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Workplace parking levy in London and other news

Fleet management news
Fleet management news

In this round-up, we look at the potential new workplace parking levy for London, news that up to 4/5ths of fleets may be breaking the law, a comprehensive checklist that could save lives and South African police officers driving around in their own vehicles!

London looks at workplace parking levy
In a bid to cut harmful emissions in the capital, the Mayor of London and Transport for London (TfL) have suggested that a workplace parking levy may be on it's way, reports FleetNews.
Up to four-fifths of fleets are breaking the law
Many businesses are unintentionally breaking the law, because they are unaware of their legal obligations, especially with regards to grey fleet management, says Fleet News in this informative article.
Comprehensive pre-use checks could and would save lives
Completing comprehensive pre-use checks 'could and would' save lives and should form a vital part of any fleet management system. A checklist from Goog to Go Safety encourages regular pre-drive safety checks to be carried out in line with best practice guidelines by ROSPA and the DfT (Department for Transport).
Fleet management software news
A shortage of spare parts in South Africa has led to many police vehicles being taken off the roads. It's now said that officers are using their own vehicles. Left without roadworthy vehicles after the Pretoria High Court cancelled a 1.96 billion rand (£108m) contract to supply spare parts to the service, officers are being forced to use their own cars for police work. The duty of care and health and safety issues raised by this approach make us shudder!

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