News Tag: Fleet Manager

The Clean Air Strategy could soon be affecting your fleet

Sandicliffe Motor Contracts are offering fleet managers and organisations free consultative advice on how your existing fleet and vehicle policy could be affected by future clean air strategy plans. Last summer, the Department for Environment Food & Rural Services (DEFRA) led by Rt Hon Michael Gove MP published plans for reducing roadside nitrogen dioxide concentrations… Read more »

5 ways to drive your fleet further

5 ways to dirve your fleet further

With cost reduction and improved efficiency high on every business’s agenda for 2017, making your company’s vehicle fleet cheaper and easier to run could play a huge part in making this a reality. We understand that things take time to get right and quick fixes are often just that – a quick fix that doesn’t… Read more »

Life of a Fleet Manager: Is it time to move to Fuel Cards?

You find them everywhere… your pockets, the glovebox, crammed in your desk drawer, down the back of the sofa or stuffed and crumpled in your wallet and purse, lost amongst various shopping coupons, lottery tickets and old betting slips. Tea stained, torn and dog eared, those poor fuel receipts! We treat them so unkindly but… Read more »

Life of a Fleet Manager: End of contract recharges

The dreaded day has arrived… it’s end of contract day for a handful of your leased cars. This is your only real chance to see the how the vehicles have fared during their 36 months of ownership. You take a deep breath. First you check the alloys. Phew, just a few scratches, nothing too serious;… Read more »

Previous Fleet Manager of the Year to Head Up Sales Support

Gary Black, winner of the coveted Fleet News Fleet Manager of the Year title in 2008, has joined Sandicliffe Motor Contracts as its head of sales support. Gary, who previously managed Inspired Gaming’s fleet of 1,500 vehicles, helped them move their fleet operations over to Sandicliffe Motor Contracts following a fully outsourced agreement with the… Read more »