The hype surrounding the US unveiling of the new Tesla Model 3 – the all electric rival to the BMW 3 Series and Audi A4 – tells us as much about owner Elon Musk’s ability to engage an audience with technology as it does about our changing attitudes to electric cars. But it’s not only the green technology that is accelerating – it’s the accelerating financial impact of not choosing a green car.
Fleets that fail to act now will be burdening employees with additional benefit in kind taxation while increasing the company’s exposure to NIC payments and greater costs. Especially after the recent 2016 Budget. For many fleets, going green is now a viable option. But how can this be achieved? What are the choices? And what are the implications?
This White Paper will help you answer those questions.