I am now preparing for one hour fit interview. At the end of every behavioral/fit interview or any interview, interviewers always ask interviewees for any other questions at the end of every interview. As an experienced hire, I'd like to ask how the firm supports consultants' travels (i.e separate credit card for expenses, block on scheduling outgoing flights like on Sunday evenings, flexible choice of rental car or agency and easily allowing any accessories like GPS holder, etc). Traveling is a big part of consulting, and I think it's realistic to hear from the consultants how the firm supports consultants' travels. Is this a reasonable question to bring up from an experienced hire? I am not worried about traveling as I have been already traveling, but I do think this is a realistic question to ask and is not to be seen as a sign of seeding a demand. Just want to check.
I work with the thumb rules that I don't ask questions to which I could have easily found the answers elsewhere by reading the firm's website or that are too personal to the interviewer.
What other good questions do others recommend?