With the Budget imminent, six action points would create certainty, boost ULEV uptake and allow fleets and drivers to plan with confidence
Cap HPI is calling for a company car tax re-think in the upcoming budget.
The Committee on Climate Change is calling on the Government to bring forward the 2% tax rate for pure electric company cars.
If the Government is to stand a chance of achieving its Road to Zero pledge, it must bring forward planned reductions in company car tax rates.
Fleets have just a few weeks left before they will find out how the Government intends to mitigate the impact of WLTP on future company car tax rates.
Fleets are finding it hard to convince drivers of the benefits of taking a company car due to delays in orders and legislative uncertainty. And that the perk car is most ‘at risk’ said managers at the September 2018 Fleet200 Executive Club meeting.
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Emissions data deadline has done little to boost fleet confidence
A lack of clarity over future company car tax rates, thanks to the introduction of WLTP, is leading to a rise in daily rental bookings, says Epyx.
Employers not offering a company car as part of a recruitment package could be losing out on key talent, according to research from OSV.
BVRLA chief executive Gerry Keaney calls on Government to “get its act together” and address “obvious failures” in short-term tax policies for electric cars.
Government performs U-turn on tax changes that would have seen drivers of unmarked emergency vehicles charged company car tax for journeys made while ‘on-call’.
Leasing companies predict more drivers will look for personal leasing deals to avoid rising benefit-in-kind tax.
Organisations wanting to add electric vehicles to their fleets have traditionally faced many barriers, but these are being solved. Andrew Ryan reports
Just 2% of UK businesses would consider giving up their company cars, according to new research from Arval.
Stephen Briers questions whether Treasury will listen to fleet's concerns as company car drivers face hefty BIK payments
The Government’s ‘misguided’ company car tax policy is depressing sales of electric cars at a time when they should be starting to increase, says Fleet Evolution.
There were 940,000 employees paying benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax on a company car in 2016/17 – a 2% fall on the 960,000 recorded the previous financial year.
Average figure paid per employee increases by 27% year-on-year, says HMRC.
Vehicles ‘disappearing’ off price lists while they get re-tested and fleets complain that future tax implications are unclear.
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