Five things you may have missed on businesscar.co.uk this week
17 March 2017
Author: Daniel Puddicombe
Every Friday, we list the five most important stories from the past week that have gone on businesscar.co.uk that you may have missed. Think of it as an additional newsletter, just more accessible.
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1. Capital's emergency services concerned with cost of ULEZ compliance
London's emergency services have admitted they will struggle to meet the deadline to comply with the Ultra-Low Emission Zone
2. Oxford considers zero-emission zone
Petrol and diesel cars could be banned from the centre of the city.
3. Mazda MX-5 RF review
Convertibles aren't big fleet sellers, but does the addition of a folding hard-top make the RF the most fleet-friendly version of the MX-5?
4. Plug-in, hybrid, EV or hydrogen: Which is best for you?
Battery-powered EVs have garnered all the column inches when it comes to alternative-fuel vehicles, although other forms of propulsion are available. But what's the difference between the various options, and how should fleets decide between them? James Richardson explains all
5. Could fleets adopt flying cars?
Shaun Sadlier ponders whether businesses may lease flying cars in the future.
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