We have been delighted with the response received so far, but we need the broadest sample possible in order to present the most accurate picture of what is going to happen when the BIK changes come in next year.
The survey is part of a major national joint survey by Fleet News and Ford, the results of which will be revealed at this year's Fleet News Congress, on Wednesday, November 7 at the Inter-Continental Hotel, Hyde Park Corner, London.
More than 120 fleet decision-makers and thousands of drivers have already answered an online survey as part of the largest research project undertaken into the new 2002 benefit-in-kind tax.
Everyone who takes part will be entered in a draw to win:
- A pair of tickets for the UK sporting event of their choice.
- Two places at the Congress together worth £450
- Ten subscriptions to Emap Magazines
To have your say and register for the prize draw, just click here.
The Congress line-up includes Janet Entwistle, general manager of BT Fleet, Britain's biggest fleet operation and this year's Fleet News UK Fleet of the Year, alongside Ramesh Notra and Jeff Knight of CAP Network, who will discuss the impact of the carbon dioxide emissions-based tax system on wholelife costs and residual values.
Stewart Whyte, managing director of Fleet Audits, will advise on the impact of 'free' fuel tax changes and the pros and cons of using the Inland Revenue Authorised Mileage Rates. Michael Goodwin, a senior civil servant in the Department of Transport, Local Government and the Regions, will focus on congestion charging and its impact on rental and leasing.
Liberal Democrat peer and member of the Government-backed Motorists' Forum Baroness Ros Scott will be also address the conference, along with Professor Garel Rhys, head of economics at Cardiff University Business School and director of the Centre for Automotive Industry Research.