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The Norwegians prefer electric cars In March 58 percent of new cars sold in Norway were purely electric, the Norwegian Transport Organization (NRF) said. According to the NRF’s report, the share of electric

A recently published study of the French national institute of statistics and economical studies (INSEE) confirms that employees primarily make use of their car (privately or company owned) to commute to and from

Volkswagen Group sings deal with TomTom Traffic Volkswagen Group and TomTom have decided to extent their existing European deal to provide traffic information to Volkswagen Group vehicles (Volkswagen, Audi, Porsche, Skoda, Lamborghini, Bentley

New VAT reclaim rule in Hungary It became easier to reclaim VAT from the leasing fee of corporate cars from January, said the Hungarian Leasing Association. Change in administration means ease and can

‘No deal’ Brexit is more likely British business leaders have expressed dismay at the uncertainty facing the economy following last night’s rejection by MPs of the withdrawal agreement negotiated between the UK government

New car sales climb almost 18% in 2018 New passenger car sales in Hungary rose 17.5% to 136,601 last year, according to data from Carinfo.hu based on figures compiled by DataHouse. Alone in

For an event with such a long tradition, the Fleet Europe Summit, which concluded on Wednesday in Barcelona, contained an impressive number of firsts. The EV Test-Drive was a particularly popular addition to the rostrum,

23% of employees can choose their company car freely Somewhat surprisingly at times of growing harmonisation and efficiency, 23% of all employees can choose a new company car without any limitations. This implies

Ola Källenius (picture) will become the new CEO of Mercedes-Benz Cars in 2019. He will succeed Dr Dieter Zetsche, who will be proposed becoming the new Chairman of the Supervisory Board at Daimler.

Leasing market up 18% in first half 2018 The total amount financed in the Hungarian leasing market was HUF 329 bn, up 18% from a year earlier. The Hungarian Leasing Association attributes the