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With respect to the three hours, you are correct that you must be paid for three hours of work. Unfortunately though the law is that you do not get paid at your regular hourly rate. The law is that you get paid either for three hours at the minimum wage or whatever you work for at your own wage rate, whichever is more. So if you are being paid for one hour but your own hourly wage is over three times what minimum wage is than you are ahead.There is no law that dictates what you should pay for in terms of kilometres driven. Your employment contract would dictate that so you need to review your contract to see what it says about how this will be calculated.Does that answer your question to?