LANSING, Mich. (AP) - State auditors are raising questions about thousands of dollars of purchases charged to gas cards.
The audit released Friday found people driving state vehicles spent $372,000 on things besides gas during a recent two-year period. About 40 percent of that amount was charged to a category called "other."
The state of Michigan's vehicle policy has many restrictions on the use of gas cards. Food, beverages, maps and towing are among the prohibited items.
Officials plan to take action, although they don't want to take steps that would reduce access to gas and products in certain areas of the state.