Adding voice control to a car radio can cut down on driving risks, so why aren’t more fleets equipped with them?
Real Business hears from a pair of legal experts about what SMEs can do to insure their fleets effectively.
A new report reveals fleet frustration with the “dirty diesel” narrative. What does this mean for SMEs?
Green fleet management is the buzzword for SMEs with company cars, and you can ensure lower long-term costs and better business reputation by doing it.
The SME market boom demands that those relying on a fleet are able to upscale operations to keep up with the competition. However, this means greater spend on fuel. FLEETCOR’s Thore Vestergaard gives advice on mitigating these additional costs.
Whether you’re a manufacturer, leasing company, fleet decision maker or driver, “what should we do about WLTP regulation?” is the key question.
If you’re thinking of introducing company cars as a perk for your employees then on first look, the tax obligations can seem daunting. We look at the taxes that apply and help you consider the best fuel types for company cars.
From what we have seen in the bus and coach sector, it is common practice for businesses to buy their vehicles outright rather than consider other options such as leasing. If this has been your traditional model, it could be time for a rethink.
The most common cause leading to accidents in a vehicle fleet is a lack of compliance to driving standards. So, organisations need to take steps to gain greater insight into how drivers are behaving.
Are your workers happy? For years, companies have mistakenly believed that peak performance and employees’ happiness are mutually exclusive.
A car sharing service may be just what infrequent London drivers are crying out for, but how would this sort of fleet be managed in reality?
David Brennan, CEO at Nexus Vehicle Rental, discusses why fleets should be investing in technology.