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For Fleet Managers and company car drivers – Volvo V60 D4 SE Review

November 12, 2013

  Fleet cars – Volvo Thank you to the team at Automotive Industry Digest for sharing their review of the Volvo V60 D4 SE. “When you read other reviews of the Volvo V60 a couple of common threads run through most of the them , they all criticise the practicality of the boot and the rear passenger space [...]

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Fleet Managers – what apps do your drivers use?

July 4, 2013

    The best apps for company car drivers   We always enjoy reading The Telegraph’s motoring pages, but this video had us looking forward to new technology that is on its way from Volvo – the app that automatically parks a car.   The best apps for drivers The Find My Car app is [...]

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Volvo Improves Co2, Fuel Economy And BIK Bandings On Automatics

February 26, 2013

Major CO2 and fuel economyVolvo Benefit in Kind banding improvement for company car drivers of up to four percentage points No changes to the on-the-road list price accompanied by a drop in VED Extensive CO2 and fuel efficiency gains with no price changes on new automatic Volvos are set to deliver significant savings to company car drivers [...]

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Fleet Managers: Will the Volvo V40 be your next company fleet car?

July 13, 2012

Fleet Managers test the new Volvo V40   As a Fleet Manager will you consider the Volvo V40 for your company fleet? The latest creation by Volvo – the Volvo V40 – is the brand’s first premium five-door hatchback & has impressed company car drivers. At the Company Car In Action (CCIA)  fleet managers and [...]

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Fleet Management – RunYourFleet Facebook Digest

March 15, 2012

Facebook News Stories   Have you seen the RunYourFleet Facebook page? Here’s a quick rundown on some  of the stories that we have featured this week. Volvo have fitted the world’s first pedestrian airbag (via Autoblog) As safety experts point out, the idea that an impact by itself kills people is a slight misconception. The critical factor [...]

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