We know that managing a fleet of vehicles is no easy matter. And that keeping up with constant rush-hour of latest news, regulations, advice, and future changes is even harder. That’s why managers across the UK turn to Fleet Matters: the online e-book containing the latest news that matters to your fleet – factual, efficient, and free
Fleet Matters tracks all the main news sources to sieve out the most important topics for managers. It then summarises the key issues, providing clear advice on any necessary action managers should take.
Valuable advice for fleets of all sizes
Fleet Matters offers guidance for every size and type of fleet, including owner-drivers with single vehicles. It provides relevant information to both public and private sectors and is equally useful to owned, leased, ‘grey’ and mixed fleets. One edition covers five important current topics, individually. Each section concludes with a clear, concise ‘Action Point’ recommending how managers should address that issue.
Five topics you can’t afford to miss
This latest edition of Fleet Matters covers specific recent news concerning how poor driver behaviour is being filmed on UK roads leading to prosecutions, five tips for how to manage grey fleets more successfully, whether the 2030 diesel/petrol ban will go ahead, if hybrid vans are finally worth buying into, and the impact Brexit uncertainly is having on commercial fleets.
Fleet Matters readers can digest each topic’s key points easily, along with best practice advice, all within a compact format. Some information may be familiar, but most readers find something new and valuable in every edition. Fleet Matters carries no advertising or promotional content, just straightforward facts and advice to aid managers in running their vehicles more effectively. The latest edition is available online, free, at www.myfleetmatters.expert.
As Head of Innovation & Marketing, Steve Clarke, says, “Fuel Card Services works with a variety of businesses every day, from private sector with just a van or two to public sector transport managers with hundreds of mixed vehicles. Our insight into the issues, from legislation to market pressures, derives from talking with them all the time. The breadth and depth of expertise built over many years enables us to offer guidance of real value.”