The drive for clean air

Diesel as a fuel has become the staple of car fleets since the government introduced CO2 emission based benefit in kind tax rules in 2002. Little wonder: it’s thermally efficient – producing low levels of CO2 and plenty of miles…

The changing choice of company car

Not so long ago, the only company car worth considering was a diesel: low on CO2 emissions, efficient on company car tax, and went for miles on a tank of fuel. A no-brainer. A bit like: what am I going…

EV models are being used for longer journeys

  Following news that registrations for new electric vehicles (EVs) reached a new record for the first eight months of this year, a report from the government body that promotes ultra low-emission vehicles (ULEVs) has revealed that their use is…

Electric vehicle registrations reach new record

Registrations of new electric vehicles (EVs) reached a new record for the first eight months of this year, but the latest figures have shown a buying preference for range extenders and plug-in hybrids rather than pure EVs. Some pundits have…

Company car usage increases

It is summer (finally), Team GB has done brilliantly at the Olympics and even better, it looks like the fleet sector has managed a medal of its own. Post all the Brexit uncertainty, I was genuinely interested to read new…

8 key questions to ask about EVs

Could you drive an EV? Should you drive an EV? Mmmm, good question. Why not try one out? With all the recent news that EV drivers are to be charged for using Ecotricity charging points for the first time, driving…

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