Mike Belcher, head of sales at Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions explains how to make salary sacrifice work for both the company and the employee
Despite the recession, funding is easier and cheaper to acquire now than in 2009, but fleets are still facing a number of issues.
A cash allowance scheme will almost invariably be ‘wrong’ and frequently too high. The cost to an employer can be much higher than the cost of providing a company car.
New buying solution offers huge discounts on vehicle prices, but there are compromises. We look at the pros and cons
Public sector fleet operators can turn to framework agreements - essentially pre-tendered contracts, set up by professional buying organisations - to bypass the full tender process.
Funding is one of a company's biggest fleet decisions, but many fall into the trap of not doing enough analysis or sticking with outdated methods. We outline the steops companies should take.
The EV20 Plugged-In Fleets report aims to guide a fleet decision maker through fleet specific considerations to successfully purchase or lease electric fleet vehicles.
It would be fair to describe plug-in vehicles as expensive in terms of purchase price.
Cash allowance is in decline as staff and business favour the company car option.
Mike Moylan, managing director of CC Leasing explores the different methods of company car leasing available.
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