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Public Sector

An election that leaves the fleet industry hanging

Written by | Posted on 09.06.2017

Following the result of the 2017 General Election, we ask what this could mean for the fleet industry.

Public Sector employee mobility study published

Written by | Posted on 14.11.2016

Research into how public sector organisations are currently approaching their fleet management solutions.

Fuel Duty – all you need to know

Written by | Posted on 23.09.2016

Make no mistake, Fuel Duty is a hot topic - it accounts for half of everything we spend at the pump. Read on for All you need to know about Fuel Duty.

Brexit and the British car industry

Written by | Posted on 15.03.2016

WIthh 100 days to go until the EU Referendum, Marcus Roberts, International Projects Director of YouGov on Brexit and the British Car Industry.

The Government’s charm offensive

Written by | Posted on 29.02.2016

The Government’s policies towards motorists, aren’t just coming more regularly than before, but also appear to be getting more generous.

Back to School Traffic

Written by | Posted on 03.09.2015

Back to School - Cars swarming around areas that are cluttered with children is a dangerous set-up. Find out what you can do to improve road safety.

Goldsmith should be wary of free parking

Written by | Posted on 28.07.2015

Richmond MP Zac Goldsmith celebrates decision to allow 30 mins free parking to boost business in the borough - but it has its drawbacks.

The dangers of workplace parking levies

Written by | Posted on 14.07.2015

Nottingham’s council was, in 2012, the first in Britain to impose a new tax on local businesses. That tax is the Workplace Parking Levy.

Budget: Osborne’s surprise package for motorists

Written by | Posted on 10.07.2015

This Budget’s headline-grabbers – such as the announcement of a National Living Wage – were surprises. And so were many of its motoring policies.

The road ahead [General Election 2015]

Written by | Posted on 11.05.2015

Following last week's General Election 2015 Result we look at what the new government may do about transport.

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