Employers are being urged by Red Driver Risk Management to consider six key questions before asking employees to resume driving for work.
Less than one-quarter of employees are looking forward to returning to their workplaces as the Covis-19 lockdown eases, research by Venson Automotive Solutions 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.
Kwik Fit research suggests that cars that have not been retested are 3.4 months overdue on average, while IMI warns of test centre risk.
Post pandemic travel patterns will be a key consideration for fleet decision-makers when predicting future mileage for new company car leases, says FleetCheck.
The past 12 months following the first ‘stay at home’ Covid-19 instruction have thrown up countless challenges for fleet decision-makers.
The RAC is warning that the coming weeks will be critical when it comes to working out where diesel and petrol prices might be heading during the rest of 2021.
Aston Barclay has announced plans to welcome physical buyers back to its auction halls from April 12, while following Government Covid-19 measures.
Drivers are planning 5.6m trips by car to see friends and family this Easter, the lowest number since the RAC began tracking motorists plans in 2014, it says.
Businesses are fundamentally changing the way they fund their vehicles due to the impact of Covid-19 and fleet electrification, says ARI.
The likeliness of a car needing a new battery due to failure has increased by a third, according to TrakM8.
Bath has launched the first charging clean air zone (CAZ) outside London today.
Covid-19 will have a lasting impact on fleet policies, procedures and practices, creating a different environment for fleet compliance, says Licence Bureau.
The number of transport and logistics workers joining the furlough scheme jumped by 18%, or 28,200 employees, between December and January.
People will continue to avoid public and shared transport, potentially increasing grey fleet use and impacting the wider mobility market, new research suggests.
Fleet and business new car registrations were down by more than a third in February as lockdown continues to depress demand, figures from the SMMT suggest.
On average, fleet managers lost four working weeks (20 days) because of the coronavirus pandemic, new research from Verizon Connect, has found.
Government financial support remains vital to the survival of many firms in vehicle rental sector after Covid-19 “destroyed” the leisure market, says BVRLA.
Car fleet management is developing into three equal pillars – conventional fleet, grey fleet and salary sacrifice – says FleetCheck.
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