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Companies at the forefront of sustainable fleet management are being urged to enter this year’s Fleet Hero Awards, which are now open for entries.
Trials of connected and driverless cars are to move onto UK streets by the end of this year as the UK Autodrive consortium completes its final set of private test track demonstrations.
Driving for Better Business is marking its 10th anniversary with a new three-year programme to engage with employers in both the private and public sector.
Motorway service stations and large fuel retailers will be required to install EV charge points under legislation planned for in the Queen’s Speech.
Kia has revealed more details for its forthcoming Stonic compact crossover, which will rival models such as the Nissan Juke and Renault Captur.
Switching business-critical and high-mileage fleets to EVs and plug-in hybrids would cost fleets more and impact on day-to-day operations.
Employers, national governments and the EU are being urged to take action to tackle work-related road risk, as latest estimates suggest that up to 40% of all road deaths in Europe are work-related.
All the key news in fleet from the last week… The CIEH says central government must take responsibility for air quality issues rather than passing the burden to local authorities. Air quality plans unfairly ... Read More »
The number of new ultra low emission vehicle (ULEV) registrations in the UK has nearly doubled since 2015, with ULEVs continuing to hold a growing market share of all new registrations.
Unveiled in Berlin, the latest iteration of the Polo takes a step up in space and technology, as Alex Grant explains.
Fuel prices have been cut by up to 2ppl across all four main supermarkets following a drop in wholesale prices.
Nissan has revealed its facelifted X-Trail, which goes on sale this August with a range of updates, including new Propilot semi-autonomous technology, and increased load carrying capacity.
Fleet decision-makers including non-ACFO members are being urged to nominate the leading vehicles, initiatives and companies in the industry for this year’s ACFO Awards.
The Government’s recently announced air quality plans unfairly shift the burden on solving the problem to local authorities and should instead put the focus on action from central government.