DRIVING INTELLIGENCE

DRIVING TECHNOLOGY

How is technology re-defining the business fleet? Read the latest insights and updates on present and future vehicle technologies.

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Expert analysis on the important changes for company car vehicles.

MANAGING GREY FLEET

Learn more about what Grey Fleet is, how to mitigate the risks of private vehicles used for business and understand how to best manage them.

ABOUT OUR DRIVING INTELLIGENCE SERIES

These reports and expert views are based on the findings of our recent driver and fleet decision maker surveys. Through Driving Intelligence, we will not only share those results, but use them as a reference point from which to discuss a number of key issues impacting fleet decision-makers and policy-makers.

Our reports have been put together by our team of experienced consultants who provide guidance on how to respond to any challenges or risks highlighted by the survey. It is part of our commitment to encourage more effective fleet decision making accross the sector.

DRIVING TECHNOLOGY

The latest report in our Driving Intelligence series

Driving Technology

Technology is redefining the shape, size and needs of the business fleet. As we head towards fully automomous vehicles, how will next generation technologies transform the role of the fleet manager and business driver?

ABOUT THIS REPORT

Driving Technology shares the latest insight and updates on present and future vehicle technologies. Learn about the many benefits, including greater safety, enhanced fuel efficiency, clearer vehicle management and cost saving opportunities.

Research details and information sources

The statistics and insight shared in our Driving Intelligence series of reports are based on the findings of two surveys.

SURVEY OF DECISION MAKERS
A survey of 288 people wholly or jointly responsible for managing the vehicle fleets of their organisation. The survey was conducted online by an independent research company and it took respondents around 15 minutes to complete the survey.

The sample was a mix of those working for large, medium and small companies, with a corresponding mix of fleet sizes – 43% had 1-10 vehicles in their fleet; 9% had more than 250.

SURVEY OF DRIVERS
A survey of 1,007 employees who either drove a company car (501 people) or had a privately-owned car (506 people).

The survey was conducted online by an independent market research company and took around 15 minutes for respondents to complete.

STATISTICAL DATA
Due to the rounding of figures, not all breakdowns added up to exactly 100%. Figures in corresponding charts within this report were thus adjusted to ensure the totals added up to 100%.

ADDITIONAL RESEARCH
The report also draws on guidance and findings from a number of Government departments and other reputable sources.