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Sales through fleet remarketing platform increased ahead of showroom reopening

Platform is used by leasing companies and major fleets to sell cars and vans to a community of more than 3,500 independent and franchise traders. Sales had fallen away at the start of this year but were now broadly comparable to the same time last year, before the pandemic started to take effect in the UK

By |April 12th, 2021|

Octopus launches new EV leasing company to unlock salary sacrifice

Octopus has designed its scheme to be low effort and zero cost for a business to set up. From launch, Octopus experts are available to help employees choose their cars and get set up with charge points and EV energy tariffs; as well as support the business with scheme documents, approvals and payroll.

By |April 7th, 2021|

Vimcar helps medics meet their targets

Talk to a Doctor, part of Health Finder Pro, installed Vimcar’s Fleet Geo SaaS plug-and-play units into its seven-strong fleet of emergency response vehicles in August 2020. The move followed a shift within its business to in-person visits to private patients in their homes, rather than its original remit of offering healthcare advice online or over the phone.

By |March 31st, 2021|

Pandemic pick-up for EVs

Rivervale leasing has been delving into the most recent DVLA data to discover the most popular Electric Vehicle of the past year. New registrations for traditionally fuelled cars decreased in 2020 while EVs remained on the up, with a higher-than-average growth rate of around 1.64%, when compared to the previous four years. 

By |March 31st, 2021|

Bynx launches Fleet Future insight series

With the fleet market entering a period of unprecedented change, the reports will consider some of the challenges facing fleet managers and their suppliers. The first issue of Fleet Future considers the future shape of the fleet market as the Coronavirus vaccine helps return the global economy to full strength, with the business environment changed significantly over the past year.

By |March 30th, 2021|

More than a third of households consider downsizing their fleet

In a study of 2,000 UK households with access to more than one car, DS Automobiles found 36% say the pandemic has caused them to consider downsizing their fleet, with 23% stating they now have less need for multiple cars than before the pandemic. According to the Department for Transport, 35% of all households in the UK own two or more cars or vans.

By |March 29th, 2021|

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