Real Business hears from a pair of legal experts about what SMEs can do to insure their fleets effectively.
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.
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?
Simon Freer’s cleaning company operates a fleet of five vans transporting cleaning equipment around Surrey. Here, he tells us more about the role they play within the business.
It can be tempting to look solely at the price tag when taking on a new fleet vehicle, but it’s important to weigh up several key factors.
News on self-driving cars alternate between the good, the bad and the catastrophic. It’s hard to make out where we stand between all the hyperbolic media messages.
If you run a fleet and try to find ways to reduce emissions, you can help the environment and make savings at the same time.
Naturally, all fleet vehicles will be insured before they are on the road and will have regular MOTs, but that’s not the be-all and end-all of preparing for accidents.
There are some costs associated with operating a fleet – such as the cost of procuring the vehicle and paying for the fuel to keep it ticking over.
Driving a car is a skill many take for granted, but for a fleet driver it can take its toll regularly driving for hours on end. What driver assistance technology is out there to help keep them safe?
Fleet uses range from the everyday to the unusual, but there may be more than you might think.