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(distance traveled)(en millas) distancia recorrida femininekilometraje masculine(in aviation, etc) millaje masculinemy average annual mileage is 10,000 — hago un promedio de 10.000 millas al año
- this car has (a) high mileage — este coche ha hecho muchas millas
- it gives a good mileage — es un coche económico
- The elegant blonde patrolled the showroom forecourt, pausing to point out low mileages and discuss engine capacity with a female customer.
- As carbon dioxide production from vehicles is directly related to fuel consumption and annual mileage covered, the remaining fly in the ointment is the taxi problem.
- But for households with more than one car doing higher than average mileages, it is possible that families are paying more in fuel tax each month than their council tax or mortgage repayments.
- Indeed, for all the miles he covers in the course of a race, his weekly mileage would not be considered excessive by most club runners on a diet of 10k road races.
- A study by the AA found that women tend to drive shorter distances, have lower annual mileages and typically drive more slowly.
- Fixed fees also have no impact on marginal decisions about whether to drive more or fewer miles in a year, since annual mileage is not related to the tax rate.
- Cars that have high mileages in a short period are often company cars, so service histories are usually immaculate and it also implies motorway driving, which is less stressful on the engine.
- In the case of the car tested, many drivers who have a fair amount of country mileage will easily achieve 50 miles per gallon.
- The average annual mileage of a four-wheeled car was 9,200 miles between 1999 and 2001
- Over the years I have always leased a vehicle, and huge mileages have been clocked up.
- I should have run a competition to see how much mileage I covered in 3 days.
- Average mileages for a 1999/2000 car should be around 60,000 miles, but whatever the odometer is showing needs to be verified by documentation.
- Designed to get more people coming to Edington Priory Church and raise some money, the day will feature a quiz where residents must guess the total mileage Phineas has covered.
- But when they were sold in December and October 2002 respectively, the mileages of both cars showed around 65,000 miles.
- The vehicles being replaced were three-and-a-half years old and had mileages between 56,000 and 90,000, the spokesman added.
- Private mileage amounts to 2,000 miles of total annual mileage of 16,000 miles.
- They would say, like my partner, that because men drive longer distances and have higher mileages, it is obvious that they are exposing themselves to the risks of more accidents.
- From the time I passed my test until now I've covered enough mileage to drive to and from the moon about twice, around 900,000 miles.
- Both drivers also covered extensive mileage testing various tyre compounds with Michelin.
- Both reached record mileages with their engines, and were able to concentrate on chassis and engine development for the coming races.
(charge)tarifa por milla feminine
- He is to put a notice of motion to the Council calling for passes for all, pointing out they were cheaper than paying mileage expenses to councillors who opted to drive to meetings.
- The business mileage rate for 2004 is 37.5 cents per mile, up from 36 cents per mile for 2003.
- IT51 allows for the payment of motoring expenses through a flat-rate mileage allowance system.
- And yesterday, the prosecution offered no evidence in relation of mileage expense claims he was said to have ‘fiddled’.
- Training and on-going support is provided, together with a mileage allowance and out-of-pocket expenses.
- Later this year, it is probable that there will be a substantial increase in the travelling mileage rate from 38 cents to 60 cents.
- Yes, councillors get paid a mileage allowance per mile while travelling on council business which according to the article amounts to about £40,000 a year.
- The increased mileage rate for players has also increased expenses.
- Mr Willis acknowledged there was a possible economic case for senior officers with high mileage figures being provided with cars rather than claiming large mileage expenses.
- The company organised a scheme for the delivery of concrete through owner-drivers who were paid a fixed mileage rate.
- Unlimited first-class travel within the UK is permitted as well as a mileage rate of 57.7p per mile for parliamentary business.
- The county council has introduced pool cars for business trips, and last year adopted mileage rates of 40p a mile for staff using bikes on business.
- Hospital kidney patients are allowed mileage expenses for trips to and from hospital for dialysis.
- While the service has been restored in some cases, other families are being given a paid mileage allowance by the Department of Education to drive the children to school themselves.
- The players that show up aren't there for the glamour of playing for their county, or to collect their mileage expenses.
- This means someone travelling from Dublin to Cork on official business could pocket almost €400 in mileage expenses alone.
- At present, he said, the mobile phone allowance was a fixed one and factored in to the councillors' mileage expenses.
- County councillors also receive a mileage allowance and overnight subsistence if they attend conferences or go on other council business.
- Their work is on a voluntary basis but mileage expenses are paid for drivers.
- I have just found out how you make mileage expenses claims these days.
(allowance)pago por milla recorrida masculine
2(advantage, profit)there is perhaps some mileage in the plan — quizás el plan tenga posibilidades
- he made a lot of political mileage out of the affair — le sacó mucho provecho / partido al asunto desde el punto de vista político
- they want to extract maximum mileage from the Pope's visit — quieren explotar al máximo la visita del Papa
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