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Almost half of UK employers (46%) who offer alternative mobility solutions do so for all of their staff, according to Arval Mobility Observatory’s 2021 Barometer.
Employer provision of finance solutions to non-company car drivers has surged in the last year, in particular for salary sacrifice.
Fleets are planning to rapidly increase their use of contract hire as a method of funding company cars and vans over the next three years, new … Read More »
Implementation of mobility solutions such as rental, salary sacrifice and car sharing is to roughly double among UK businesses over the next few years, bouncing back … Read More »
EV-based salary sacrifice is to have a central role in a new wave of employee benefits, bringing key attractions for drivers but with minimal investment for … Read More »
Fleets are markedly more optimistic about growth prospects than prior to the pandemic, giving a new lease of life to the company car and van sector.
Businesses running company cars should stop overthinking electric vehicle adoption and not overcomplicate the process.
Arval has reported a successful year of growth in 2020, despite the lockdown, while also setting out plans for 2021.
Arval has introduced a set of new mobility services, said to represent an industry-first and spearheading its plans to be a leader in sustainable mobility.
“Noticeable” numbers of former opt-out drivers are coming back to company car schemes thanks to the benefits of electric vehicles, according to Arval.
Larger businesses are effectively three times more likely to monitor drivers in order to manage their risk.
Arval has appointed FMG to deliver accident management for its fleet following a 10-year ‘sabbatical’.
Arval is taking steps to become a self-proclaimed leader in all sustainability solutions, underpinned by a revised business model and ambitious targets for 2025.
Arval has launched a new used car website in the UK, providing a platform to target consumers direct with ex-lease cars.
Interest in electric vehicles is fast-rising among SMEs as well as larger fleets, driven largely by the new BiK tax incentives.
A new Arval company car scheme intended to support electric vehicle adoption among staff has already seen almost half its drivers switch to electric vehicles some … Read More »
Fleet interest in contract hire is fast-rising and take-up for company cars and vans could soar in the coming months.
More than four out of 10 fleets believe that they will be affected by the introduction of Clean Air Zones (CAZ) in the UK and the … Read More »
New research published by Arval indicates that business drivers still prefer their company car to alternative mobility options.
New research released today by Arval shows that the UK is leading Europe on its adoption of low-emission company cars.
Arval UK has written a new document offering fleet managers guidance on vehicle safety principles following government advice.
Larger employers are overwhelmingly leading the way when it comes to adoption of new fuel technologies, indicating that more effort needs to be made to educate … Read More »
Almost one in six fleets are planning some form of restructuring to counter the impact of new WLTP test, according to new research from Arval.
Arval’s Hydrogen Car Roadshow has two more stops to make this year as the UK-wide project continues its work to raise awareness of hydrogen cars.
Fleet take-up of diesel cars will continue to decline despite technology advances that are making them more environmentally friendly.
CBVC Vehicle Management has reported increasing interest in its Re-Lease used car solution, especially with company new starters or employees who have opted out of company … Read More »
Arval has developed a new dashboard tool that makes it easier for customers to manage contract terms and ‘recontract’ where necessary.
Company car lease contract extensions are usually a ‘false economy’, with businesses generally seeing more benefits from taking out a new lease.