it is only reasonable to pay for all the fuel.
For the first trip, if we invite them, him, or her, I would accept any donation gracefully, but not expect it. After that, 50/50 is not out of line.
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If I invite someone... they are expected to cover food and part of the fuel .
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Actually Len his insurance agent/company can answer one very important question - "at what point does expense reimbursement become a commercial venture?" Requiring commercial coverage or at least voiding normal coverage???
When you declare the money as income and write off the expenses. Otherwise it's just friends paying their share for what they have used.
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If I invite someone... they are expected to cover food and part of the fuel .
Do you set that plan up front as part of the invitation? A lot depends on who it is that you invite, but if we invited people out on our boat (usually after a couple of hints from them about, "...oh, how nice it must be to get to go to the islands.") I never expected gas money from them, but didn't mind a bit that they brought all the drinks and food for everybody.

A lot depends on who the people are, too. If they're a couple of folks that are rubbing their nickels together, then not so much. If nice and comfortable, then absolutely.
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