Over half (51%) of Brits consider themselves a better driver than their partner, research from LeasePlan UK has revealed.
New research from LeasePlan UK reveals Britain's driving habits - and that despite the congestion on the road network - they still have a love of driving.
Research conducted into the needs of today’s fleet decision makers reveals the different challenges facing Fleet Managers today - and their different motivations for leasing.
Valentine's Survey reveals 58% of motorists would put their full trust in their partner to drive their car.
Recent research by LeasePlan found that nearly one-third (29%) of business decision makers believe that their business setup is not favorable to leasing and yet 32% are feeling overwhelmed by vehicle management administration.
Despite motorists’ confusion on the technological advances of electric cars, the UK has experienced a record first quarter in 2016 for electric car registrations, with 10,496 ‘green’ cars sold.
13 June 2016 : 60% of business decision makers expect double digit growth for their company in 2016, according to new research from the world’s largest fleet and vehicle management company, LeasePlan
18 May 2016: Admin overload is leaving business decision makers feeling overwhelmed and stressed, reveals new research from the world’s largest fleet and vehicle management company, LeasePlan.
Currently, drivers over 70 have to renew their licence every three years, but there is no medical or driving test. They only have to declare that they are fit to drive, and that they meet the minimum eyesight standards.
Last year LeasePlan enlisted the help of TNS to survey over 3300 drivers of lease vehicles across 20 countries to better understand global driver behaviour and to identify trends in the future of mobility.