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Vehicle downtimeBalfour News digestBeattyThames WaterCar Recruitmentreviews???????? ContinuedBVRLA warns of electric vehicle knowledge gapWith little detailed information on vehicle perform-ance, warranty terms or the wear and tear of parts and components, the BVRLA claims its members have virtually nothing to go on when trying to set residual values or predict maintenance and repair costs for electric vehicles.Read more...FTA launches Guide to Van ExcellenceA scheme to improve the image and quality of van fleets was launched at the Commercial Vehicle Show with the Freight Transport Association's Guide to Van Excellence. The guide covers areas such as vehicle condition, safe working, driver licensing, compliance and training, and will be regularly updated to keep track of changes in the fast-growing van sector.Read more...Manufacturers splinter over diesel futureFleet operators could see their choice of diesel products reduced over the next few years with some car manufacturers turning their back on the fuel in mainstream products. Manufacturers, such as Toyota, believe new regulations on emissions will soon tip the balance in favour of petrol engines.Read more...Four new 'business champions' Four new organisations have joined the Driving for Better Business campaign as 'business champions'. Enterprise Managed Services, ING Car Lease UK, MITIE and Masternaut have become the latest employers to promote the message that good management of at-work drivers makes business sense.Read more...PwC signs EV rental deal PwC will pilot two 100% electric vehicles at the firm's central London offices as part of a new scheme to lower the firm's overall transport emis-sions. The deal with Hertz will encourage employees to swap taxi journeys of over six miles with booking the cars from the firm's central London offices in Westminster or Southwark.Read more...LeasePlan enjoys growth across all operationsGrowth for LeasePlan last year came from all four of its brands, something that has not happened for at least five years. The small fleet sector via the Network broker division saw a return to growth first in 2010, although that was as much about LeasePlan's decision to work with fewer, more professional brokers as it was a signal of market strength.Read more...