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Despite most economists producing a dire prognosis for the year ahead, the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association has engaged in some positive thinking by producing a ‘Fleet Optimists’ guide to 2012.
Peter Ashdown-Barr, chief executive, InterResolve, on the reduction of referral fees.
Rob Riddleston, head of transport and logistics, Barclays Corporate, on the impact of proposed changes to accounting rules.
Linden Holliday, CEO of MyDrive Solutions, explains that early adopters of this new technology need to be fully aware of the range and limitations of those products that are first to market.
According to Navman Wireless, Businesses should look to identify and rectify inefficiencies that exist regardless of fluctuations in fuel prices.
A good valeting service should be viewed as an investment, but generally it is only viewed as a cost. Grahame Rummery, CEO of Autoclenz, wishes he could change that perception.
Research undertaken by the Department of Transport into unlicensed driving has found that the time spent by unlicensed drivers on the road is a significant menace to road users.
Ali Al-Saffar, chief automotive analyst, Economist Intelligence Unit, on vehicle sales.
Richard Kinder,vice-president technology and new business, Red Bend, on technology.
Roger Hancock, managing director, Thrifty Car and Van Rental, on rentals.
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