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Action plan for key areas

AN action plan for fleets was laid out during the Fleet News Budget Briefing, showing the key areas fleet managers must concentrate to ensure they adapt smoothly to the new tax changes. Stewart Whyte, managing director of Fleet Audits and director of the Association of Car Fleet Operators, said the first rule of fleet management had to be the capture of CO2 data, the key to ensuring drivers had tax-efficient cars.

Wholelife costs were still a vital factor of the fleet management process, along with fuel costs, while fleets needed to look beyond the next election to set their policy. Health and safety issues must not be ignored, as drivers of all forms of business-related transport were the employer's responsibility.

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