A change in legislation which came into effect in April this year means that EVs now have zero benefit-in-kind (BiK) tax. This has resulted in significant savings for employees, as well as savings through lower National Insurance (NI) contributions for the employer. Yet, one fifth (20%) of HR bosses aren’t aware of the recent change, despite 44% and 39% of companies respectively offering either employee car ownership or salary sacrifice for a car.
BLUE will be a rising trend for car colours in 2018 – because of how manufacturers are driving revenue around metallic and white paints. Other trends will see a rise in electric, shared cars and [...]
Heading for million electric cars in UK Numbers grown from under 2,000 in 2012 to over 100,000 in 2017 New models' range exceeding 200 miles Lower purchase prices Choice growing MORE than one million electric cars with be [...]
Glasgow-based broker, First Vehicle Leasing, has reported an increased demand for electric cars. Graham McCarthy said: “The electric car market is booming. Indeed, industry figures for last year show that 14,500 electric cars were sold [...]
Nissan Leaf charging: take up of EVs could be greater if there was better knowledge of grants available suggests the SPA Future Thinking research Background to the research SPA Future Thinking, the business [...]