Highways England has published an Innovation strategy which sets out for the first time its plan to ensure it is keeping pace with advances in technology.
Fleets will be forced to order company cars without knowing how much tax they will pay after the Chancellor failed to reveal BIK tax rates for 2020/21.
A £50 million pothole fund announced in the budget ‘will fail’ to halt the decline of the local road network in England and Wales, new research suggests.
The UK fleet industry has greeted yesterday's Budget by chancellor George Osborne with caution.
The fleet industry has welcomed the continuing freeze in fuel duty after the Chancellor George Osborne cancelled the inflationary rise due next month.
New figures from the BVRLA confirm the sector’s position as the UK’s leading adopter of cleaner and more fuel-efficient vehicles.
George Osborne will use tomorrow’s Budget to give the green light to Crossrail 2 and HS3 amid major new investment in transport.
Four out of five motorists believe the tax burden on fuel is already too high even before the Chancellor decides whether or not to increase fuel duty.
The impending sale of the M6 toll road and rise in ULEVs has reignited the debate over alternative taxation models and pay-as-you go road pricing.
The average price of diesel at the pumps remained largely static in February, rising from 101.11p to 101.18p, despite a 2.5p rise in its wholesale price.
Company car drivers may be waking up to an unexpected tax bill in the next few weeks when they receive their first payslip of the new financial year.
With just over a month to go until the Chancellor of the Exchequer delivers the 2016 Budget, the BVRLA has called on HM Treasury to treat company car drivers more fairly.
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