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With just over a month to go until the Chancellor of the Exchequer delivers the 2016 Budget, the BVRLA has called on HM Treasury to treat company car drivers more fairly.
Our 2008 heads back to Peugeot with a tinge of sadness.
Our three-month loan of the 3 Series comes to an end this month.
TW Services is using a new online portal from Michelin to access tyre promotions and reduce costs.
The new Sportage brings greater comfort, a more upmarket interior and a broader choice of engines.
New addition to a range that delivers lower emissions and increased mpg
FuelGenie is offering tips to help businesses avoid being fined up to £3,000 per annum per employee for an incorrect tax return due to inadequate mileage records.
Food and drink specialist Culina Group has been presented with the Freight Transport Association Tachofta Compliance Award.
West Midlands Ambulance Service has replaced three of its current vehicles with a new 7.5-tonne Isuzu, which will act as a bespoke incident command vehicle.
An alcohol testing expert has called for the Government to reconsider a reduction in English and Welsh drink drive limits in line with Scotland, particularly for commercial drivers.
Motiva Group has delivered two new DAF trucks with telematics to Pure CF for contract furniture delivery.
Gnewt Cargo director Sam Clarke predicts significant growth for his all-electric logistics business
Skoda’s true fleet sales grew 24% year-on-year, nearly double that of the true fleet sector, which was up 13% in 2015, according to the latest SMMT figures.
A fresh round of cuts in supplies of fast-churn fleet vehicles has been ordered by Peugeot Citroën as part of a drive to improve efficiency across its subsidiaries.
A multi-million pound fund to drive the uptake of plug-in vehicles across eight UK cities could have a “momentus impact on business travel”.
Zipcar and Hyundai have agreed a deal to introduce 100 i30 models to the company's London car sharing fleet.
There is one month to go until the 2016 Fleet News Awards, recognised as the most influential and important awards in the fleet industry.
Under operations director Mark Newnes and sales director Colin Melvin, Fraikin is planning to push the services company’s ‘one-stop shop’ in Britain
Keeping software up to date can have a multitude of benefits, whether a fleet is introducing a system for the first time or upgrading an existing package, reports Catherine Chetwynd
Building on its recent success and with a host of models due for launch, Kia wants to grow sales by 25% within five years. MD Paul Philpott tells Andrew Ryan why this is no pipedream
12/02/2016, £40K plus company car
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