Tag : ACFO
All the key news in fleet from the last week… The Government’s final plans to reduce air pollution in the UK are due on 31 July. High Court rules against challenge to air quality plan ... Read More »
The arrival of the ‘Big Data’ era poses plenty of advantages for fleets, but with plenty of challenges too, as delegates at ACFO’s Spring Seminar discovered. Alex Grant reports.
All the key news in fleet from the last week… Supermarkets are looking at introducing new technology that could enable ‘e-pricing’ of goods to change in line with demand. Surge pricing to ‘blow smoke ... Read More »
Highways England has completed the first in a trio of Dart Charge online account changes that will improve administration for fleets.
All the key news in fleet from the last week… Last year saw the European Commission publish a list of 19 safety technologies that it is considering to make mandatory. Campaign to make autonomous ... Read More »
The advent of the connected car will transform the face of the fleet industry but fleets must act now to embrace ‘big data’ and ensure they don’t fall foul of forthcoming data protection legislation.
John Pryor, fleet and travel manager at Arcadia Group and ACFO chairman, on how the fleet industry has transformed over the last three decades and the future challenges.
All the key news in fleet from the last week… VansA2Z covers the SME sector and will complement FWG's Van Fleet World title. Fleet World Group incorporates VansA2Z into its growing portfolio The Fleet ... Read More »
ACFO has called on HMRC to publish Advisory Fuel Rates for plug-in cars for Q3 onwards to increase take-up and mass adoption by fleets.
Fleet managers have named their 2016 ACFO award winners, with three of the seven accolades recognising plug-in cars.
The Government is being urged to provide long-term visibility on future Benefit-in-Kind rates as well as implementing a fairer structure that incentivises ultra-low emission vehicles.
The Association of Car Fleet Operators (ACFO) has warned the government of serious "unintended consequences" of proposed car salary sacrifice scheme changes, notably impacting the drive towards low-emission vehicles. ACFO deputy chairman, Caroline Sandall. Proposals from HM Revenue ... Read More »
Driving cultural change by focusing on ‘total cost of mobility’ rather than a fleet-based total of cost of vehicle ownership model can help firms cut costs and reward employees.
The BVRLA and a coalition of other fleet industry stakeholders are working together to oppose possible changes to employee benefits that would impact on fleets and fleet drivers.