WANDER around the Geneva Motor Show, which opened on Tuesday (March 6), and with well over 100 new models and concepts on display you would be forgiven for thinking that the global motor industry was in rude health and defying the global economic crisis. And, in some cases you would … Continue reading
THE taxman will check the mileage records of thousands of small fleets as part of a drive to boost revenue collection by £120 million over the next three years. The plan was outlined in an HM Revenue and Customs’ (HMRC) review document and underlines the pressing need for businesses to … Continue reading
THE new generation of the Porsche Boxster made its global debut at the Geneva Motor Show this week ahead of its late spring arrival in the UK. The Show also saw the European debuts of Porsche the PanameraGTSand 911 Carrera Cabriolet. Article source: http://www.news.automotiveindustrydigest.com/2012/03/new-porsche-boxster-set-for-uk-spring-arrival/
CHANCELLOR of the Exchequer George Osborne should review company car benefit-in-kind tax levels for employees who choose to drive low emission models in the March 21 Budget. That’s the view of ACFO, the leading fleet decision-makers’ organisation, which says drivers of low emission company cars are being penalised by … Continue reading
COSTefficiencies and stable pricing are the key factors attracting employees to salary sacrifice for cars, according to a survey carried out by independent leasing, fleet management and vehicle outsourcing company Zenith. Article source: http://www.news.automotiveindustrydigest.com/2012/03/cost-savings-and-stability-drive-salary-sacrifice-demand/
NEW car registrations in the plate change month of March will prove to be a key barometer as to the health of the market place with the sector broadly flat in the first two months of the year. February is a historically ‘slow’ month for new car sales and … Continue reading
NEW car registrations in the plate change month of March will prove to be a key barometer as to the health of the market place with the sector broadly flat in the first two months of the year.
THE average price of unleaded petrol has hit a record high, according to Government figures. The Department of Energy and Climate Change said the average price of unleaded petrol in theUKwas 137.3p per litre on Monday (March 5), which was 1.1p higher than the week before. The previous record … Continue reading