Just checking in to see if others on the forum are using their Model S as a company car. I was getting an allowance of $700 (taxed) with fuel covered by the company in my expenses. I just learned we are switching to mileage reimbursement at .56 a mile, or higher depending on geographic location. This amount will not be taxed moving forward. I'm currently averaging 2,250 miles a month with a high over 3,000 miles certain months, and $275-$330 (now covered, not moving forward) in fuel cost per month. With average miles at 2,200 per month at $.56 would be a little over $1,200 per month. With no fuel and using superchargers when possible, do you think this is at least a break-even proposition when considering depreciation, as well? I'm not looking to make money on it, just seeing if I'm missing anything that would put me deep in the red? Currently driving a 335i xdrive, now have 75,000 miles. Tires and brakes due soon, with synthetic oil changes. Hasn't been too costly so far, but some expensive routine maintenance is coming due. I'd be looking at a 2016 CPO car in the mid $40s as my baseline. Thanks for any of the input you have.