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Fleet managers welcome new driving qualification

Fleet managers welcome new driving qualification

Fleet managers have welcomed a new initiative which aims to help employees who drive on business as part of their day job stay safer behind the wheel. The British Safety Council recently launched a new qualification designed to help work-related drivers stay safe on the roads. The Level 2 Award...

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Surge in sales of plug-in vehicles

Surge in sales of plug-in vehicles

Sales of electric vehicles are set to rise. The surge in sales is attributed to the continuing expansion of the network of charging points, the availability of more vehicle models on the market and attractive government subsidies which make low emission vehicles more affordable for both the general  public and...

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Employees consider company car an 'important' benefit

Employees consider company car an 'important' benefit

Should I stay or should I go? Moving jobs is one of life’s most pressing decisions. Is the commute to work gruelling? What’s the holiday entitlement? And the pension provision? Will I have to move house? Well, there’s now another consideration to take into account when making that crucial decision:...

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Vehicle taxation shake-up could boost air quality

Vehicle taxation shake-up could boost air quality

The Government should change the structure of vehicle taxation to speed up improvements in air quality. That’s what London Mayor Boris Johnson and Transport forLondon(TfL) are calling on the government to consider. They want to see a radical shake-up of the taxation system, including company car benefit-in-kind tax, capital allowances...

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Surge in crash for cash claims

Surge in crash for cash claims

Fleet managers are being advised to introduce measures designed to cut down on ‘crash for cash’ opportunists who are targeting commercial vehicle drivers. Crash for cash incidents have risen by 50% over the past year according to the Freight Transport Association (FTA) which is warning at-work drivers to watch out...

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Foreign drivers escape £2m worth of speeding fines

Foreign drivers escape £2m worth of speeding fines

Over two million pounds worth of speeding tickets incurred by foreign drivers since January last year have effectively been written off, according to figures revealed under the Freedom of Information Act. Altogether, 23,295 speeding offences committed by foreign drivers have been cancelled, the equivalent of £2.3 million worth of speeding...

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