May 2013

Fleet Managers : How will the drop in business mileage rates affect company cars?

May 30, 2013

      Company cars – mileage rates The HMRC has released the company cars advisory fuel rates from 1 June 2013. How does this affect company cars and business mileage rates? Will the rate per mile figures change if fuel prices go up or down? Since March 2011 the rates have been reviewed four [...]

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The Skoda Superb – A good choice for company car fleets?

May 23, 2013

    Choosing a car for a company fleet   When choosing a car for a company fleet, what factors do you take into account? A round-up of reviews for the Skoda Superb seems to indicate that this is a car that will tick most boxes for Fleet Managers looking to add a car to their company car approved list. Economy for [...]

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How do Fleet Managers and Decision Makers create a Fleet Strategy?

May 13, 2013

   Creating a Fleet Strategy   (first in a series of fleet strategy articles) How do fleet managers and those responsible for company cars go about creating a fleet strategy? There are many factors to be taken into consideration, and here, in the first of a series, Run Your Fleet lists the principles and items that Fleet [...]

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2013′s new electric cars – a review by video

May 7, 2013

The best electric cars   Techfeed’s youtube review of 2013′s new electric cars. What are the best buys – electric cars The folks over at Which offer information on the electric cars available “In our electric vs eco cars comparison, we’ve taken a First Look at three of the first electric cars to hit the mainstream [...]

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Hi-tech cars – Ford considers itself a “software company”

May 3, 2013

    Car manufacturers evolving   When is a car company not a car company? When it is evolving into a software company. We were very interested to read this article from ZDNet - Cars become ‘datacenters on wheels’, car makers become software companies Ford Motor Company, for one, no longer considers itself an automobile manufacturer. Ford is [...]

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