The Government has announced a 1p per litre cut in fuel duty effective from 6pm on March 23.
The Institute of Advanced Motorists comments on the latest budget.
The crippling cost of fuel is taking its toll on businesses and households up and down the country.
And, with the Government taking more than 60% in duty – 80pence – for every litre of diesel sold, frustration is turning to anger.
62% of British drivers believe that the austerity measures will not affect the way they use their car, research last month by Manheim Auctions has revealed.
The 2011 Budget will take place on Wednesday March 23, 2011.
Transport Secretary Philip Hammond announces the go-ahead for a further 16 road and public transport schemes.
Commenting on the Government’s Spending Review, Rob Ingram director of business rental at Enterprise-Rent-A-Car.
Stuart Walker, brand director of Automotive Leasing speaks to Fleet News on the latest Spending Review.
Gary Killeen at GE Capital comments on the comprehensive Spending Review.
The director at ACFO speaks about the recent Government Spending Review.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders speak on the latest Spending Review.
Ian Simpson, head of transport, at Deloitte comments on the latest spending review.
Brake the road safety charity has welcomed falls in the number of casualties on roads, announced by the Department for Transport (DfT)
The reduction in the number of people killed and seriously injured on our roads must not be compromised by anticipated cuts in government spending, said the IAM
Mycompanyfleet says emergency budget increases fleet cost pressure
Comment on the emergency budget by Paul Jackson, MD of mileage audit company TMC
The IAM is urging the government to maintain spending on road safety following its first Budget.
Emergency Budget, By Mark Sinclair, Director, Alphabet
ACFO chairman Julie Jenner comments on the June 2010 Emergency Budget Statement from the coalition Government
In the budget it was announced that transport funding is likely to be cut by more than 25% by 2014, causing concern for the future of life-saving road safety measures.
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