New company car tax rates will cost the Government £100m in lost revenue over the next two years, while drivers will face higher costs from new CO2 rating.
The new combined organisation aims to give fleet decision-makers ‘increased voice through combined strength’.
In what was a Budget that will impact fleet operations for years to come, the fleet industry has broadly welcomed the measures outlined by the Chancellor.
Liz Hollands had a hasty introduction to fleet management.
Trade bodies call for support measures to help achieve the 2035 zero emissions goal.
Politicians have been accused of 'not living in the real world' after the Government announced it was bringing forward the ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans to 2035.
It's been a year of change at the top, with new appointments to fleet director roles at several of the UK's leading manufacturers.
Fleet decision-makers are split over when the sale of new diesel and petrol cars and vans should be phased out, or whether it should happen at all.
By Caroline Sandall, chairman, ACFO
The new Tomorrow's Fleet Zone will allow visitors to experience the future of fleet management first-hand
Fleets are being urged to put a disaster recovery plan in place in order to prepare for every eventuality ahead of October 31.
A third of grey fleet drivers say their cars are not insured for business
ACFO has joined forces with Fleet Live 2019 as a platinum partner and will promote the event to its membership to engage on the biggest topics affecting the industry.
Caroline Sandall has been appointed as the new chairman of fleet operators association ACFO, replacing John Pryor who has stepped down from the role.
Trade organisations have criticised aspects of the Government’s new benefit-in-kind tax regime, with ACFO describing it as “a token gesture” for the vast majority of company car drivers.
ACFO has formally joined the Fleet and Mobility Management Federation Europe (FMFE), meaning fleets can benefit from an EU advice network.
Two members of fleet representative body ACFO are seeking first-time election to the organisation’s board at the 2019 AGM.
Licence Check is backing a call by fleet body ACFO for enhanced grey fleet management services due to a rising number of grey fleet drivers.
The rising trend of employees opting for cash in lieu of a company car, due to a perceived rising tax burden, makes grey fleet management ever-more critical, according to ACFO.
Long-serving ACFO director and chairman, John Pryor, will officially stand down from the ACFO board at the 2019 AGM, which will be held on June 12.
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