A business owner wants to know what the correct pence per mile they should be paying their employees for using private cars on business use. Editor Ralph Morton provides the answer
TMC said such a move would reflect real-world cost constraints and restore badly-needed confidence to the UK’s hard-hit new car market.
The consequences of withholding or giving false information to obtain cheaper car insurance can be severe. Far from saving money, being untruthful can be costly.
Companies choosing to buy a new car for business use can access some of the most generous VAT benefits in the UK as long as the new car is not available for any private use,
Future Fleet Analysis tool takes data from a company’s Telematics system and analyses the driving data of each individual vehicle with a view to predicting future models
SME COMPANY CAR OF THE YEAR AWARDS
HAVING already picked up countless awards, it’s no surprise that our independent panel of expert judges picked Jaguar’s XF as the SME Company Car...
The MINI Cooper 5dr was voted Best Compact SME Company Car of the Year. Here's why it's a winner
Leaselink will handle all new vehicle orders across Autorama's three main brands.
TOM Brennan has been appointed Head of Fleet at Mercedes-Benz.The former Head of Fleet for Audi started his career in financial services. He then...
SME BUSINESS MOTORING AND FLEET MANAGEMENT
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Did you know that more than a quarter of all road traffic accidents may involve someone who is driving for work, according to the...
Need to customise your leasing offer? Want a personal lease or personal contract purchase without any hassle? Would you like to be able...
PCP (Personal Contract Purchase) in briefVariation of a Hire Purchase agreement Regular monthly payments towards the purchase of a new vehicle are a...
Drivers could notch up sufficient penalty points for possible disqualification on just a single journey if they are not continually aware and do not observe smart motorway speed limits.
Budget 2018 Vehicle Excise Duty rates announced that from April 2020 VED rates would be based on WLTP emissions; meanwhile 2019 rates would rise in line with the RPI