A guide to eco-friendly company cars

With employees increasingly expecting their employers to help tackle climate change, here's a round-up of the best options for electric, hybrid and low-emissions company cars

Are driverless cars the future of fleet?

As the driverless car revolution approaches, we explore what HR needs to prepare for

Only 2% would consider giving up company cars

?Only one in 50 (2%) UK firms would consider giving up company cars for car and ride sharing, according to Arval’s 2018 Corporate Vehicle Observatory Barometer

Company cars continue driving employee interest

Company cars remain a popular benefit despite salary sacrifice changes. But HR should be wary of further rules

Fleet management: Why lease?

Lease management is becoming increasingly attractive to HR decision makers with fleet responsibilities

Electric dreams: The potential for electric vehicle fleets

Interest in electric vehicles is slowly increasing. Could 2014 be the year fleets go electric or will it all short-circuit?

Fleet management: should you outsource?

Dedicated in-house fleet managers are apparently becoming an endangered species in the private sector as companies increasingly outsource the function.

More than half of employers don't test company car drivers for alcohol or drug use, finds Brake

More than half of fleets (57%) do not test drivers for alcohol, and an even greater proportion (63%) do not test for illegal drugs.

Budget 2012 fallout: company car drivers need extra care, not extra costs

The budget was a mixed bag for business drivers. Whether you simply own a company car or have responsibility for managing a corporate fleet, the Chancellor’s announcements have important implications....

Fleet telematics: The spy in the passenger seat of company cars?

In an era of high fuel costs, pressure to reduce CO2 emissions and duty-of-care concerns regarding employee safety, employers are arguably under greater pressure than ever to find effective...

The company car is here to stay

Last week HR magazine reported on predictions that changes in the up-coming Budget could mean the end of the company car.

Cost efficiencies are main driver to salary sacrifice fleet schemes, finds Zenith

Cost efficiencies and stable pricing are the key factors attracting employees to salary sacrifice, according to a survey carried out by leasing, fleet management and vehicle outsourcing company...