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Fleet News readers: Your industry needs you!

FLEET News readers: Your industry needs you!

  • Online voting is now live
  • Fleet managers choose car/fleet manufacturer of the year

    Go to: www.fleetnewsawards.com. IF you are a fleet manager, you can now vote for who you believe is the top fleet manufacturer, and what is the best company car.

    It’s very quick to do. Just log on to www.fleetnewsawards.com, verify who you are by inputting your surname and postcode (it’s set up like this to ensure only fleet managers’ votes are registered) and access the voting area.

    Last year, the fleet manufacturer category was a closely-fought battle between Volkswagen, Vauxhall and Ford as thousands of fleet managers cast their votes, with Volkswagen triumphing for the fourth time in five years.

    Volkswagen completed the double with the Passat winning Company Car of the Year.

    The winners will be announced at the Fleet News Awards, held at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London, on March 14.

  • You can watch the judging panel deliberating on the other Fleet News Awards categories via the magic of the internet.

    Locked in the boardroom at Fleet News, experts from all over the industry will meet to choose winners in a number of supplier and manufacturer categories.

    You can be ‘Big Fleet Brother’ by looking at the webcam pictures of proceedings live today.

    The sound has been turned off to ensure the winners are kept secret. All discussions and decisions are independently audited by Deloitte.

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