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Redde Northgate acquires EV charging business

By |July 19th, 2021|

Northgate, which supplies LCV flexible hire solutions and support services to British businesses, is committed to supporting its customers as they transition to electric vehicles. The company has already adapted its workshops for EVs, and is installing charging infrastructure across its network of 70+ locations. It has also professionally trained over 300 technicians on EVs.

Vehicle replacement planner provides help for Covid-affected fleets

By |July 19th, 2021|

Planner incorporates key factors affecting replacement such as vehicle mileage, age, total maintenance costs and the finance terms under which it is funded. These settings can be created by the user and customised to suit their existing vehicle replacement policy, or benchmark profiles created by FleetCheck can be adopted.

Can salary sacrifice entice employees back to the office?

By |July 19th, 2021|

A salary sacrifice car scheme offers employees a number of benefits. Typically, all maintenance, road tax, business insurance and breakdown cover costs are included within the monthly cost, which is deducted from the employee’s gross salary. This creates savings in income tax and National Insurance Contributions which can be significant.

Mitigating fleet risk: Are you keeping your drivers and business safe?

By |July 15th, 2021|

Fleets carry a huge range of risks and costs to businesses, all of which can be minimised. They could even be eliminated with careful planning. What’s more, not only does mitigating risk protect against negative consequences, but there can be significant benefits for the most proactive businesses. 

Is your connected car data protected?

By |July 14th, 2021|

Whilst there are lots of advantages to these increasingly advanced onboard systems, the rise in connectivity has raised concerns about data protection and an individual’s right to privacy. Essentially, cars made today are closer to smartphones than ever before, with the new Tesla chip able to perform 72 trillion operations per second.

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