Writing off business expenses is an important and often relieving part of tax season, especially if you spent a lot for work purposes in the past year. One expense you might not have considered tax-deductible is repairing your vehicle. However, if you use your car for business even part of the time, the government could pay for some of those repairs.
Winter brings a number of challenges, especially if you live in a particularly cold and icy area, but perhaps none are greater than driving in harsh conditions. The combination of snow, ice, and freezing temperatures creates unique difficulties. As you know, this doesn’t mean you can’t go anywhere, it simply means you need to be prepared.
We can’t all purchase new hybrid or electric vehicles, and many of us don’t want to. But that doesn’t mean you have to give up on green driving. While every driver was taught how to use their vehicle in driving school, not everyone knows how to maximize fuel, both on the road and before getting in the car.
As we all know, winter is a dangerous time for drivers, not only because icy roads can make for risky conditions, but also because colder weather can damage your vehicle, even when it’s just sitting in the driveway.