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Increase in Grey Fleet

29 June 2011

Fleet News reports that cash for car arrangements appear to be falling out of favour, according to the latest quarterly Company Car Trends research from GE Capital, Fleet Services.

The research, which surveys 300 fleet decision makers, suggests that the percentage of companies offering a cash payment instead of a company car has fallen from 36% to 25% in the last two years
 

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