Almost half of UK employers (46%) who offer alternative mobility solutions do so for all their staff, according to Arval Mobility Observatory’s 2021 Barometer.
Low tax rates on electric vehicles (EVs) has resulted in an increase in employers offering salary sacrifice to non-company car drivers, research has found.
A lack of public charging infrastructure was cited as the biggest barrier to electric vehicle (EV) adoption by the majority (59%) of fleets that are not currently considering implementing EVs.
Almost three in 10 (29%) fleets that operate or are planning to adopt electric vehicles (EVs) within the next three years now offer workplace charging for free.
Ofgem – the Government’s energy regulator – has announced a £300 million funding package for 200-plus net-zero schemes over the next two years.
Fleet decision-makers expect around four in 10 of their cars and vans will be fully electric within the next three years, Arval Mobility Observatory has found.
New business, concerns around public transport and employees before offered a company car for the first time are expected to drive fleet growth this year.
Almost nine out of 10 (89%) of cars leased via Arval UK on salary sacrifice are now an electric vehicle (EV), an increase from just four out of 10 (39%) two years ago.
New research from Arval predicts a huge surge in demand for operating leases over the next three years.
Arval UK has announced a change to its executive management team with the appointment of Lakshmi Moorthy as managing director, replacing Miguel Cabaca.
Arval Group has launched a set of new mobility services, which will initially only be available in some European countries.
Larger organisations are more likely to employ road-risk management measures for their employees while driving at work, research by Arval Mobility Observatory has found.
Changes to travel behaviour brought on by the coronavirus pandemic have created a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Government to reshape how transport is delivered and used.
Fleet managers are having to adapt fast to new demands placed upon them by Covid-19, but new research suggests some familiar challenges remain.
Latest Arval Mobility Observatory (AMO) research identifies the most popular mobility solutions for fleet. Stephen Briers reports
New mobility alternatives are failing to make a significant dent in the appeal of company cars, new research from Arval suggests.
Collision avoidance and emergency braking are the two most desired advanced driver assistance systems by fleet managers, research by Arval has found.
Larger companies are more likely to offer employee car leasing than smaller employers, according to research from Arval.
Diesel has become so inherently unpopular that there will be no large scale resurgence in its popularity despite improved environmental performance, says Arval.
A study from Arval Mobility Observatory’s 2019 Barometer shows that technicians and salespeople top the list of drivers using telematics
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