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The UK vehicle leasing company is working to support a number of key businesses, including some of the UK’s largest pharmaceutical and medical supply companies.
FleetCheck and Driving for Better Business have released a new series of video guides called the COVID-19 Transport Toolkit.
Arval is warning plug-in they may need to unplug their electric cars and vans during the coronavirus lockdown to reduce the risk of battery damage.
Fleet operators can avoid a large number of breakdowns after the coronavirus lockdown is lifted by advising drivers of some basic car care tips.
Fleets and company car, van and truck drivers are being offered remote training to help maintain safety and compliance during the coronavirus pandemic.
HMRC says it will publish official company car tax guidance to reflect clarification given to Fleet News in light of the coronavirus lockdown.
Vehicle rental companies say they have made multiple changes to business operations to help fleets during the crisis and keep customers safe.
Licence Check is offering advice to fleet decision-makers regarding licence checking services whilst the coronavirus outbreak forces many businesses into lockdown and remote-working.
Tax experts at MHA MacIntyre Hudson have welcomed HMRC’s clarification on benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax rules as fleets come to terms with life under lockdown.
Attila Dobos, operations director at LeasePlan UK, shares seven steps on how to disinfect your vehicle and stay protected against coronavirus (COVID-19).
With the introduction of a six-month MOT exemption on MOTs, drivers will have to take greater responsibility for their own road safety, says TyreSafe.
Calls are being made for HMRC to examine the impact of the coronavirus lockdown on benefit-in-kind (BIK) taxation for company drivers.
Fleet Logistics UK (FLUK) has identified issues for businesses to consider and act upon, with many in lockdown or operating at reduced capacity.
The process for updating new endorsements and points on a licence also remains unaffected, says the DVLA.
Industry is working with fleet decision-makers to extend contracts, where necessary, and mitigate potential charges incurred during the COVID-19 pandemic.
By David Brennan, CEO of Nexus Vehicle Rental
Europcar Mobility Group has launched the ‘Together’ programme to support the mobility of workers in emergency service sectors during the COVID-19 crisis.
Pod Point is to continue installing electric vehicle chargepoints for key workers and their employers despite pausing other activities due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Company car and van drivers are being urged to step up maintenance checks as the fleet industry adapts to life under lockdown.
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