We’ve hit an awesome milestone: MileIQ users have logged more than 10 billion miles! Whether it’s seeing clients, picking up supplies or going to the bank, we salute all you road warriors. We put together an infographic to break down that astounding number.

With 10 billion miles, you can drive from the MileIQ headquarters in San Francisco to New York City more than 3,441,156 times. That assumes you’re taking the most direct route but we won’t blame you if you want to make a few detours.

If you wanted to ditch the car and walk those 10 billion miles, it would take you 361,492 years. Be sure to wear some comfortable shoes.

Those miles can add up. The amount of classified business mileage alone is more than $1.2 billion. That’s enough money to buy your own jet and circle the Earth 401,590 times. Through deductions and time savings, the average user saved $8,267 per year. Whether it’s for your mileage deduction, reimbursement or more free time, it’s clear that your miles are worth a lot.

We know that you road warriors are out there every day doing the hard work. We want to thank each and every one of you for trusting us with your miles. Happy Driving!

Check out the infographic below and click on it to get the full size.

How Far is 10 Billion Miles? MileIQ hits more than 10 billion miles

 

Marin Perez

Marin Perez

Marin is part of the marketing team at MileIQ. He's excited to see how entrepreneurs are using tools like MileIQ and Spend to be more successful. When not working, he's thinking about his next trip.
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