The Arval Mobility Observatory (AMO) annual Fleet Barometer studies, analyses and interprets developments in mobility in its broadest sense, based on over 3,900 in-depth interviews with key decision-makers in 20 countries across a wide range of sectors. The people we spoke to were responsible for anything from one company vehicle to fleets in the thousands, giving us insights into what is happening in mobility across the whole business spectrum, during COVID and beyond.
What does the 2021 Arval Mobility Observatory research cover?
What actions have fleets taken in their day-to-day operations in response to COVID?
Why are fleets more optimistic than ever?
What are the top concerns for fleets over the next five years?
What is the impact on fleet size as we come out of lockdown?
Why are decision makers and employees increasingly turning towards alternative fuel technologies?
So for more insights on topics from the impact of COVID and EV transition to clean air zones and employee mobility, follow this page to download the updates and find out the results of the 2021 Fleet Barometer!
FLEET BAROMETER RESPONSES
Over the past 12 months, the COVID pandemic has been the main topic on everyone’s minds, but what effect has that had on fleets and the mobility industry?
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