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This year’s Institute of Car Fleet Management (ICFM) Annual National Members’ Conference will explore how tomorrow’s company cars will further help to reduce fleet operating costs and improve road safety.
The fleet industry is being urged to work together to tackle cyber security fears to boost the confidence of fleet managers and motorists in an autonomous future.
A new project has launched to examine how the UK’s electricity network can prepare for the increase in electric vehicle ownership and to help develop a solution.
Clean fuel company ITM Power has opened a new public hydrogen refuelling station in Rainham, East London.
Followers of the MPG Marathon eco-driving event will be able to chart competitors’ progress live next week thanks to instant vehicle tracking technology provided by telematics service provider Crystal Ball.
Tusker has updated its daily rental offering, bringing a range of options along with a consultancy approach to identify the most suitable solution for drivers.
Enterprise Car Club is increasing the number of vehicles in its Birmingham scheme to provide businesses and residents with increased access to mobility on demand.
Volvo’s sporty R-Design trim level remains the most popular with company car drivers, analysis of 2016 sales data has found.
Transport for London is to help manage traffic for car drivers in the Capital under a partnership with free traffic and navigation app Waze.
A government initiative to accelerate electric vehicle take-up is likely to start having a “nudge” effect on fleet vehicle choices.
A West Midlands-based car dealership has completely eradicated ‘cash-for-crash’ claims on its branded fleet vehicles using in-vehicle CCTV.
Toyota’s second-generation Prius Plug-in Hybrid is to get an exclusive first drive in next week’s MPG Marathon in advance of its launch next year.
Drivers using private cars for work travel are more likely than company car drivers to break driving laws. That’s the finding of new research by Lex Autolease that also highlights employers’ lack of awareness … Read More »
Self-driving vehicles have undergone trials on UK streets for the first time today (11 October).
CAP HPI has appointed Martin Verrelli as business development director in line with plans to grow its global operations.
Average real-world emissions of Euro 6 cars are 39% over their legal limit, according to new data from Emissions Analytics.
Average used prices reached their highest level so far this year in Q3, with early signs of strong trading in October too.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has launched the second phase of his air quality consultation, which sets out detailed proposals for the early introduction of the Ultra-Low Emission Zone and its expansion, as well as … Read More »
Paul Walters, currently sales director at JCT600 Vehicle Leasing Solutions, is to take over as managing director at the start of next year.
Implementation of average speed cameras cuts the number of crashes resulting in death or serious injury by more than a third, new analysis has found.