Tag : Lex Autolease
Electric vehicle take-up by Lex Autolease business customers has surged 144% since the start of 2020 – even prior to the Government’s 2030 announcement.
Lauren Pamma, electrification propositions lead at Lex Autolease, discusses the role electric vehicles can play in businesses’ green recovery plans, and the advantages they offer for … Read More »
Two-thirds of fleet managers who responded to a poll by Lex Autolease said that sustainability remains as important to their business as it was before the … Read More »
Electric cars now have the edge when it comes to image compared to petrol or diesel models but concerns over range limits remain.
Lex Autolease has successfully allocated its £1m zero-emission vehicle fund four months ahead of deadline, showing the power of incentives when it comes to electric vehicle … Read More »
Lex Autolease has signed up DriveElectric to provide specialist advice on ultra-low emission vehicles to Lloyds Bank business SMEs looking to make the switch.
Lex Autolease has reported a surge in electric vehicle orders from fleet operators making the most of its £1m EV fund.
Fleets can help ensure the success of the Government’s Road to Zero Strategy through implementing eco fleet policies and eliminating cash or car policies that are … Read More »
Lex Autolease has saved customers more than £1.5m through ‘Fleet Benchmarking’ since launching the service in February this year.
Lex Autolease is reiterating that all fuel technologies have a place in the fleet sector as it highlights the need to choose the right vehicle for … Read More »
The Government is being urged to rethink plans to cut grant funding for plug-in hybrids from next month as the move starts to take its toll … Read More »
The Prime Minister is earmarking a £106m funding package to help drive an “ambitious mission” for the UK to become a world leader in low-emission technology.
Lex Autolease is offering £1,000 towards the cost of the first 1,000 electric vehicles it leases from 2019 in a move to help drive EV adoption.
Tim Porter is to retire from Lex Autolease in late October after some five years as managing director.
Lex Autolease has hit a new milestone of 100,000 vehicles leased through its broker division, helped by strong take-up of PCH solutions.
A growing number of fleets are embracing electric vans for low-mileage operations but diesel still has a pre-eminent role when it comes to longer distances.
The rapid pace of change in the fleet sector means company car policy reviews are now “critical” – with “doing nothing” not an option.
Ashley Barnett has taken the role of head of fleet consultancy at Lex Autolease, replacing Lauren Pamma who moves to a new role within Lloyds Banking … Read More »
Lex Autolease has announced its suppliers of the year at its annual awards.
The cost of motoring penalties for businesses reached £5.67m in the first half of this year, up 24% on the figure of £4.38m for H1 2016, … 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 … Read More »
The number of motoring fines incurred by company car and drivers rose by more than a fifth (21%) year-on-year in 2016, Lex Autolease analysis finds.
UK new car registrations hit an all-time high in 2016, with fleets responsible for much of the growth.
Drivers using private cars for work travel are more likely than company car drivers to break driving laws. That’s the finding of new research by Lex … Read More »
Next month’s MPG Marathon will see a hydrogen fuel cell Hyundai ix35 put through its paces under a collaboration between the University of Birmingham, Lex Autolease … Read More »