Lack of road repair pushes up your maintenance bills

It’s that moment – and we’ve all been there: the sickening metallic bang as your lovely alloy wheel disappears into a pothole and at the same time the car springs compress to the very top of the suspension turret threatening…

What does the future of fleet look like?

One of the advantages of our lofty office at our Skypark HQ is the view. When it isn’t raining of course. Recently I’ve been looking out trying to envisage this: what will the fleet of the future look like? In…

Transitioning from diesel to greener fuels

So the combustion engine will be consigned to history in 2040 that much we know (see my previous blog: You’re fired – petrol and diesel engines get the bullet). While we have been keen green backers as a progressive option for…

Greener leasing is on the increase

It’s July, the start of quarter three, so it must be time for the BVRLA’s annual analysis of the business fleet leasing sector, covering the first quarter of 2017. The biggest news is that the total car leasing fleet (all…

Is diesel really a dirty word?

Seems like diesel fuel has been in the firing line since the 2015 Volkswagen emissions scandal brought the pollution effects of this heavy fuel into focus. Since then, the anti-diesel sentiment has gained pace. London Mayor Sadiq Kahn announced a…


How realistic is it to run a ULEV fleet?

I’ve been thinking about this. There’s currently quite a buzz around ULEVs – registrations are on the up and the volume of product is increasing all the time. (ULEVs, by the way, are cars with CO2 emissions below 75g/km –…

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