Tag : WLTP
Cap HPI is taking action on integrating the additional data for the new Worldwide harmonised Light-vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) test cycle.
Professor Colin Tourick is unconvinced by the company car tax reforms announced in the latest Budget.
Alphabet has published its list of the key market trends for 2018, which will see moves towards zero-emission/connected vehicles gather pace while WLTP and GDPR will … Read More »
Confirmation in last week’s Budget that VED and Company Car Tax (CCT) will continue to be based on computer-generated NEDC (New European Driving Cycle) fuel economy and CO2 … Read More »
Vehicles re-tested under the new WLTP fuel economy cycle are recording “greater than expected” increases in CO2 emissions when figures are converted back to NEDC, JATO … Read More »
The gap between official fuel consumption figures and real-world performance in the EU has quadrupled since 2001, hitting an all-time high, new figures suggest.
Environmental law firm ClientEarth has launched legal action against the European Commission as it warns that new EU rules on emissions control systems could prompt another … Read More »
Implementing further taxes on diesel vehicles would be “grossly unfair” and could actually force fleet drivers into opting for higher-polluting vehicles under cash allowance schemes.
LeasePlan has published its latest Fleet Funding and Taxation Guide providing up-to-date advice following far-reaching changes introduced in the Spring Budget and Finance Bill.
The “real-world” emission test introduced at the start of September for all new vehicles still needs updating to give an accurate picture of harmful exhaust emissions … Read More »
ACFO is to run a ‘State of the Nation’ autumn seminar to brief decision-makers on key fleet issues and what actions they need to take.
A new testing regime is being introduced later this year aimed at providing a more accurate reflection of a car’s fuel economy and emission. Julian Kirk … Read More »
The gap between official MPG figures and real-world performance will remain significant despite regulatory change later this year.