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E.g., 06/2022
Technology
Wednesday, 2 June, 2021

Arval’s first international biodiversity scheme is set to plant 500,000 trees globally by 2025, with one tree planted for each leased electrified vehicle delivered.

Technology
Thursday, 4 March, 2021

As many company car drivers rush to switch to an electric vehicle (EV), sustainable mobility expert, Arval, has launched guidance to help all drivers to cut through some common EV myths.

 

Technology
Monday, 14 December, 2020

Employees who have previously taken cash options are returning to company car schemes in “noticeable” numbers thanks to electric vehicles (EVs), reports Arval UK.

Technology
Tuesday, 13 October, 2020

A “dramatic shift” to electric power will soon be underway for UK businesses that operate vans, according to authoritative research from the Arval Mobility Observatory.

Technology
Monday, 14 September, 2020

More than a third (37%) of companies with fewer than 100 employees either already operate or plan to adopt electric vehicles (EVs) within the next three years, compared to less than a quarter (23%) in 2019.

 

Technology
Tuesday, 8 September, 2020

Improved vehicle security, operational efficiency, driver behaviour and driver safety top the list of reasons why UK fleets use telematics, according to new research from Arval Mobility Observatory.

Technology
Monday, 7 September, 2020

Arval UK’s “rewired” company car scheme for its own staff has already seen almost half of its drivers switch to electric vehicles (EVs) since launching in May.

Technology
Tuesday, 7 July, 2020

The intention of UK businesses to adopt the three main kinds of electrified vehicles has risen rapidly in the last 12 months, according to authoritative new research.

The results show dramatic increases in businesses which report either already using, or are considering to use battery electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids and hybrids, according to the Arval Mobility Observatory report, which gains insight from 5,600 businesses across Europe.

Technology
Tuesday, 7 April, 2020

Electric vehicle (EV) drivers may need to unplug their cars and vans during the coronavirus lockdown in order to reduce the risk of battery damage, Arval UK has suggested.

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