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Ever get the feeling we don’t want you to get Fleet News? Your industry rivals would like us to make it even harder.

IT’S not easy to qualify for a free subscription to Fleet News. Our terms of control are really rather strict. In fact, more people fail than pass.

We don’t do this to annoy or discourage you; we do it to be able to tell our advertisers that they are reaching the best-quality audience possible.

But the Fleet News audience extends way beyond those prescribed by our circulation terms. Fleet News is the industry’s only weekly news-paper and has an unrivalled reputation for providing the best news, information, analysis and features for and about the entire fleet industry.

Leasing and rental companies, finance providers and advisers, risk managers, safety consultants, environmental advisers and car manufacturers will all tell you that Fleet News is their number one source of fleet industry intelligence.

So when we tell you that you don’t meet the criteria for a free subscription and you get downhearted or offended, your rivals are delighted. Unless you, like many of them, buy a subscription to Fleet News, you will miss out on the business intelligence that gives them the edge.

You can buy a full year’s subscription to Fleet News for as little as £79*. This will get you the market-leading newspaper every week, all the glossy magazine-style specialist supplements, Fleet Van magazine every two months and guaranteed access to planned subscriber-only areas of the website.

  • For more information about buying a subscription, call Caroline Spurgeon on 01733 468659 or email caroline.spurgeon@emap.com.

    * Special discount price for subscribers paying by credit card. Normal price £99.

    ‘A paid-for subscription could be the best investment you’ll make all year’

    COMPANIES and individuals buying a subscription to Fleet News probably see a return on their investment many times over, according to subscriptions executive Caroline Spurgeon (pictured).

    ‘I speak to many of our customers every day and it’s my job to explain why it makes sense to buy a subscription if you don’t qualify for a free one.

    ‘Once they understand how it works and see the excellent value for money, many sign up and then renew every year,’ says Caroline. ‘Most of them are able to treat the small cost as a business expense and see an excellent return. When they appreciate all the information they are buying, they never look back.’

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