The 2015 Lex Autolease report on company motoring: Where next for company cars?

Date: 27-10-2015

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The role of the company car is changing. New technologies and a more competitive job market are influencing the way organisations manage their vehicles.

The Lex Autolease Report on Company Motoring 2015 outlines these issues, and their impact on the industry. Discover what employees value most about company cars and how employers are using them for recruitment, the impact of congestion, distractions and bad habits on the road, attitudes to fuel choice, and how the ‘grey fleet’, green agenda and automation is affecting vehicle management.

Reporting on fleet matters

With 80 pages, the 2015 Report gives you the essential facts, expert opinion and detailed case studies, examining the changing role of company cars and fleet management in the UK.

The goal of the Report is to provide a robust reference document for fleet decision-makers, policy-makers and manufacturers, stimulating debate on the future of our industry.

Based on research with Fleet Managers and employees, analysis of our own fleet and Government and industry sources, it represents the industry’s most definitive reference tool for fleet decision makers and manufacturers alike.

Read our report or visit the Lex Autolease website for more information.

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