However, year-to date figures from the SMMT show that fleet and business registrations are still 6.4% down on last year.
Goal is for the company to be carbon-neutral by 2030, says head of UK Mobility Services, Wayne Warburton
Fleet and business new car registrations were down by more than a third in February as lockdown continues to depress demand, figures from the SMMT suggest.
A freeze in fuel duty for fleets, but no mention of company car tax - the fleet industry reacts to Budget 2021.
Lloyds Banking Motor Finance and Leasing has made two new senior appointments, SOGO appoints its first head of remarketing and Fleet Operations welcomes a new business development manager.
Ashley Barnett, head of consultancy at Lex Autolease, looks at why Covid-19 provides fleets with the perfect opportunity to become greener.
Fears of a ‘price correction’ for used electric vehicles (EVs) have been played down by pricing experts.
Masternaut has struck a deal with Lex Autolease to provide its connected vehicle technology across its fleet.
Fleet and business new car registrations fall by 32%, with 400,000 fewer company cars registered, but fleets behind massive increase in EV new car sales.
Briggs & Forrester is reducing its environmental impact by only offering electric vehicles (EVs) or hybrids to its employees.
Fleets are ordering electric vehicles in increasing numbers, but the latest company car registration figures show a dramatic decline in the overall market.
UK vehicle leasing companies say that lessons learned during the first lockdown mean processes are in place to ensure fleet services continue.
There were some 2,500 fewer new cars registered to fleets in October, leaving registrations a third down on where they were this time last year.
Richard Jones, managing director of Lex Autolease and Black Horse, says parts of the country are poorly served, limiting the wider adoption of EVs.
The country’s biggest leasing company, funding some 350,000-plus cars and vans, has seen its pre-tax profits plummet, according to its annual accounts.
Popularity of leasing is growing with more than three-quarters of company cars now financed this way
There were 166,678 new company cars registered with fleets and business in September, according to new figures published by the SMMT.
Fleets are adopting electric vehicles (EVs) in record numbers as greater choice and zero benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax boost their appeal to company car drivers.
Unprecedented downturn is prompting many companies to rethink their fleet strategies.
Crossleys Accident Repair has paid tribute to the support received from Lex Autolease during the coronavirus crisis.
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