Fleet Management

In this issue

- Salary sacrifice schemes are helping reverse a shift by UK groups away from offering cars

- Spy in the cab is proving an ally instead of an enemy

Bright spot for nervous automotive industry

Fleet sales are rising as a proportion of overall sales, as economic uncertainty keeps retail customers away, writes John Reed


Electric vehicles: Positives start to outstrip negatives

Utility is replacing image as the main reason to buy, says John Reed

Car campus: Bringing electric power to the people

GE’s fleet management arm is converting part of its Eden Prairie campus into a tangible demonstration of the conglomerate’s faith in electric vehicles

Company cars: Legislation and advisers reopen the driver’s door

Salary sacrifice schemes are rising in popularity, says John Reed

A male gymnast performs on the roof of a BMW car

BMW has to show it can go the distance

A dream sponsorship deal could still turn into a nightmare, writes John Reed

Guest column: The case for car clubs and short-term hire

The end of taking the car to work – whether a private or company-provided vehicle – could have several benefit, writes Peter Cooke

Tesco: Supermarket chain puts its vehicles and drivers on drastic ‘F Plan’ diet

Britain’s largest retailer has a fleet of vehicles commensurate with its size, writes John Reed

A TomTom product

Telematics: Spy in the cab is proving an ally instead of an enemy

It is taking time but drivers are warming to real-time monitoring, writes Rose Jacobs

Trucks: Skittish US operators begin to buy again

In spite of good reasons to place orders, operators are spooked by the economy, writes Bernard Simon