Via data analysis and training seminars we can deliver cost savings to fleet operators by guiding company car users towards the most appropriate vehicle for their needs while giving them the skills and understanding to maximise its efficiency or electric range.
New Benefit In Kind tax rules mean more employees are looking to switch to PHEVs and EVs as their company car. We can ease this transition by giving employees a better understanding of the available powertrain options and helping them to decide which is right for them.
Or whatever car they choose, we can help them drive it more efficiently.
Emissions from petrol, diesel, hybrid and plug-in hybrid company cars all have an effect on the environment. Company car fleet operators have a responsibility to minimise that impact and to help drive the switch to electrified powertrains that has been fuelled by revised company car tax incentives.
Today's growing range of low- and zero-emission electrified powertrains no longer offers a 'one size fits all' solution. What might be right for one employee's use-case scenario might not be right for another's. We can provide businesses with an impartial toolkit of resources to help guide their staff towards the most appropriate company car choice, and we can give employees the knowledge and skills to maximise their cars' efficiency and electric range.
Employees could be encouraged to engage with a CSR policy that has embraced Ecomore’s ‘drive greener’ philosophy. The benefits – reduced CO2 and pollution, cheaper running costs, maximised electric range – are all positive incentives.