Your Fleet News

April 2023


Welcome to your fleet news update for April 2023!

This month, we’ll take a look at whether your fleet vehicles are safe to drive, and why it’s vital to implement a robust vehicle defect management system. 

We’ve also compiled everything you need to know about EV charge cards, 2023 fuel trends, and last mile delivery strategy.

See below for this month’s helpful news and advice, curated just for your fleet!

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How Safe Are Your Company Vehicles?

Vehicle roadworthiness is one of the biggest challenges for fleets today. Therefore, it’s vital that fleet managers consider implementing a robust vehicle defect management system to protect not only the drivers, but the business for which they are driving.

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The Charge Card Revolution: What Fleets Need to Know

Electric vehicle charge cards are the fuel card for fuel-less vehicles. Offering a simplified way for EV fleet vehicles to charge up and pay, these are a must-have for any growing electric fleet. We’ve put together the all-you-need-to-know guide.

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The last year has been a turbulent time for fuel prices and the fuel market looks to continue to keep fleets on their toes. From the Russia-Ukraine conflict to NetZero 2050 we take a look at some key insights surrounding the fluctuating fuel landscape.

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Does Your Last Mile Delivery Strategy Need a Reboot?

If you are considering introducing or growing a company car fleet, here are some important steps you can take to ensure you are making the right decisions for your business and employees.

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