Robin: Oh, this is nice. Did you get a new car?
Michael: No, this is a company car. Getting to drive one is one of the perks of my new job.
Robin: Does your new position call for a lot of driving?
Michael: It does. As the regional supervisor, I have to cover a large territory. I’ll be visiting all of the affiliates across the state.
Robin: Does that mean you can drive the company car anytime, anywhere?
Michael: Well, I’m only supposed to use it for official business since the company deducts the standard mileage allowance on their taxes, but there are ways to account for any extra miles I log.
Robin: You mean you fudge the mileage numbers?
Michael: You could say that. It’s no big deal. Everybody does it, or so I’ve heard. You know, I’ve been meaning to ask you. Do you want to go with me to San Diego this weekend?
Robin: That depends. Are you taking your company car?
Michael: I was thinking about it.
Robin: In that case, no, thanks. I don’t want to be an accessory to whatever rules you’re breaking.
Michael: Suit yourself, but what’s a company perk if you can’t take full advantage of it?
call for 需要
official business 公司业务
mileage allowance 以里程计算的差旅费
account for 解释，说明
take full advantage of 完全利用