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FleetVision offers support on IFRS16 implementation
Sales of Alternative Fuel Vehicles continue to rise across Europe
Oil companies to go down an electric route, says new report
Drivers on business trips more likely to take risks shows Axa research
Three sources predict car sharing will grow across Europe
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Welcome to our latest newsletter!

A very warm welcome to our latest newsletter. In this issue, we reveal  that sales of Alternative Fuelled Vehicles continue to rise across Europe, while the writing seems firmly on the wall for petrol and diesel power as the major oil companies look to add recharging to their forecourts. Meanwhile, our fleet consultancy arm, FleetVision, is offering advice and support on the implementation of the new rules for lease accounting under IFRS16.


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FleetVision offers support on IFRS16 implementation
 

FleetVision, the consultancy arm within the Fleet Logistics Group, is offering detailed advice, analysis and assessment in the run-up to the introduction of the new lease accounting standard, IFRS16, which becomes mandatory from next January.

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Sales of Alternative Fuel Vehicles continue to rise across Europe
 

Registrations of alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) across the European Union rose by 51.4% in the third quarter of this year compared to the same period last year, according to the latest figures from ACEA, the European manufacturers’ trade association.

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Oil companies to go down an electric route, says new report
 

Transport demand for oil will flat-line around 2030 due to the rise of electric vehicles, according to a new report, The Rise and Fall of Black Gold, by energy consultancy Wood Mackenzie.

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Drivers on business trips more likely to take risks shows Axa research
 

New research from insurance provider AXA in France shows that drivers on work-related journeys are more likely to take risks behind the wheel, use their mobile phones, speed or drive while fatigued.

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Three sources predict car sharing will grow across Europe
 

Car sharing is set to increase across Europe with probable impacts on car sales and the total European fleet size, according to new research from three sources.

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