The company car sector looks set to grow again. Andrew Ryan looks at the reasons for this and how fleet decision-makers can help ensure its future success
Benchmarking survey allows policymakers to gauge how their peers are managing their fleets
More than half (60%) of employees are more likely to choose an alternative fuel vehicle, rather than a traditional petrol or diesel, for their next company car.
By Clive Buhagiar, head of operational services at Alphabet (GB)
Fleet Assist has expanded with its brand new Huntingdon-based office.
Company cars are still the preferred method of travel by the majority of companies that operate fleets, according to Arval.
By John Pryor, ACFO chairman
Employers not offering a company car as part of a recruitment package could be losing out on key talent, according to research from OSV.
Just 2% of UK businesses would consider giving up their company cars, according to new research from Arval.
By Paul Hollick, chairman, ICFM
The company car is losing its status as the default means of transport for employees while MaaS gathers momentum. Jonathan Manning reports
Drivers looking to take their company cars into Europe this year may not be aware of the current European motoring laws, warns Venson Automotive Solutions.
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