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Jaguar, Fiat and Land Rover say 'yes' to Fleet News Drive

Jaguar, Fiat and Land Rover will be attending the two Fleet News ride and drive events taking place at Brands Hatch (April 9-10) and Oulton Park (April 30/May 1).

Fleet News Drive will give fleet decision makers the unparelled opportunity to assess the latest offerings from these three manufacturers.

Jaguar, Fiat and Land Rover's decision brings the total number of manufacturers attending each event to 10, with them joining Citroen, Ford, Honda, Mazda, Subaru, Toyota and Volvo.


Get top advice from the specialists

FLEET decision-makers have the opportunity to seek expert advice from specialists on key fleet issues at the Fleet News Drive events.

In conjunction with major consulting group Andersen, delegates at the Drive event will be able to attend a series of seminars and presentations on an informal basis. With the two events taking place less than a month after the start of the new company car tax system, access to accountancy experts will give visitors the opportunity to discuss ways of dealing with drivers whose tax bills have risen 'unexpectedly'.

Delegates will also have the chance to question specialists on the technicalities of personal motoring plans (PCPs), structured employee car ownership schemes, and the financial advantages, disadvantages and alternatives to offering free fuel for private mileage.

For more details on the ride and drive events click For further details of the events click here.

To register online for a ticket to Fleet News Drive click here.

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