Covid-19 learnings, keeping staff safe and the future for business travel and transport; to also include implications for grey fleet.
Covid-19 will have a lasting impact on fleet policies, procedures and practices, creating a different environment for fleet compliance, says Licence Bureau.
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).
People will continue to avoid public and shared transport, potentially increasing grey fleet use and impacting the wider mobility market, new research suggests.
A growing number of businesses are opting to offer PCH schemes to cash takers alongside the traditional company car, in order to avoid issues with older grey fleet vehicles.
Amey has awarded a three-year contract extension to Applied Driving Techniques (ADT) for the provision of a fleet compliance and risk management service.
Licence Check has launched an online audit module, Driver Audit, in anticipation of an increase in grey fleet drivers due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Grey fleet has been growing, but the low BIK on BEVs may reverse that
More people are wanting to travel on their own in their own vehicle due to Covid-19, leading to an increase in private car usage for business journeys, says Jaama.
Company car drivers wanting to switch to a cash allowance is a temporary response to the Covid-19 situation and not a long-term trend.
By Andy Jackson, head of finance at Imosphere
The latest data from the Department for Transport (DfT) shows car use was at 85% of what would typically be expected on Monday (July 20).
Electrifying fleets remains a priority among fleet decision-makers as the new benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax rates and an increasing focus on environmental issues continues to influence company policies.
Long-term changes to the way people work could result in more employees becoming grey fleet drivers.
The Highland Council has reduced annual business mileage by more than 825,000 miles, since introducing Enterprise Car Club to reduce grey fleet use.
Fleet decision-makers speak of the increasing challenges placed on them by increased focus on the management of the fleet, BIK pressure - and driver rebellion
Companies are generally comfortable with grey fleet as long as they have all the checks in place within a policy that mirrors/is the same as the company car policy.
Increase in grey fleet exposing drivers and employers to greater risk
A third of grey fleet drivers say their cars are not insured for business
One in six at-work drivers says they have been involved in an accident when taking a call from a colleague, new research suggests.
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