Wikifleet Germany now online
Global Fleet has launched another country to its online fleet market encyclopaedia, and an important one at that. Wikifleet Germany gives a full overview of all essential data and facts for the automotive and fleet management sector in the largest European economy.
In a total of 12 chapters, Global Fleet experts with the aid of Dataforce have compiled information about the economic and business environment, about the automotive market, its segments and sales, about the general car market and about taxation and legislation.
More comprehensive information about taxation can of course be found in the Taxation Guide, a publication of Global Fleet publisher Nexus Communication.
Wikifleet Germany also looks at costs, including fuel and the TCO equation.
Another chapter discusses the latest trends in safety, insurance and telematics. There is also a chapter that looks at key trends to watch out for.
As is the case with all wiki-inspired websites, users of the site have the opportunity to update the information and to add new details to the Wikifleet page.
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