Increasing penalties highlight the importance of Road Risk Management

The announcement yesterday by The Sentencing Council of much harsher penalties for serious speeding offences appears to be the latest in a trend of much tougher sentences for drivers imposed by the government. From April, if a driver is caught travelling at 41mph in a 20mph zone or 51mph in a 30mph zone they’ll face … Continue reading “Increasing penalties highlight the importance of Road Risk Management”

First Ark saves £210,000 with Outsourced Fleet Specialist

Social enterprise organisation First Ark has saved £210,000 by collaborating with Fleet Operations on a series of fleet initiatives, aimed at increasing value for money. These savings contribute to the commitment First Ark makes as a social enterprise to re-invest back into the local community. First Ark’s partnership with Fleet Operations has helped to eliminate … Continue reading “First Ark saves £210,000 with Outsourced Fleet Specialist”

Fleet lease costs rise but study reveals procurement failings

July 20, 2016 – Only one in ten companies (11 per cent) take total cost of ownership (TCO) into account when procuring vehicles, according to latest research. Purchase price or lease cost ranked as the biggest consideration, selected by 64 per cent of companies, with vehicle reliability a priority for just a third (33 per … Continue reading “Fleet lease costs rise but study reveals procurement failings”

Top 10 Questions UK Fleet Decision Makers Should Be Asking Themselves

With the government recently confirming the 23rd June 2016 as voting day in the EU referendum there is already much debate about the potential impact on the UK economy. Recent reports suggest that George Osbourne may be about to announce further public spending cuts to help ensure that he achieves his budget surplus objectives. His … Continue reading “Top 10 Questions UK Fleet Decision Makers Should Be Asking Themselves”