Ensure drivers charge up as well as top up
EMPLOYERS need to undertake due diligence on driver charging facilities as electric vehicles (EVs) start to make their way onto fleets in larger numbers.
Association of Fleet Professionals Chair Paul Hollick said that this was especially important for drivers of petrol
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MASSIVE growth in driver-owned home delivery fleets means that they will need to start aligning to industry norms on safety.
Fleet software specialist FleetCheck, said the increase in these kinds of vehicle operations during the pandemic was an area that needed
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Uncapped data could see insurance premiums rise
PREMIUM car insurance could rocket if new uncapped data is used by insurers.
Since 2009, Thatcham's Group Insurance Rating has placed vehicles into a 1-50 system by using a capped algorithm to help insurers determine the cost of cover. While there
Get your entries in the 2021 Business Motoring Awards
ENTRIES are flowing in for the 2021 Business Motoring Awards and it's not too late to enter.
The 2021 (probably still socially distanced) awards are scheduled for March so we need your entries in by February 12 and you will find
Post Covid-19 fleet strategy - do you have one?
GROWING concern over the impact Covid-19 is having on the safety and compliance of vehicle fleets has led the Fleet Industry Advisory Group (FIAG) to release a series of recommendations on how companies should face up to a post pandemic
EV fleets could save £ millions in congestion charges
FLEET and business vehicle operators could save more than £17 million a year in London Congestion Charge Zone payments by switching to electric or plug-in hybrid cars and vans, according to new research by Citroën UK.
Analysis of Transport for London
What is a pool car?
Company car tax, Featured, Mobility, News, Pool cars
A POOL car is a company vehicle that’s available for use by one or more employees of that company. It can be a pool van, as well.
It's called a pool car, because it is an asset that can be used
By Chris Wright|2021-01-21T16:36:23+00:00January 21st, 2021|
Fleets need to ensure that drivers have a good understanding of their charging options, have their own charging facilities that are not just a standard socket and, in the case of PHEVs, will always charge the car even when there is option to avoid doing so.
By Chris Wright|2021-01-21T10:11:24+00:00January 21st, 2021|
MASSIVE growth in driver-owned home delivery fleets means that they will need to start aligning to industry norms on safety. Fleet software specialist FleetCheck, said the increase in these kinds [...]
By Chris Wright|2021-01-21T10:12:57+00:00January 21st, 2021|
As customers look towards buying or leasing EVs, there's increasing interest in charging solutions for home or workplace. The Leasing Broker Federation has partnered with Project EV which specialises in providing cutting-edge electric vehicle charging points, connecting customers with technology that breaks boundaries.
By Chris Wright|2021-01-20T11:21:50+00:00January 20th, 2021|
Since 2009, Thatcham's Group Insurance Rating has placed vehicles into a 1-50 system by using a capped algorithm to help insurers determine the cost of cover. While there are no plans to replace the current process, raw data shared as a result of taking the cap off has seen around 500 cars surge into a 50-plus category.
By Chris Wright|2021-01-21T10:17:56+00:00January 20th, 2021|
Delivering guidance with products that declutter and simplify the life of SMEs is key to these awards – and getting the recognition your company deserves from Business Motoring, dedicated to the SME motoring sector.
By Chris Wright|2021-01-19T10:30:29+00:00January 19th, 2021|
Analysis of Transport for London data obtained via a Freedom of Information request revealed that, despite a freeze in payments last year - from 23 March to 17 May due to the Covid-19 pandemic - businesses still spent more than £1.4 million per month to enter and operate in central London.
By Chris Wright|2021-01-22T10:56:05+00:00January 18th, 2021|
Developed in Canada, PAVE, is an open API self-inspection solution that turns any phone into a professional inspector in one click. It enables customer guided professional inspections and extensive inspection reports that are can be fully integrated within businesses and their current technology.
By Chris Wright|2021-01-18T10:41:40+00:00January 18th, 2021|
Research commissioned by Europcar Mobility Group in August 2020 found that 52% of fleet manager admitted that they have had to pay increased termination fees. With economic uncertainty continuing well into 2021, an optimised vehicle fleet that can be changed as requirements vary will be key to ongoing success for many businesses
By Chris Wright|2021-01-14T13:24:25+00:00January 14th, 2021|
New management tool – Self-Serve – allows fleet managers to upload new drivers to the Miles Monitor system themselves in order for DVLA licence checks to be conducted. The tool gives fleet managers an administrator role, allowing them control over adding and updating employee details without having to contact Silvey Fleet.
By Chris Wright|2021-01-14T10:14:20+00:00January 14th, 2021|
First of a series of auctions will start Friday 15th January 2021 running until Monday 18th January. Currently, traders can express interest in used stock listed for sale on the Reflex Vehicle Hire website, but the new service will enable live bids on a selection of defleeted cars and vans.