The outgoing XC90 is not a bad car at all and to expect the replacement to be staggeringly better would be to miss the point. As is the modern way with building cars, Volvo have designed and engineered a modular platform for a host of new vehicles to be based on. The benefits are weight […]
Changes in EU legislation in relation to emissions targets have paved a way for change amongst manufacturers. For company drivers, the increasing pressures relating to company car tax (benefit in kind) and CO2 means that emissions are now also important for the individual driver. Traditionally, fleets were run based on seniority or banding, so that […]
The maximum claim is 45 pence per mile for genuine business use, but it surely isnt that easy? Well, HMRC each year issues a data sheet of Advisory Fuel Rates, they are reviewed every three months and they take account of engine size, fuel type and current fuel prices. Next, record every single mile that […]
Citroen are late comers to the hybrid market, with the DS5 DSport Hybrid4 Airdream. Other hybrid cars on the market are petrol/electric combinations such as the Toyota and Honda, but combining a clean diesel with electric propulsion has achieved a fantastic CO2 emission of 88g/km, reducing the tax for any company car driver and […]
After the company car or cash question has been answered, as a small or medium business, you then need to consider the subject of corporate culpability.
Audi must be bouncing happy. With a slew of successful model ranges and well received recent launches, they have gone on to pull off what neither BMW or Mercedes Benz have been able to.
We understand that you may as a company or a company car driver face a dilemma when you have to decide between a car and cash. You are certainly not alone in making this decision and we have posted on YouTube a series of videos to address the most common questions.