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How to Configure Your Mileage Calculator
How to Configure Your Mileage Calculator
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Written by Diego Ceja
Updated over a week ago

At ISN, we understand the importance of flexibility and customization when it comes to managing your fees. That's why we've included a powerful feature – the Fees Per Mile Calculator.

Follow these simple steps to configure your mileage calculator and explore the various customization choices available.

Navigate to Settings

Begin by accessing the Settings menu. Click on "Settings" > "Office Settings" to delve into the heart of your configuration options.

Locate Fees Per Mile

Within the Office Settings section, find the "Fees Per Mile" option. This is where you'll unlock the potential of our mileage calculator.

Configure Calculation Method

Decide how you want your mileage fee to be calculated. You can choose between a fixed rate per mile or based on specific mileage ranges.

  • Fixed Rate Per Mile: Set a fixed amount for each mile traveled.

  • Mileage Ranges: Define specific mileage brackets and assign corresponding fees. For example, 1-10 miles might cost $10, and 11-20 miles could be $15.

Starting Point Selection

You have the option to choose the starting point for your mileage calculation – whether it's the office address or the inspector's address. Click the appropriate button to make your selection.

Apply to Specific Fees

After configuring your mileage calculator, apply it to specific fees within your system. Navigate to Settings > Office Settings > Fees and find the fee you want to apply it to. Click the pencil icon to edit the fee, then check the box labeled 'Mile Calculator.'

Congratulations! You've successfully configured your mileage calculator, providing a tailored approach to fees based on your unique business requirements.

If you have any questions about this information please let us know! You can reach us by chat, email at, or phone at (800) 700-8112.

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