Yes of course keep looking please.
Thank you for your answer, it was the answer that I wanted to hear and has made me feel much better about the situation.
What would you advise I do going forward?
Should I try and raise the matter and secure a new deal (I feel sure that I would lose out in this case)
Should I continue to submit my mileage sheets to show 15000 miles or less, building up more Custom & Practice in the process?
Reference my unofficial deal that has been going on for the last 11 years i.e.getting paid £5,250 tax free per annum for a 15000 mileage allowance that I do not genuinally do.
Well today my company have said they are scrapping this deal and I have been asked to propose a new deal i.e. a pay increase.
Can I ask for a package that equates to the £5,250 based on 'Custom & Practice'?
Currently I only do about 4800miles a year which at 45p a mile is £2,160 so was thinking of asking for a pay increase of £3090 net.
What do you think?
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