This is my second question on this thread. So glad I found you.....I work for a national company based out of Boston MASS. They employ people all over the U.S. I live and work in California. I travel everyday for my job, sometimes 1000 miles per week. I put 50,000 miles on my car in one year. The company I work for is not giving me any mileage money, no vehicle allowance, or anything for wear and tear. I am only getting reimbursed for the actual gas after I turn in receipts from the gas pump. Also I sometimes travel to Nevada and Arizona. They do not pay for any meals or anything. They only pay for the hotel cost. Is this legal? If I work in CA 99% of the time, do the laws change when I travel to other states? I cannot afford to keep tires and breaks on my car with all this travel so I am trying to see if this is legal. If it is legal should I be getting the money back from taxes or something. it seems to cost me 30% of my salary for vehicle repairs and maintenance.?? Also they require me to have a lapotop so they can email me all day but they don't pay for internet, broadband, or cell phone either..... Currently costing me $200. a month... Please help, am I getting takin' advantage of? Thanks in advance.