Drivers of some diesels are being unfairly penalised

A new study suggests that drivers of the cleanest diesel cars are being unfairly penalised as their emissions fall well within the latest standards and are as clean as petrol-engined models. The latest figures from Emissions Analytics – which add…

We explain the Government tax switch to WLTP

The government has confirmed that it will change the system for measuring carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions for company car benefit-in-kind tax and Vehicle Excise Duty purposes to the Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) in two years’ time. The…

Fleets need a balanced view on vehicle choice

Vehicle selection has to be more carefully evaluated than ever before, but diesel still has an important role to play although its importance will diminish over time. That’s why we are advising our clients to adopt a balanced fleet view…

Diesel dilemma as sales continue to fall

The dilemma surrounding diesel-powered vehicles continues as the latest sales figures for May show that diesel, once the workhorse of the UK company car market, has lost further ground amidst the continuing controversy over noxious emissions. The UK new car…

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