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Title 41Subtitle FChapter 302Subchapter CPart 302-4 → Subpart E


Title 41: Public Contracts and Property Management
PART 302-4—ALLOWANCES FOR SUBSISTENCE AND TRANSPORTATION


Subpart E—Daily Driving Distance Requirements


Contents
§302-4.400   Will I be required to drive a minimum distance per day?
§302-4.401   Are there exceptions to this daily minimum?
§302-4.402   Will I be required to document the circumstances causing the delay?
§302-4.403   Does this exception require authorization by my approving official?

§302-4.400   Will I be required to drive a minimum distance per day?

Yes, your agency may establish a reasonable minimum driving distance that may be more than, but not less than an average of 300 miles per calendar day.

§302-4.401   Are there exceptions to this daily minimum?

Yes, your agency may authorize exceptions to the daily minimum driving distance when there is a delay beyond your control such as acts of God, restrictions by Governmental authorities, or other acceptable reasons; e.g., a physical handicap or special needs. Your agency must have a designated approving official authorize the exception.

§302-4.402   Will I be required to document the circumstances causing the delay?

Yes, you must provide a statement on your travel claim explaining the circumstances that caused the delay.

§302-4.403   Does this exception require authorization by my approving official?

Yes, authorization by your approving official is required for any exception to the daily minimum driving distance.

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