Fleet News picks through some of the headlines from a year in fleet
LeasePlan UK has analysed the twin impacts of the pre-election budget and the post-election emergency budget in a new guide on company car taxation.
Fleet decision-makers’ trade body ACFO has voiced its disappointment about changes to company car tax announced in the Budget.
Company car drivers will face a three percentage point year-on-year hike in their company car tax from 2019/20.
The RAC believes a return to automatic fuel duty increases will be detrimental to the economy and would like to see Chancellor George Osborne freeze it until at least September 2016 in today’s Budget.
FairFuelUK has sent a pre-Budget thank you letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer and asked for more action on fuel duty.
The chancellor, George Osborne, will set out his tax and spending plans in the Budget at 12.30pm today (Wednesday).
The UK’s Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association (UKLPG) is urging the Government to seize its last opportunity before the General Election to recognise the air quality benefits of LP Autogas and deliver parity for the fuel in this week’s Budget.
AA research reveals that the UK continues to levy the highest level of road fuel tax in the EU – despite four years of fuel duty freeze.
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