Personal Vehicle Guidelines

**As of 09/15/15, the current PSU mileage rate for reimbursement maximum is $0.50 per mile**  

 

Mileage rates* are set annually on January 1st in accordance with IRS regulations. The university reimburses for mileage and tolls between PSU or the traveler’s home (whichever is less) and the destination. Private cars used for university business should be covered adequately by the owner for public liability insurance protection.

If a PSU traveler elects to drive to a location with available air or rail service, reimbursement will be limited to an amount not to exceed the lowest airfare/rail fare available plus the usual cost of transportation to and from the airport and parking at an airport other than Manchester.

 

Reimbursement for lodging and meals one day prior and one day after the conference dates will be allowed.

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Giving Back Is Its Own Reward

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Next Steps

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