If you forgot to keep a Driving log, don’t panic!
Using a Mileage Tracker App to keep track of Ongoing miles is a great idea. However, a driver can recover lost or incomplete records and come up with a comprehensive Driving log for tax deductions. That’s why many prefer to use MileageWise – a Driving log tracking and generation tool.
The IRS does help with a few examples on “after the fact” Driving log because they know that forgetting to track mileage isn’t new.
MileageWise got your back
Mileage trackers with GPS technology can only track real-time driving. You can’t use them for creating or reconstructing Driving logs retrospectively.
But with MileageWise you can make up for forgotten Driving logs, with the AdWise feature and by checking 70 logical conflicts your recommended logs will be good to go and IRS-proof, meeting Every Expectation.
After reconstructing your past Driving logs, you can continue tracking your trips with MileageWise. Just as you would do it with any Mileage tracker. MileageWise can detect your trips automatically as well, but without using up your data and battery. When you arrive at a destination the App offers you a partner and the purpose of the trip from an already existing database. You can always add new partners to your list, which will then be available for you to use automatically in the future.
If you already use a Mileage Tracker App, you can import your already made Driving logs to MileageWise and the Software will monitor 70 logical conflicts when making you a recommended log of your taste.
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