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We have the answers to those difficult fleet questions

THE answers to some of the most difficult problems facing fleet decision-makers will be on offer at a major conference taking place in less than three weeks’ time.

The Fleet News Double Jeopardy Conference, which focuses on corporate and financial risk, will be held on Tuesday May 9 at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham. A line-up of 10 expert speakers has been booked for the conference, to be chaired by Robert Gifford, executive director of the Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety.

The financial risk session will range from taxes to fuels, and the corporate risk session focuses on key areas of health and safety affecting fleets.

Topics covered will include the latest changes to tax rules, fuel policies, fleet safety best practice, risk management, the legal issues of allowing drivers to cover business mileage in private cars and the driver’s view on current road safety issues.

All delegates will receive a free CD-Rom containing risk policy and fleet policy templates, provided by fleet managers’ association Acfo.

Further details on the event, sponsored by SEAT and euroShell Card and sub-sponsored by Nobilas Claims and Fleet Solutions, are available from Sandra Evitt on 01733 468307 or email sandra.evitt@emap.com. For sponsorship and exhibition enquiries, contact Emma Cole, on 01733 468345 or email emma.cole@emap.com

  • Visit the event website at www.fnspringconference.com and book online.
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