Employer-provided petrol and diesel for private use may appear a flaw-free benefit to drivers, but it can be costly to both parties, finds John Charles
VAT reclaim initiative brings big savings for NHS Blood and Transport, says Larry Bannon.
Why using a light commercial vehicle to tow could mean you are breaking the law.
Rule changes outlaw private clampers, but it's not all good news.
New laws cut towing weight for new drivers. Towing regulations require careful adherence – and they are changing again in January next year.
HMRC clampdown on BIK tax paid by van drivers means more work for fleets.
It is not enough to simply record mileages – companies need to audit mileage claims to ensure records are accurate.
It has been since April 2002 that the company car tax has been based on a car's list price and CO2 emission figure.
How many fleets know about the tachograph legislation and how many could get caught out?
Fleet operators should now be used to CO2 emissions forming the basis of company car tax in the UK.
By Jeff Whitcombe, tax specialist and director of business car consultancy BCF Wessex
Patrick McGillycuddy, head of fleet at Škoda UK, explains why he won't miss the tax disc.
Alastair Kendrick, of MHA MacIntyre Hudson, puts forward the case for BIK reform.
Alastair Kendrick, from MHA Macintyre Hudson, looks at the tax implications of car sharing.
Mike Belcher, head of sales, Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions, on why planning a fleet strategy is now harder than ever before.
Michael Pace, partner and head of motor law and PI team, Andrew & CO LLP, on the confusion over driving licences.
Mike Moore, director in Deloitte's automotive team, on what to do following Total People's success in the Court of Appeal.
James Reardon, tax manager, KPMG Carwise team, on Total People's successful tax appeal and what it may mean for fleets.
Jane Brothwood, HMRC head of communications, RTI, on the new way to report PAYE in real time.
Gary Killeen, fleet services commercial leader, GE Capital UK, on why a radical change could potentially create confusion for the industry.