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End of contract charges to be debated at Company Car in Action

End of contract charges will be one of four topics debated at this year’s Company Car In Action (CCIA), which takes place at Millbrook Proving Ground on June 16 and 17.

The first debate will focus on running a low emissions fleet, offering practical steps to help fleet managers get their fleets’ CO2 emissions down, as well as demonstrate the real opportunities to reduce fleet running costs and tax paid.

At the second debate, ‘Running a safer fleet’, attendees will hear presentations from duty of care specialists. This will be followed by a panel discussion with other specialists who have had to put in place duty of care policies.

Fleet managers in the public sector will benefit from the third debate on how to run an efficient fleet in the sector.  The debate will cover the very latest in fleet management, innovation in key areas such as fuel use and emissions reduction, grey fleet management and reduction, improvements in driver behaviour, vehicle efficiency and security and minimising vehicle down-time.

Lastly there is the ‘ACFO debate’, which will see speakers from the BVRLA, the leasing world and the VRA focus on end of contract/life charges. There will also be a fleet operator case study.

Fleet managers that attend CCIA will also be able to test-drive up to 300 models from 25 manufacturer brands on four unique, purpose-built test routes, as well as being able to view informative displays and services in the exhibition hall.

For more information and to book your free place visit www.companycarinaction.com


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