Travel Mileage Policy
- Mileage allowance for use of personal vehicles is .51 cents per mile.
- For in-state travel, vehicle rentals should be used by any employee and/or authorized traveler who plans to travel 100 miles or more in a single round trip and is eligible to receive mileage allowance.
- For in-state travel less than 100 miles, employees may rent a vehicle if determined to be in the best interest of the University or use their personal vehicle and receive a mileage reimbursement not to exceed a maximum of 99 miles round trip at .51 cents per mile.
Enterprise remains the state contract vendor for in-state University business travel and should be used when applicable.
- Due to the additional fees charges at airport locations, employees should not make reservations at these locations.
- Employees may reserve an Enterprise rental car in using the Corporate ID# NA1403 and the Company Name/Pin# STA.
- In addition, some Enterprise branches may require a source or department code and that code is L140470.
- Call a local Enterprise Rent-A-Car branch during business hours.
- Call 1-800-Rent-A-Car (24 hours a day)
- Access the website
- NOTE: Reservations are to be made 24 hours in advance for guaranteed vehicle class/size.
- Employees using their personal vehicle for business should ensure they are adequately covered under their personal insurance policy. State law requires that the employee’s insurance carrier be the primary insurer. The Office of Risk Management covers collision damage up to $1,000.
- CDW/ Damage Waiver Insurance and $1 Million Liability Protection Coverage is included in the State Motor Pool Rental Contract price through Enterprise Rent-A-Car. NO OTHER INSURANCE WILL BE REIMBURSED WHEN RENTING, EXCEPT WHEN RENTING OUTSIDE THE 50 UNITED STATES. If a collision occurs on University business, the accident should be reported immediately to the Office of Risk Management and the vehicle rental company, when applicable.
- Payments for vehicle rentals can be made using the LaCarte p-card or their personal credit card. If the LaCarte p-card is used, please include the signed travel prior approval form with the rental car receipt.
- Gasoline for rental vehicles may be purchased with a personal credit card. If a personal credit card is used to pay for fuel, original receipts along with a signed travel prior and voucher must be submitted for reimbursement.
- Any non-state state employee designated as an authorized traveler for the University must sign a Hold Harmless Form prior to riding in or driving a state-owned vehicle or rental vehicle on behalf of the State.