Some companies accept trip charges for some reasons. A “Give Access” work order is basically nothing more than driving to a property in order to open it for a third party so in essence the “trip” is the work performed and therefore it can be invoiced with an expectation of payment.
However, just about every company will deduct the fee paid for a “trip charge” from the very next invoice paid for any work performed at the property after the valid “trip charge.”
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