Company cars could still be in firing line, says PHH
03/07/1998 in NEWS
However, head of marketing Paul Eyton-Jones says Government comments that getting people to alter their travel habits 'was a question of persuasion and choice rather then compulsion and making people worse off' were encouraging. He added: 'The commitment to reduce congestion and pollution is most likely to be achieved through investment in public transport.
'These issues need to be tackled by investment in cleaner and more economical engines and fuels, better roads and road management and affordable, reliable, acceptable and integrated transport alternatives. At present the company car is the most economical and time saving way in which many employees can conduct their businesses.'