News for fleet managers from the TrackCompare team
Fleets expecting lower insurance premiums as whiplash reforms set to be introduced
Fleet operators are expecting to benefit from reduced claims costs and lower vehicle insurance premiums as reforms to the way whiplash injuries are reported come into force.
Crash-for-cash fraudsters target van drivers
Drivers of light commercial vehicles are being deliberately targeted by crash-for-cash fraudsters.
Why do diesel and petrol prices keep falling?
Since the end of July 2014 diesel and petrol have continued to fall in price. On Monday 28th July the price per litre of diesel was 135.63p inc VAT. Today… Read more »
Poll: Third of fleet operators would consider using self-driving vehicles
Almost a third of fleet operators would consider using self-driving vehicles, a week-long survey by the comparison website TrackCompare.co.uk has discovered. Asked Would you consider self-driving vehicles for your fleet?,… Read more »
Poll: 66% of fleet operators believe fines for texting while driving should be increased
Sixty-six per cent of fleet operators believe fines for texting while driving should be increased, a poll by TrackCompare.co.uk has shown.
Tracking linked car insurance policies up 64% but fleet car tracking remains stagnant
Vehicle tracking has instilled fear in the minds of drivers since its launch in the 1990’s. Terms such as big-brother, spying and mistrust are often used by drivers uncomfortable with the technology…. Read more »
Is supermarket fuel still a good deal?
When asked to name the cheapest sites for fuel most of us would say supermarkets. Their reputation results from consistently low prices and promotions linked to weekly shops designed to… Read more »
Lloyd’s and specialists meet demand for electric-vehicle fleet insurance
Lloyd’s syndicates and specialist companies are meeting UK demand for electric-vehicle fleet insurance in the absence of the major insurers.