Leasing Broker Federation launches 2021 Awards
THE Leasing Broker Federation has launched it 2021 Awards.
They will be held on November 11 at the exclusive Home House, London’s most magnificent private members’ club.
The Awards, held alongside the LBF's AGM, are open to Federation members who will also
AER not fit for purpose says fleet organisation
THE Government needs to revise its Advisory Electricity Rate (AER) for electric vehicles which has remained unchanged since 2018.
Advisory Rates are widely used by employers to determine reimbursement rates for employees claiming business mileage, with HMRC publishing updated AFRs quarterly
Digital drives transformation of SME fleet management
THE year under lockdown has seen a large percentage of SMEs adapting their business by implementing new vehicle management software while almost a third have digitalised their fleets.
Research from Vimcar, conducted by Opinion Matters, has revealed a picture of how
Fundamentals of UK fleet industry are strong, says Fleet Alliance boss
DESPITE the disruption to business caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, the fundamentals of the UK fleet industry remain strong..
In a wide-ranging interview with leading US fleet publication, Fleet Management Weekly, Martin Brown, Managing Director of Fleet Alliance, said that underpinning
Business Motoring Awards 2021 - the winners!
Business Motoring Awards, Car news and reviews, Featured
IT’S been a record entry for the Business Motoring Awards this year. The judges have made their decisions and now the results are in:
So, who are the tops when it comes to cars and services?
Best Small Car: Honda e
Vauxhall Insignia - what does the future hold?
Car news and reviews, Featured, News, Vauxhall Reviews
What is it?
IT'S a big family saloon – and the first question that springs to mind is “does it have a future?”
Given that Ford has decided to discontinue the Mondeo as SUVs corner the family market, you wonder how long
The king is dead – long live the king
Featured, Ford Reviews, News
AFTER nearly 30 years Ford is killing off the Mondeo, the traditional three-box saloon and backbone of many fleets and company reps for decades.
Hastening its demise has been the evolution of fleet market, with PCPs, PCHs and other forms of
Salary sacrifice - what you need to know
SALARY sacrifice car schemes can be an affordable way to provide employees with a brand new fully insured and maintained car for a fixed monthly amount taken from their pre-tax salary.
They can also get more drivers into electric vehicles (EVs)
In a wide-ranging interview with leading US fleet publication, Fleet Management Weekly, Martin Brown, Managing Director of Fleet Alliance, said that underpinning the strength of the UK fleet market were highlights such as a rapid growth in EV registrations; advances in telematics and its integration with 5G and artificial intelligence (AI); and a long-standing commitment to environmental concerns which was helping to shape fleet decisions.
With the Tourneo Custom Active, Ford has given the Transit Custom van a more car-like interior packed with handy features while on the outside there’s grey body cladding, extended running boards, roof rails, diamond-cut 17-inch alloys and Active branding.
E.ON’s company car provision went all electric in 2019, and the salary sacrifice scheme now enables non-company car drivers to access an EV too. E.ON and Lex Autolease worked together on developing this new employee proposition, which is the first EV-only salary sacrifice scheme provided by Lex Autolease.
Manufacturers are finding the prices of the raw materials they use have risen rapidly in the wake of the pandemic while, at the same time, production numbers are being restricted, largely by semiconductor shortages.
Against a more positive economic backdrop – including OECD forecasting a 7.2% increase in UK GDP during 2021 – fleet registrations grew more than twice as fast as private purchases in May. Large fleets accounted for 50.7% of all new vehicles hitting the road, demonstrating improving business confidence compared to the same month last year.
HANDLING, selling, inspecting, transporting and managing fleet vehicles is all part of the remarketing brief. Members of the Vehicle Remarketing Association handle more than 1.5 million used vehicles every year [...]
RESEARCH last year by BNP Paribas Personal Finance revealed how an increasing awareness of the environment is impacting upon car buyers’ purchasing decisions. Almost 50% of those questioned said they [...]
At the end of April this year, premium models accounted for 35% of corporate sales and BMW is starting to see electrification becoming dominant in terms of fleet, particularly as it benefits BiK rates.
In terms of looks there’s a distinct Transit connection and the Connect uses the same platform as the Mk2 and Mk3 Ford Focus, so it is light on its feet and surprisingly good to drive while there’s lots of in cabin technology carried over from Ford’s passenger cars.
BMW Group’s new technology flagship brings together the company’s latest developments in the strategic innovation fields of Design, Automated Driving, Connectivity, Electrification and Services to create a premium mobility experience that is unrivalled in its segment.
Cazoo now offers a range of new cars available for between 6 and 24 months, with ordering entirely online and delivery in as little as 72 hours. At the end of the contract period, the customer can return the car, switch it for another one or keep it on a rolling monthly contract.