WHAT'S THE ARVAL MOBILITY OBSERVATORY FLEET BAROMETER REPORT?
The Arval Mobility Observatory (AMO) annual Fleet Barometer studies, analyses and interprets developments in mobility, based on in-depth interviews with more than 7,500 key decision-makers in 26 countries across a wide range of sectors. The people we speak to are responsible for anything from one company vehicle to fleets in the thousands, giving us insight into what’s happening in mobility across the whole business spectrum. We then break down this information into a number of key trends and findings for the UK, including electrification, sustainable mobility and fleet growth.
WHAT ARE THE KEY FINDINGS FROM THE 2022 ARVAL MOBILITY OBSERVATORY RESEARCH?
A net 27% of organisations are predicting an expansion of their vehicle operations.
This is a major concern over the next five years. Managing the transition to electric vehicles was mentioned by 43% of all respondents.
3 out of 4 fleets reported no effect, possibly due to re-contracting vehicles with lower mileages as a result of the pandemic.
Electricity as a power source
By 2025, fleets expect electricity to be the dominant power source. They predict that only one in four company cars (28%) and half of company vans (50%) will still use petrol or diesel power.
This is the top concern for fleets waiting to switch to electric vehicles. 3 of the 4 top factors mentioned relate to this issue, whether it’s home charging, office charging or publicly available charging.
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