The business vehicle’s life cycle has three stages: procurement, utilisation, and remarketing. Learn how to manage your fleet through all three stages.
Making sure drivers are abiding by HGV Weekly Rests is the companies responsibility. Don’t let your drivers work longer than they should. Not only is it bad for the driver, but it also endagers everyone on the road.
SMEs should benefit from the perks of fuel cards. Learn what to consider when investing in a fuel card and download our free guide of tips to easily and practically save fuel.
If you drive your own vehicle for business purposes you may qualify to claim back those business miles. Learn more about business mileage, grey fleet and download our free mileage calculator.
Wear and tear on vehicles is a normal occurrence from everyday use. However to ensure a longer vehicle lifespan you and your drivers should uphold vehicle care standards. Here is how to do that:
You don’t need to be making daily deliveries to benefit from GPS tracking technology. No matter your trade, if you use vehciles to complete your business tasks you need to invest in a vehicle tracker. Here is why:
Over the past year there has been an increase in self employeed courier upstarts. The demand for delivery has made room for smaller companies to jump into the delivery business. If you are interested in starting a courier company take a look at our how to guide to help you get started.
Interested in an alternative to company cars? A car salary sacrifice scheme could be the right option for your business and an worthwile insentive for prospective new hires. Before signing onto one, learn exactly what a salary sacrifice scheme is and what it means for both businesses and employees.
Stay on top of your fleet and follow HGV Vehicle Check guidelines. These checks should be performed every 24 hours. Learn more and download our free vehcile checklist.
Learn all about what defines a business vehicle and what taxes are owed when an employee drives a businesss vehicle.