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Fleets should use actual costs to settle fuel claims rather than
HMRC’s Advisory Fuel Rates, according to leading mileage audit firm
Eight out of ten UK businesses do not restrict the age of private
vehicles used for work, according to an ALD Automotive/YouGov
Drivers urged to take extra care as worst day for road accidents approaches
Report shows used car buyers are opting for petrol over diesel
Police yesterday seized Britain’s one millionth uninsured vehicle
The price of petrol and diesel has risen across the UK by around
2.5 percent and will increase even further, according to the AA.
The tax revenue generated from company cars has fallen by more than
half a billion pounds, according to figures released by HM Revenue
The Association of British Drivers says calls for 20mph speed
limits will not reduce traffic accidents and will increase costs.
September is the second biggest sales month for dealers across the
UK due to the released new number plates.
Two brand new training courses are being offered for van operators
under the FTA’s Van Excellence scheme.
The average price of used LCVs was up £99 in July 2012
compared to this time a year ago.
Drivers could be getting more than they pay for when filling up, as
some pumps are found to supply more fuel than the counter
The Road Haulage Association says drivers caught falsifying their
driving records should be jailed.
A combination of deep cuts and soaring fuel prices are leaving
emergency services struggling to make necessary savings and keep
their vehicles on the road.
Aldermore Bank becomes FairFuelUK’s newest supporter
DVLA changes to eyesight requirements for drivers are still too
lenient, according to Specsavers Corporate Eyewear.
Road safety charity Brake is asking fleets to help stamp out drink
driving by adopting a zero tolerance approach.