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‘Green’ Timeline shows key dates for companies with vehicle fleets

Interactive Fleet Management has produced a handy timeline showing key dates relating to ‘green issues’ for companies operating vehicle fleets.

Covering items such as the introduction of WLTP for light commercial vehicles, the adoption of full WLTP for Benefit in Kind (BIK) and Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) purposes, and the dates for Clean Air Zones (CAZ) in cities across the UK, the handy guide is an ideal aide-memoire for busy fleet managers trying stay on top on constant change.

“This is the second timeline we’ve produced in the space of a year,” said Interactive Fleet Management's green fleet specialist, Mark Gallagher.

“With so many dates to contend with, which will affect drivers and companies financially, we felt companies operating fleets of vehicles would appreciate an ‘at-a-glance’ guide to all the key dates so that they can see what changes are on the horizon and can plan for them.

“After the chaos last year over the introduction of WLTP for cars, the date most people will be looking at is 1st September 2019 when WLTP becomes mandatory for light commercial vehicles too.

“However, since there is no benefit in kind tax implication to their CO2 ratings, it may be a less stressful process. Unless of course the Government decides to shift the rules around taxation.”

For advice and support with moving to a greener, low emission fleet, why not talk to Mark Gallagher on 01536 536 590.

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‘Green’ Timeline shows key dates for companies with vehicle fleets

Interactive Fleet Management has produced a handy timeline showing key dates relating to ‘green issues’ for companies operating vehicle fleets.

Covering items such as the introduction of WLTP for light commercial vehicles, the adoption of full WLTP for Benefit in Kind (BIK) and Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) purposes, and the dates for Clean Air Zones (CAZ) in cities across the UK, the handy guide is an ideal aide-memoire for busy fleet managers trying stay on top on constant change.

“This is the second timeline we’ve produced in the space of a year,” said Interactive Fleet Management's green fleet specialist, Mark Gallagher.

“With so many dates to contend with, which will affect drivers and companies financially, we felt companies operating fleets of vehicles would appreciate an ‘at-a-glance’ guide to all the key dates so that they can see what changes are on the horizon and can plan for them.

“After the chaos last year over the introduction of WLTP for cars, the date most people will be looking at is 1st September 2019 when WLTP becomes mandatory for light commercial vehicles too.

“However, since there is no benefit in kind tax implication to their CO2 ratings, it may be a less stressful process. Unless of course the Government decides to shift the rules around taxation.”

For advice and support with moving to a greener, low emission fleet, why not talk to Mark Gallagher on 01536 536 590.

Electric charging point 5 SMALL

‘Green’ Timeline shows key dates for companies with vehicle fleets

Interactive Fleet Management has produced a handy timeline showing key dates relating to ‘green issues’ for companies operating vehicle fleets.

Covering items such as the introduction of WLTP for light commercial vehicles, the adoption of full WLTP for Benefit in Kind (BIK) and Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) purposes, and the dates for Clean Air Zones (CAZ) in cities across the UK, the handy guide is an ideal aide-memoire for busy fleet managers trying stay on top on constant change.

“This is the second timeline we’ve produced in the space of a year,” said Interactive Fleet Management's green fleet specialist, Mark Gallagher.

“With so many dates to contend with, which will affect drivers and companies financially, we felt companies operating fleets of vehicles would appreciate an ‘at-a-glance’ guide to all the key dates so that they can see what changes are on the horizon and can plan for them.

“After the chaos last year over the introduction of WLTP for cars, the date most people will be looking at is 1st September 2019 when WLTP becomes mandatory for light commercial vehicles too.

“However, since there is no benefit in kind tax implication to their CO2 ratings, it may be a less stressful process. Unless of course the Government decides to shift the rules around taxation.”

For advice and support with moving to a greener, low emission fleet, why not talk to Mark Gallagher on 01536 536 590.