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travel allowance

#2
I take it you have approval to drive this sort of distance? ISTR that I had a long wait for approval to drive the 30-odd miles from Chingford to Chelmsford as there is a distance limit somewhere in the rules.
 
#5
JSP 752 says max of 50 miles per single journey unless in certain circumstances.

Not sure if I'm allowed to post it here? Even though its probably freely available
 
#7
Mongoose said:
JSP 752 says max of 50 miles per single journey unless in certain circumstances.

Not sure if I'm allowed to post it here? Even though its probably freely available
methinks there are ways around it, mine's 81 one way! I ge paid for it so don't question how its done, I'm not the only one at the unit who travels that far either.
We must come under the 'certain circumstances'
 
#8
Mongoose said:
JSP 752 says max of 50 miles per single journey unless in certain circumstances.

Not sure if I'm allowed to post it here? Even though its probably freely available
I never had problems at my old unit, their were several of us going from Sqn in Leeds to Troop in Hull and visa versa
 
#11
Or better still, why don't you do your drill all the way down there then all the way back. You get to practice the same amount as a real soldier would in a year, plus you get to save on petrol. Perfect!
 
#14
Mongoose said:
We must come under the 'certain circumstances'
Can't remember off the top of my head, but something like specialist units / on authority from CO/Bde / CFAV etc etc. But its not meant to be the norm
That will be us then, no mileage no recruits trained, as no one else wants the job!
 
#16
titsinatophat said:
Or better still, why don't you do your drill all the way down there then all the way back. You get to practice the same amount as a real soldier would in a year, plus you get to save on petrol. Perfect!
Bite, but I can't help myself. I see why you have the O2 Thief Tag
 
#20
Having looked at my recent pay slips, I notice that I don't get paid travel allowance for doing a full day's pay - including extensions of that, i.e claiming 2 days for a weekend. Anyone know when/why this started?
I will contact my Chief Clerk but he is on leave at the mo.
 

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