Fuel Cards for Small Business - How, why, and where you’ll save money

Rory Deegan - Online Marketing Manager | 15/03/2017 12:31:13 PM

At times, the troubles of managing a small business can be overwhelming. Every entrepreneur eventually realises that running a business is about more than simply going to the wall with a great idea. Logistics, employee management, taxes, and production problems will pose obstacles along the way. The wise small business owner will find ways to simplify and streamline their operation, minimising these problems as much as possible. Fuel Management For businesses that have employees on th...

Can your business save money with fuel cards

Cindy Anthony - Marketing Assistant | 27/02/2017 10:49:44 AM

With the cost of living constantly going up, who wants to spend extra money on rising fuel costs? I certainly don’t. And I imagine most business owners would agree, especially those who own fleets of vehicles. If you think about it, when you add up how much is spent on fuel each month, the savings from discounted fuel could be significant. A popular solution amongst fleet owners for reducing monthly fuel expenses is fuel cards. How exactly do fuel cards work? Fuel cards work by ...

Fleetcare - Celebrating 25 Years

Jess Wallace | 22/10/2014 3:05:57 PM

'When we established Fleetcare 25 years ago we didn’t want to be like other fleet management companies. We wanted to create a business that was inspired by customers and dedicated to delivering a first class service. Rather than relying on our purchasing power to secure sales, we listened intently to our customers and tasked ourselves with saving them time and money in the most unlikely places – from fuel consumption and maintenance, to roadside recovery and management inf...

Interview with a Formula One Motorsport Fabricator

Jess Wallace | 1/09/2014 3:29:29 PM

Formula One racing is a topic which people hear about throughout the racing year however a lot is unknown about what really goes in to making these amazing vehicles which can travel to excess speeds of 300km/h. This week we were lucky enough to speak with Motorsport Fabricator Rob Dowe who works with Aussie Daniel Ricciardo’s team Red Bull Racing F1 in the UK. Here is a bit about Rob and what it is like to work for Red Bull Racing F1. 1) Where do you currently work and what is...

The youngest driver in Formula One history

Jess Wallace | 25/08/2014 3:47:54 PM

This week it was announced that Max Verstappen will replace Jean-Eric Vergne in Red Bull’s development team - Toro Rosso.  With Max’s debut in the next Formula One season at the tender age of 17 this will make him the youngest driver in Formula One History. Who is Max Verstappen? Max Verstappen is the son of Jos Verstappen and is currently racing in the European F3 championship. Father Jos raced for Formula One between 1994 and 2003 alongside Michael Schumacher for the Benet...

Comprehensive guide to motor vehicle insurance

Kirsten Brent | 17/04/2014 11:42:25 AM

Motor vehicle insurance is often considered a costly and inconvenient part for both individual motorists and when running a fleet. While the world of car insurance may seem like you are going out to battle in a minefield, knowing the basics and some tips of how to save can be crucial to getting the best deal whilst still protecting your vehicle. This article gives an overview of car insurance in Australia as well as how to save time and money and cover your car from any unforeseen circumstanc...

Geneva Motor Show 2014 Highlights

Kirsten Brent | 24/03/2014 3:45:56 PM

The famous Geneva Motor Show just wrapped up in the Swiss city, running from the 6th to the 16th of March 2014. Geneva is one of the biggest events on the automotive calendar, with many major car makers unveiling new models and concept cars. We take a look at some of our favourite cars from Geneva, and some of the new cars that will be shaping our driving future. Audi TT Update and TT Quattro Sport Concept One of the most anticipated debuts from Geneva was undoubtedly that of the new ...

The world’s most valuable and powerful car brands

Kirsten Brent | 24/02/2014 2:32:26 PM

When it comes to brand recognition, car brands have to be near the top of the list. It is almost impossible to escape automotive advertising on TV or online, or leave home without seeing many different car badges on vehicles. Auto manufacturers also have some of the most valuable brands in the world – hardly surprising considering that the global automotive industry had revenues of $918,644.4 million in 2012. So which car brands are the most valuable, and which are the most powerful? We...

Top selling cars in Australia 2013

Kirsten Brent | 7/01/2014 8:24:59 AM

It’s hard to believe that a New Year is upon us already, and here at Fleetcare that means one thing – our annual roundup of the previous year’s car sales figures. As we all know, a lot can change in a year, or even in six months in the automotive world as shown by our mid-year analysis. So which cars appealed to the Australian public in 2013? We take a look at the sales figures and what they mean for the automotive industry heading into 2014. Top 10 best-selling vehicles 20...

Top 10 cars series; India’s top selling cars UPDATE 2012 & 2013

Kirsten Brent | 4/10/2013 11:13:04 AM

With over one billion residents, India has the second highest population. With so many people and such a large country (the seventh largest by area), it is hardly surprising that they also have one of the largest automotive sectors in the world. India car sales reached a new high in 2012, up a whopping 14% year-on-year compared to 2011. With the Indian car market growing so rapidly, how do the 2013 sales to July and full 2012 sales compare with previous year’s figures? We did a comp...

Top ten car series; Chinas top selling cars UPDATE 2013

Kirsten Brent | 16/08/2013 1:10:21 PM

When examining automotive sales in other countries, it is hardly surprising that one of the first countries that come to mind is China – they are the largest country in terms of population after all, with over one billion people. Along with their rapidly industrialising economy and culture also comes an increase in car sales. When comparing the top ten of 2013 so far to the 2010 sales figures it is interesting to see a complete shakeup of the top ten. Because of the drastic changes,...

Top 10 car series Indonesias top selling cars UPDATE 2012 & 2013

Kirsten Brent | 9/08/2013 1:40:15 PM

2012 was a big year for the Indonesian car market – for the first time in history over one million vehicles were registered in a single year. This figure is hardly surprising considering the large jumps in market growth over the last few years – in 2012 car sales were up 25% on 2011 and 46% in 2010. With the country’s vehicle sector growing at such a rapid rate, the top ten is more interesting than ever as we watch car makers compete for a chunk of this massive market. While...

Top 10 car series; Brazil’s top selling cars UPDATE 2012 & 2013

Kirsten Brent | 16/07/2013 2:36:48 PM

In 2011 we took a look at the top ten selling cars in Brazil and marvelled at how their economy was booming in the face of the global economic meltdown. Brazil's economy has gone from strength to strength since our last article. This is even more evident when looking at the countries car sales figures. The new car market in Brazil was up 6% year-on-year in 2012, placing it as the 4th largest car market in the world. The country saw a record breaking 3,634,421 new car registrations, an...

The car sales top 10 January to May 2013 – The year so far

Kirsten Brent | 21/06/2013 3:49:03 PM

One year is a long time in the world of the automotive industry – a lot can change in terms of popular models and sales figures. In what has become a tradition here at Fleetcare, midway through the year we examine the sales figures and make predictions about which models will be on top at the end of the year.  How do the 2013 sales figures differ from statistics taken at this time last year? We take a look at the state of play for the year so far and ponder what the sales chart wil...

Holden’s Battle against Cheap Import Cars

Kendall Broun - Marketing & Brand Manager | 7/06/2013 12:35:47 PM

The trend against locally made cars in Australia has been strong for quite some time, with buyers looking more favourably at cheaper imported models and there appears to be no sign of this abating. Australia’s strongest local car brand Holden, owned by General Motors, is finding it increasingly hard to compete with competitors, especially overseas manufacturers.  According to released this year, Australians bought more Hyundai vehicles than Holden in March 2013; something that...

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