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Dragintra offers multiple standardised training programs for fleet managers and drivers. Besides these training programs Dragintra also offers the possiblity to follow customized…
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Number of petrol cars has fallen sharply

11/01/2010   -   Preference for diesel is not limited to the fleet world. Over the last twenty years, the total number of petrol drivers in this country has fallen dramatically.

In 1990, petrol cars accounted for just over 65 percent of overall car sales; by 2009, that figure had fallen to just 25 percent, despite the fact that the difference between petrol and diesel at the pump has, relatively speaking, not increased. This is what De Zondag reports today. The figures for the past twenty years say enough. In 1990, some 498,698 passenger cars were sold, of which 331,085 or 65 percent of the total were petrol-driven. Today, the situation has reversed. Of all passenger cars sold in 2009 (476,194), just under 25 percent (116,702) were petrol-driven, even though diesel has proportionally become more expensive over that time. What the new tax rules for company cars will bring in 2010 remains of course to be seen.

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