The company car may see a surge in popularity. Alphabet’s research showed 37% of consumers would now consider using a company car following the pandemic, to enable them to travel safely, whereas prior to lockdown many employees favoured a cash benefit.
Interest in electric vehicles is growing rapidly among small-medium sized enterprises (SMEs), according to the latest research from the Arval Mobility Observatory. For plug-in hybrids, almost half of SMEs (46%) either already have them or plan to put them on fleet compared to just 28% in 2019 while, for hybrids, they were 45% this year against 37% in 2019.
Survey discovers that a significant 25% of all UK drivers plumped for a pure electric vehicle – far ahead of the more traditional diesel engines, but also ahead of conventional hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs).
Smart Pod Point wall charger The Government has changed the funding criteria for EV chargepoint support. Worth up to £500, from July 2019 all chargepoints must be 'smart', capable of being accessed remotely, and [...]
A ban on new petrol and diesel cars should be brought forward to 2032 says a report from the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee
Arval launched a guide to electric vans at the CV Show called “Delivering the Future: A Guide to Operating Electric Vans”,
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 [...]