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.
Over the past year, we have seen just how quickly behaviours change, consumers adjust and businesses develop when there are challenges to overcome.
Businesses are fundamentally changing the way they fund their vehicles due to the impact of Covid-19 and fleet electrification, says ARI.
Covid-19 learnings, keeping staff safe and the future for business travel and transport; to also include implications for grey fleet.
The growing issue of grey fleet will be tackled at a new webinar being held by the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP), later this month (March).
ATS Euromaster has urged fleets to ensure vehicles are fully operational before drivers return to work amid lifting of coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
Car fleet management is developing into three equal pillars – conventional fleet, grey fleet and salary sacrifice – says FleetCheck.
The Fleet Industry Advisory Group (FIAG) has released a series of recommendations on how companies should face up to a post pandemic future.
Europcar research suggests that more than half (52%) of fleet have had to pay fees on leased vehicles handed back early.
MOT test centres will remain open during Lockdown 3, but driving tests cancelled.
Autoglass has introduced a new sanitisation service to help fleets protect their drivers and any passengers, by providing a cleaner and safer environment.
The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, delivered a bleak assessment of the UK’s finances, warning the coronavirus crisis would create lasting damage to growth and jobs.
Karl Howkins, managing director of SOGO, explores the need for flexibility and resilience in the fleet industry.
Head of Fleet Assist, Vincent St Claire, says higher bills are more about ‘sample of vehicles having work done’.
UK vehicle leasing companies say that lessons learned during the first lockdown mean processes are in place to ensure fleet services continue.
Thrifty Car & Van Rental is reporting significant demand for FlexiFleet vehicles from fleets wanting to adapt operations to the fast-changing economic climate.
BCA says that it will be business as usual, with sales remaining online and extended opening hours for vehicle collections, during lockdown.
Fleet News has finalised the speaker line up for the next webinar in its coronavirus series looking at the challenges presented by the pandemic.
Classification of journeys causes headache for fleets, because of the rise of homeworking due to coronavirus, says the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP).
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