Stephen Briers, Editor-in-Chief of Fleet News says there is nothing inherently wrong with having a grey fleet. There are plenty of examples where grey fleet happily co-exists with a company fleet but good management takes admin time, the right processes and resource.
He says grey fleet will become a more pressing issue for a variety of reasons and there is simply no excuse for companies to allow staff to drive around unchecked in their own vehicles.
You can read Stephen’s full article in our Grey Fleet Review
Our Grey Fleet Review contains the following articles:
John Prior – Chair, ACFO
A new word has entered our lexicon and it is ‘Mobility’
Simon Turner – Campaign Manager, Driving for Better Business
Has Britain begun to change its travel habits? Does grey fleet have a future?
Stephen Briers – Editor-in-Chief, Fleet News
Far too few companies manage their grey fleet drivers adequately.
Can You Really Ditch Your Grey Fleet?
Enterprise show how it could save you time and reduce both costs and emissions.
On a Wing and a Prayer
Research shows that grey fleet drivers across Europe are not undertaking basic vehicle maintenance.
New BVRLA strategy to address grey fleet problem
Excessive costs and emissions means grey fleet is an issue that needs to move with the times.
Out of Control
Companies are losing essential controls for monitoring safety, emissions and compliance.
Why your true grey fleet may be bigger than you think
Many businesses with active grey fleets simply do not realise the level of responsibility they have.
1 in 5 Drivers Fail Insurance Checks
Expenses experts Selenity found 21% of grey fleet drivers are failing insurance checks and may not be eligible to drive for work purposes.
How do our Champions manage Grey Fleet?
Examples of how a selection of our Driving for Better Business Champions manage their grey fleet.