Intelligent classification

The app seamlessly detects who you visited and suggest the purpose of the trip, while making it easy to correct.

Categorising your trips

You have to make clear distinctions between business and personal trips. With Driversnote you can do it on the phone as you go or use the web interface later on.

An inbox for your trips

See your most recent trips to revise and approve them one at a time or delete the ones you do not need.

See all your trips

You can browse through all of your trips and quickly add a return trip if you need to.

Track on autopilot with an iBeacon

Only track trips you take with your vehicle with the Driversnote iBeacon. The app will help you classify your trips based on your work hours and previous logs.

Learn more about the iBeacon

Handling places

You need to log who you visited. We make this easy for you:

  • The app automatically selects previously used locations
  • When you drive to a new destination, it suggests companies nearby
  • Both the web interface and app lets you easily manage your locations

Other features

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, most mileage tracker apps can be used to track both business and personal mileage. However, it's important to ensure that you can easily differentiate between the two types of mileage when it comes to reporting your mileage to your workplace or HMRC.

Some of the best mileage tracker apps for self-employed workers in the UK offer features such as automatic trip tracking, trip categorisation, and HMRC-compliant reporting. Get Driversnote today to simplify your mileage records.

Use a mileage tracker app for tax purposes to keep a record of all your business mileage throughout the tax year. This includes the date of the journey, the start and end locations, and the purpose of the trip. You can use the data recorded by the app to calculate the mileage expenses you can claim as tax deductions. Make sure that you comply with HMRC's rules and regulations regarding mileage claims.