You can claim the cost of using a car you own when you drive:
- between separate jobs on the same day – for example, travelling to your second job as a waiter
- to and from an alternate workplace for the same employer on the same day – for example, driving between separate retail stores for the same employer.
If you claim car expenses, you can use the logbook method or the cents per kilometre method. If you use the logbook method, you need to keep a valid logbook to determine the percentage of work-related use of your car along with evidence of your car expenses. If you use the cents per kilometre method, you need to be able to show how you calculated your work-related kilometres and be able to show that those kilometres were work related.