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FORS freezes subscription fees for second year in row

The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) has confirmed a freeze on its annual membership subscription fees for the second year in a row.

Smaller fleets will also benefit from a fee reduction due to a restructure of rates for companies with between one and five vehicles.

John Hix, FORS director, said: “This shows that FORS is very much in tune with the operating community and the demands it faces with the cost of running commercial vehicle fleets – whatever their size and make-up.

“We enjoyed a good deal of positive feedback at our FORS Members’ Conference and, quite rightly, operating costs, were uppermost in the minds of members. So, we wanted to make sure our fees are as keen as possible and we will remain receptive to member feedback.”

From 17 February, FORS will apply a flat rate of £80 per vehicle for fleets with up to five vehicles. A discount of £15 will be applied to single-vehicle operators, who will then pay a reduced fee of just £65.



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