Fuel Duty

Fleet Managers: Petrol Prices and Fuel Duty – How are fuel prices affecting your business?

May 24, 2012

Company fleets petrol prices and fuel duty     Fuel – it’s in the headlines every day it seems. Petrol prices, strikes, fuel duty, we just can’t get enough. With new stories released every day its hard to keep up. As company car drivers and fleet managers its a topic you need to keep on top of! [...]

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Fleet Management Issues – Shock rise in Price of Diesel “A Disaster For Motorists”

March 1, 2012

More Fuel Price Rises On Way   The Retail Motor Industry has commented on the news that diesel prices are at an all-time high at 143.05p a litre, calling the rises “a disaster for motorists”. The AA is calling for the Chancellor to investigate the fuel market and also wants the planned rise in August [...]

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Fleet Management – What will 2012 bring in terms of running your fleet?

January 9, 2012

What changes will there be for Fleet Managers in 2012?   Happy New Year! As companies settle back into work, and fleet managers tackle emails and documentation for the year ahead, what changes do you think are in store for 2012? Less Red Tape for Fleet Managers Thanks to the Government’s Road Transport Red Tape Challenge  there are 142 [...]

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Fleet Management – How much more can you afford on YOUR fuel bill?? Company Car Issues – Fuel Duty

November 23, 2011

Fleet Managers & Fuel Duty The recent MPs debate on the subject of fuel duty has kept an issue that affects both businesses and private car owners firmly in the public arena. The Back Bench Parliamentary session, called due to a FairFuelUK e-petition being backed by over 100,000 signatories, lasted four hours where over 35 [...]

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Fuel Sales Report – Who Will Make Up The Shortfall?

July 19, 2011

We read this fuel sales report from the AA with interest. “Retail sales of petrol from January to March were 835.654 million litres lower than during the same period in 2008. For diesel, retail sales dropped by 246.994 million litres over the same period. This 15.2% collapse in petrol sales and 6.0% fall in diesel sales is [...]

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