Pandemic may have delayed the introduction of a ‘red zone’ in city centre, but it will happen
Electrifying fleets remains a priority among fleet decision-makers as the new benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax rates and an increasing focus on environmental issues continues to influence company policies.
Changes to travel behaviour brought on by the coronavirus pandemic have created a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Government to reshape how transport is delivered and used.
As the uptake of electric company cars increases, it will become more important for organisations to introduce charge points at workplaces.
British Gas steps up its preparations in anticipation of achieving ‘all-electric by 2030’ goal
New product and restructured fleet team will help to build momentum says head of fleet sales Tom Brennan
Pioneering two-year ULEV Experience project has helped companies to understand, trial and implement electric vehicles
The 0% benefit-in-kind tax rate for battery electric vehicles makes the staff benefit a valuable tool, say experts
Organisations can use their company car choice lists as a tool to increase uptake of electric vehicles
The electric vehicle revolution is firmly underway. New car registrations are rising just as quickly as sales of petrol- and diesel-powered vehicles are falling.
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