5 star cars from the Detroit Motor Show

  We’re not even a month into 2015 and while the weather might be cold and snowy outside, the news coming from the car makers is all hot, hot, hot. That’s because the first big motor show of 2015 has…

My top 10 cars of 2013

I know this is the sort of thing you’re supposed to write in a blog on New Year’s Eve (or Hogmanay as it is more commonly referred to in my native Scotland), but I thought now was as good a…

Five fleet cars for five per cent tax

If I mention hydrogen to you, what image do you first think of? The Hindenburg airship going up in flames in 1937 – or a Hyundai SUV? For me it’s the former, certainly. Yet last week Hyundai announced that they…

Five cars for onesie lovers

You’re probably aware that, here at Fleet Alliance, we do a fair amount for our chosen charities. Recently we joined in National Onsie day – which thankfully was held on a Friday. If you’re not familiar, a ‘onesie’ is a…

Six top soft-tops

One of the most famous cabriolets is about to go on sale. It’s an Audi Cabriolet from the early nineties. Now at the time, Audi Cabriolets weren’t that famous – until Princess Diana, made it her car of choice that…

Five replacements for Santa’s sleigh

It’s unlikely ever to happen, of course, but what if Santa got stuck for transport on Christmas Eve? I mean, how would the Christmas stocking, which I lay out by the fire at home, be filled? This is a serious…

Ten top benefit in kind beaters

Just think about some of the exciting new cars that have been launched recently: the new BMW 1 Series; the new Mercedes A-Class; the new Audi A3; the new Volvo V40; the new Toyota Auris… The list goes on –…

Ten cars to Take Zlat!

It’s been called one of the best goals ever scored – when Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored a brilliant overhead scissor kick against England last week (click this link to watch it on You Tube). I didn’t watch it at the time…

Ten ways to avoid refuelling

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…

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