Mileage reimbursement

If you do not travel by bicycle or public transport, you are eligible for a mileage reimbursement based on the table below.

You can apply for this reimbursement in the DSPE > Self-service > Commuting mileage reimbursement. The mileage reimbursement is based on the distance between your home address and your work address and the number of days that you travel to work. The distance is determined with the ANWB routeplanner (in Dutch) and considers the fastest distance between the postcode of your home address and the postcode of your work address. If the distance is shorter than 10 kilometres, you will not receive a reimbursement. Take a screenshot of the information on the ANWB Routeplenner that shows the number of kilometres between your home address and your work address and add it to your request.

You will only be reimbursed for actual travel days. This overview shows the overall monthly reimbursement.

Number of travel days Distance between 10 and 20 km Distance more than 20 km
1 €6 €12
2 €12 €24
3 €18 €36
4 €24 €48
5 €30 €60

AUAS will pay the mileage reimbursement each month along with your salary as long as your employment continues. Unless there is a change to the actual days you travel, you will only have to apply once. The reimbursement will automatically be extended until you submit a new application or your employment ceases.

You cannot combine this with other forms of reimbursement, such as the AUAS bicycle or an NS Business Card. However, you can still make use of the bicycle tax-break scheme, which you can use to buy a bike with a tax advantage.

Published by  Administration Centre 7 September 2022