|Ten ways to avoid refuelling
26 October 2012
I have to say the news that the UK is out of recession is excellent news for business.
The 1% growth is to be hugely welcomed – and hopefully the government will take heart and produce strategies to encourage more economic growth.
For fleet managers, though, the spectre of a fuel duty rise in January still lurks around the corner, with the potential to tighten the tourniquet on fleet expenditure.
So how can you slip the knot? Here’s ten suggestions:
The spectre of a fuel duty rise in January still lurks around the corner.
If you want more help with cutting fuel bills, then download our White Paper Saving Money on Fuel.
After all, every little helps. And I’ll take 1% growth for the time being!
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