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HMRC has issued official guidance to fleets on how to treat benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax and expenses during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A Fleet News webinar with Driving for Better Business and FleetCheck, looked at the impact of Covid-19 on fleets. Here are answers to some of their questions.
Fleet Logistics believes now is the perfect time to train drivers that are experiencing downtime or have been furloughed as a result of Covid-19.
Kwik Fit also reports that the number of fleet vehicles, such as company cars, requiring new batteries rose by around 10% compared to the same period last year.
FleetCheck says there is a “strong argument” for fleets to continue car and van MOT tests to ensure safety.
Arc is fully operational again after having to restrict what is was offering customers during the first few weeks of the coronavirus lockdown.
Firms that recruit many more drivers are being urged to be mindful of not cutting corners.
Fleets urged to be more cautious of vehicle roadworthiness as the coronavirus lockdown means some key maintenance and inspections will be deferred.
The Government has changed the guidance it issues to employers on salary sacrifice arrangements to allow for the impact of COVID-19.
DriverMetrics has released a guide for fleet managers which addresses the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on driver stress.
The targeted temporary measures being implemented, first proposed a few days ago, include a three-month payment freeze for motor finance.
Fleet management and compliance company TTC Group has donated its spare unused computer capacity to assist vaccine researchers in the fight against Covid-19.
Fleet decision-makers are being urged to use temporary changes in legislation wisely.
The Covid-19 Small Business Support Team aims to provide guidance on how to access the funding available from the Government.
Thousands of fleet customers have received payment holidays due to coronavirus as FCA guidance for the consumer vehicle finance market welcomed.
The GeniePoint Network will be free to use for all key workers during the COVID-19 crisis, Engie has announced.
Fleet operators and business owners should not face prosecution for failing to respond to speeding tickets and other fixed penalty notices (FPNs) during the Coronavirus lockdown.
There are three powerful reasons why the electric vehicle market will be supercharged by this dreadful virus and lockdown when it’s over.
Public Health England says it recognised that staff may not always be able to stay two metres away from each other.
Fleet News will host a webinar on April 16 at 2pm with Driving for Better Business and FleetCheck looking at how to manage your fleets during COVID-19.
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