Fleet Discount News

Anti-whalers swimming in hypocrisy

Friday November 27, 2009
You can't blame Japan for ignoring lectures from the selectively caring.

Tiger Hunts Asia, Wants Fleet Of Four To Be 30

Wednesday July 30, 2008
TIGER Airways Australia will lobby the Rudd Government to allow it to fly internationally, with its sights set on Malaysia.

Tiger Hunts Asia, Wants Its Fleet Of Four To Be 30

Wednesday July 30, 2008
TIGER Airways Australia will lobby the Federal Government to allow it to fly internationally, with its sights set on Malaysia.

Phew. Fleet Feet Evade Falling Roof

Tuesday February 26, 2008
Michael Evans, like the shareholders, was the last to know.

Car Tax Cuts Neither Here Nor There

Tuesday May 1, 2007
THE Victorian Government's intention to cut vehicle taxes, announced last Friday by Treasurer John Brumby, is a mixed blessing. The cuts, to take effect from today's budget, represent the first overhaul to this state's vehicle stamp-duty rates for nearly 20 years. They have been welcomed by car manufacturers and auto groups, who see the reductions of up to almost 40 per cent as a boost for sales of locally made cars as well as encouraging the replenishment of an ageing car fleet. Conversely, ...

Car Giants Ponder How To Stop The Fleet Car "churn"

Thursday July 20, 2000
Recommended retail prices of Australia's locally-made cars could come down a little further if the local manufacturers are successful in stopping some fleet customers from turning over cars every few months to make a profit. This "short cycling", as Ford president Geoff Polites refers

Boss's Mate Got Land Council Discount

Friday June 20, 1997
A former deputy director of the NSW Aboriginal Land Council, Mr Mohommed Ishaq, agreed yesterday that he had signed a land council tax exemption certificate for a friend and allowed him to take advantage of a fleet discount to buy a vehicle for about 75 per cent of the ordinary purchase price. Mr

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