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Ford for Business
Ford for Business
A guide to Ford's services and products including the latest news stories for Fleet Managers.
The Chancellor’s Budget 2010
The Chancellor’s Budget 2010
The Chancellor’s Budget for 2010 was announced yesterday and we’ve identified the key changes that are pertinent to you as a fleet manager.
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Annual investment allowance (AIA)
Annual investment allowance (AIA)
Annual investment allowance (AIA) replaced the previous capital allowance system in April 2008 and is effectively a 100% first-year allowance for business expenditure on all assets categorised as plant and machinery, including commercial vehicles.
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Drive down costs with Focus ECOnetic
Drive down costs with Focus ECOnetic
The Focus ECOnetic combine performance, comfort and convenience with great fuel economy of 70.6mpg and CO2 emissions of just 104g/km.
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Transit "45 Year" Celebration: Transit Sapphire
Transit "45 Year" Celebration: Transit Sapphire
2010 is the 45th year of production of the Ford Transit in Britain and it has now been market leader every year since its launch in 1965.
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Versatile Transit hailed as ‘a perfect solution’
Versatile Transit hailed as ‘a perfect solution’
Tool supplier Hilti invests in 55 specially-equipped demonstration vans.
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Ford Speed Limiter technology
Ford Speed Limiter technology
According to figures published by car safety organisation Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme), 42,000 motorists die on Europe’s roads each year and in many cases, excess speed is to blame. Accidentally going too fast is not only potentially dangerous, it can also result in criminal convictions and fines.
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