Vehicle tracking can change the way a business runs their company fleet. A vehicle, whether a van, truck or car, can be an essential part of any business, so ensuring that they are costing as little as possible, and being as efficient as they can be, will always be a high priority. Which is why more business owners are welcoming the introduction of vehicle tracking systems to their fleet. Not only to help a driver become more accountable for their actions, but to also ensure that the costs are reduced. One of the biggest costs of any fleet is fuel, and with the price of diesel and oil on the rise, it is now more essential than ever to ensure that you keep a vehicle fuel efficient. However, the introduction of a vehicle tracking systems could help you reduce fuel costs. Here’s how that could happen...
As of 1st September 2016, there will be a change to Advisory Fuel Rates. These can be really confusing for business owners, fleet managers and company car drivers. Let us try and make it as simple as possible. See our table below for all the figures and engine bands and how these have been affected by the recent change.
Benjamin Franklin said ‘In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.’ Most people would agree with this, however we would like to add that with RAM Tracking saving your fleet money would be a certainty! In the past few months, there has been a lot of speculation rather than fact in terms of the economy and everything surrounding it. Fuel is a significant factor in all of the Post-Brexit chat.
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