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Take quick-fire fleet survey on 2021 challenges

Fleet News is asking fleet decision-makers for their views on some of the potential issues facing them in 2021

The quick-fire multiple-choice survey will take no longer than 3 minutes to complete and will give Fleet News a valuable snapshot of the industry’s mood ahead of the next year.

The problems of the previous year, caused by the coronavirus pandemic, will remain an issue for many at the start of this new year.

But fleets are also facing a myriad of other challenges in 2021, with cost control, electrification and driver safety chief among them.

At the end of last year, a Fleet News survey completed by more than 600 fleet decision-makers showed widespread dissatisfaction at the Government’s planned ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans from 2030.

It showed that fewer than a third (29%) agreed with the implementation date for cars.

One-in-five fleets (21%) would have preferred the ban for cars to be introduced from 2035, with a similar number (22%) suggesting a start date of 2040 – the original date chosen by the Government.

Help Fleet News continue to focus on the issues affecting you fleet in 2021 by taking the quick-fire survey.

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