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December 14, 2020

Top EVs coming in 2021

With more new electric vehicle models hitting the roads every year it’s getting harder to pick only 5 EVs to talk about! These are our top 5 picks for EVs coming in 2021….. and a few honourable mentions too.

October 19, 2020

Have your say in a greener world

The Euro 6/VI vehicle emission standard, which has been in force since September 2015, defines the maximum emission levels for all new petrol and diesel cars and commercial vehicles sold in the European Union. The European Commission (EC) is preparing the next stage of approval requirements for vehicle emissions, which will be known as Euro 7/VII. In this blog, we look at what the Euro 7/VII could mean for fleet owners and how you can have your say in the development of the new standard.

September 29, 2020

Findings from LeasePlan’s 2020 Car Cost Index

Analysis in LeasePlan’s just-published edition of its annual Car Cost Index shows that electric vehicles (EVs) are now more affordable than ever across Europe. In this blog we dive deeper into the findings, which indicate that there is little reason for fleet managers not to include EVs in their lease policies nowadays.

August 20, 2020

7 common preconceptions about car leasing

Do you need a vehicle to operate your small business? Wondering what finance option is right for you? Small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) and the self-employed in particular often hesitate to consider leasing versus buying a car. Here are the facts behind the seven most common preconceptions about car leasing, so you can make the right choice for your small business.

August 13, 2020

Connected cars: How technology offers new solutions to today’s transport problems

In this blog, we dive deeper into the latest developments in connected cars to explore how advanced information and communication technologies can offer new solutions to today’s transport problems.

August 6, 2020

The top 4 car safety features you can’t do without

Driver error is the critical factor in over 90% of vehicle-related crashes , and the biggest culprits are distraction and failing to recognise hazards. Many of today’s most promising Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) technologies are designed to identify and react to potential hazards faster than a human can.