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SEAT’s days as a fleet outsider may be changing as a result of a new dealer initiative. Curtis Hutchinson, editor of Motor Trader, reports.
The Insider ponders whether the blanket approach to AMAPs has had its day.
The NFDA’s newly published Dealer Attitude Survey sheds light on the relationship between car manufacturers and their dealers. Motor Trader editor Curtis Hutchinson reports.
Fleetondemand CEO, Justin Whitston puts forward the case for Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) and Internet of Things (IoT) with examples of initiatives already disrupting the way we travel in 2017. Fleetondemand CEO, Justin Whitston. Mobility-as-a-Service is ... Read More »
A new VED regime will quietly be ushered in on 1 April 2017 and will have a significant impact on some user-choosers. Curtis Hutchinson, editor of Motor Trader, reports.
This year will see Citroën accelerate the move to make DS a standalone brand, but what will this mean to fleet customers? Curtis Hutchinson, editor of Motor Trader, reports.
The increasing integration of technology with fleet vehicles creates issues of clarity and security, says The Insider.
Fleets are increasingly exploring the potential of motorbikes but the risks must be taken into account, reckons The Insider.
Raj Singh, MD of workforce management specialist Crystal Ball, on the importance of staff retention and a commitment to standing out from the crowd.
There must be an easier way to handle end-of-contract charges, reckons The Insider.
Scott Chesworth, operations director at RAM Tracking, looks at how to prepare fleet vehicles for winter driving.
What do dealers really think of the brands they represent and what does this mean to fleets? Curtis Hutchinson, editor of Motor Trader, reports.
Chris McClellan, CEO and co-founder of RAM Tracking, on the challenges of developing a business.
RAC Telematics managing director Nick Walker looks at the issue of overcoming driver concerns to telematics.
Investing in safety tech is useless without driver eduction, reckons The Insider.