Post pandemic travel patterns will be a key consideration for fleet decision-makers when predicting future mileage for new company car leases, says FleetCheck.
Covid-19 expected to impact future replacement cycles, reports Gareth Roberts
For some, the figure is as little as £20; for others it can be up to £900, reports Andrew Ryan
Magnor Plant have recorded reduced business mileage claims in excess of 28% over a 12-month period, by using Airmax Remote’s Remote Mileage Manager (RMM).
Almost three-quarters (72%) of business trips were made by car or van in 2019, according to new data in the National Travel Survey.
It is estimated that almost 2.5 million cars in the UK have a recorded mileage discrepancy, according to a study by Rapid Car Check.
The coronavirus pandemic is changing the way people work, with fewer face-to-face meetings and an inevitable decline in company car mileages.
The number of vehicles with a mileage discrepancy has increased by 22% year-on-year, according to Cap HPI.
Technology advances, the rise of lease funding and a legal loophole that allows 'mileage correction' have created the perfect incubator for mileage fraud.
ARI Fleet UK is now offering customers lease vehicles with no mileage limits, or end-of-life damage charges.
Business drivers in the UK are the most likely in Europe to submit mileage claims on the same day, research from SAP Concur has found.
ACFO chairman John Pryor was one of three directors unanimously re-elected to the board of the fleet decision-makers' organisation at the company's AGM.
Business mobility data analyst TMC has published a short guide, explaining when a journey can and can’t be claimed as business mileage.
Taxpayers’ Alliance rails against local authorities that pay their grey fleet drivers over the odds.
Fleet operators are paying less in excess mileage charges on their leased company cars in 2017, although the amount charged for vans has risen.
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