Making sense of:
EV fleet policy


As part of our VISION series of webinars, we invite you to watch our on-demand webinar. We look at the future of fleet and how decarbonisation is driving transition strategies, the importance of defining an insight and data-led electric vehicle fleet policy and the next steps for getting started and engaging your driver population.

What you will learn

A vital element of a successful transition strategy is a best practice, future-ready EV fleet policy. One that clearly defines how drivers will utilise their EVs and what their responsibilities are, uses driver profiling to offer vehicles that align to your fleet’s requirements and provides expert support on everything from charging to journey planning. Watch now on-demand for expert fleet policy insights and much more…


it’s time to implement a best practice EV fleet policy


strategies you need to implement now for the fleet of tomorrow


to get started with policy review, definition and the delivery of your sustainability goals

Watch our five step video

Take a look at our quick video for some key tips on how to get started with a future-ready EV policy.

It’s important to have a clear picture of your current fleet and its costs before redesigning your fleet policy. Our consultants define bespoke policies to meet financial and sustainability targets.

In a market that continues to develop at pace, it’s essential to plan and track against both your own fleet targets and the UK’s wider sustainability goals. Our consultants are here to ensure your fleet is always moving forward.

Let’s take a look at our five key steps to success…

Step one. Discover your fleet’s true cost.

First, use whole life cost to calculate the cost of running your current fleet – this is your baseline. If you operate commercial vehicles, we’ll also factor in vehicle downtime and any Clean Air Zone charges that apply in the areas you operate.

Step two. Profile your usage.

To understand the exact make-up of your fleet, profile each driver based on location, daily mileage, vehicle size and specification, typical vehicle load and where the vehicle is stored when not in use. Use these profiles to create fleet segments.

Step three. Discover suitable vehicle options.

Match your segments to suitable available electric or low-emitting vehicles that fall within your baseline cost.

Step four. Define and communicate.

Produce a policy that tells drivers how to utilise their EV and what their responsibilities are. Share your policy and offer EV gurus to support your drivers with their decisions.

And five… Analyse, analyse, analyse

In a market that continues to develop at pace, it’s essential to plan and track against both your own fleet targets and the UK’s wider sustainability goals.

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Making sense of: EV fleet policy

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