What Car? and Skoda have teamed up to launch a new online portal to help company car drivers get the best from their schemes, including an all-new tax calculator to quickly and easily reveal the financial implications of running every car on sale in the UK.
The platform was created to support the UK’s estimated 850,000 company car drivers; as well as the online tax calculator, bespoke news and advice demystifying the process of running a company car and recommending hints and tips to get the most from such schemes have been created by What Car?’s editorial team.
Visitors will also have easy access to What Car?’s market-leading, independent new car editorial reviews of every car on sale.
Rachael Prasher, managing director of What Car? and Haymarket Automotive, said: “The company car market remains a strong and critical part of the wider automotive market, yet navigating your way through the benefits and pitfalls remains tricky, especially with the enticing but rapidly changing Benefit-in-Kind rates of taxation on electrified cars.
“We’ve created this portal to be a hub of everything you need to know about choosing and running a company car, from our core mission of helping you get the best car for your budget through to breaking down the jargon. Our leading editorial content, the new company car tax calculator and our traditional SEO strength should put us in a position to lead the market in this area, and it’s fantastic to be able to do that in association with the Skoda brand.”
Henry Williams, Skoda UK Head of Fleet, said: “What Car? is a trusted partner for those researching their next car and we’re delighted to support the launch of their new online platform for company car drivers. Skoda’s ongoing success in the company car sector is down to innovation and understanding what customers want, not only in our cars but also in the service we provide. The online portal will be hugely beneficial to business drivers by giving them all the information they need in one easily accessible place.”
What Car? has been helping Britain’s motorists for more than 45 years through its website, magazine, video and social channels, and its reviews are widely regarded as the most comprehensive source of car-buying advice.
The What Car? website attracts 2.2m unique users and more than 12m page impressions every month*.