The Government has changed the guidance it issues to employers on salary sacrifice arrangements to allow for the impact of COVID-19.
Around one in ten UK consumers intend to make their next car purchase an electric vehicle (EV), according to Deloitte’s latest Global Automotive Consumer Survey.
Fleets which switch a 900-strong petrol or diesel car fleet to fully electric could save more than £1.9 million annually, says Deloitte.
The company car sector is expected to undergo massive changes over the next five years. Industry experts reveal all ...
The research suggests delivering this infrastructure will cost some £1.6 billion between 2020 and 2030.
Organisations should not rush into offering drivers cash allowances without considering the benefits of a company car, warned Mike Moore, director of Deloitte.
Employees in increasing numbers are opting to take cash in lieu of a company car amid year-on-year rises in company car tax, risking the Government’s green agenda.
Tricia Hayes from the Department for Transport (DfT) will be among the speakers at Deloitte’s Women at the Wheel event on Thursday (March 7).
Fleet News has revealed dates for Fleet200 Executive Club events throughout 2019, plus the agenda for its upcoming meeting on March 26.
By Dan Rees, associate director, head of cars and fleet consulting at Deloitte
Deloitte's research also shows global EV adoption rates increasing, from two million units in 2018, to four million in 2020 and 12 million in 2025, before rising to 21 million in 2030.
Employers need to be wary of falling into potential tax traps under controversial changes affecting company car schemes in the next few years, a tax expert has warned.
Questions are raised over the boost in private car registrations against a challenging economic outlook as fleet sales remain steady.
ACFO survey suggests real world take-up of salary sacrifice car schemes is lower than providers claim.
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