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Standard set-up fees for new customers are being scrapped by FleetCheck in a move that the company says will set a precedent in the fleet software sector. Peter Golding, managing director, says that the charges are a legacy from a time when implementing IT solutions was much more difficult than today, and that there is a limited justification for now continuing to make them part of a normal pricing structure. He explained: “The whole concept
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Customers are already beginning to express residual values (RV) fears over buying new diesel and petrol cars and vans thanks to the prospect of rapid electrification, FleetCheck is reporting. Through its sister Fleetfind operation, the fleet software company helps its client base source vehicles, and says that buyers are concerned about the prospects for internal combustion engine (ICE) models in the run-up to production ending in 2030. Andy Kirby, customer success director at FleetCheck, said:
No obvious benefits to fleets” in new government autonomy move, says FleetCheck
There are “no obvious benefits to fleets and several potential pitfalls” in newly-announced government moves to make limited autonomous technology legal on UK roads later this year, FleetCheck says. Peter Golding, managing director at the fleet software specialist, said that while his company welcomed the possibilities of autonomous technology, the new plans, which would allow Automated Lane Keeping Systems (ALKS) legal on motorways at speeds up to 37mph, had no obvious purpose beyond perhaps being
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Predicting future mileage when writing new company car leases is going to be a key question for fleets as post-pandemic travel patterns start to emerge, says FleetCheck. Peter Golding, managing director at the fleet software specialist, explained that fleets generally believed company car mileage would remain lower than at pre-coronavirus levels but were unsure about how much. “Most company cars have covered a fraction of their usual mileage in the last 12 months because of