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Doubling the ZOE’s range takes it into the mainstream company car market, says Steve Moody.
Plug-in hybrid 3 Series is high on driver appeal, but suits a very specific user. Alex Grant explains.
Vauxhall will join the highly competitive C-SUV sector at the end of the year, previewing the Grandland X SUV ahead of its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.
Can Skoda’s new large SUV give the brand yet another opportunity in fleet? By Steve Moody.
A new testing regime is being introduced later this year aimed at providing a more accurate reflection of a car’s fuel economy and emission. Julian Kirk finds out what’s in store.
Ensuring zero tolerance for accidents on autonomous cars will require UK roads to be perfect.
Local authorities can now bid for a share of £490m to target congested local roads.
A crash-for-cash fraudster linked to a gang with hundreds of claims for personal injury has received a two-year prison sentence for conspiracy to defraud.
BCA is to undertake a major expansion to its operation in Bedford to build capacity and enhance the range of services available.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has launched a pilot scheme that will develop a new solution to report income and expenses online.
Security specialist BusinessWatch has implemented the Triplog GPS vehicle tracking and mileage claim system across its 21-strong vehicle fleet.
Scotland’s councils made a £40.3m profit from parking charges and penalty income in 2015-16.
Alphabet GB has appointed Stefan Oswald as chief financial officer.
Corporate vehicle rental provider Nexus is rolling out a new damage resolution system to cut timescales and enhance its service.
The price of fuel fell by more than 2.5p a litre in March bringing the average price of petrol down to 117.54p and diesel to 119.54p, data from RAC Fuel Watch reveals.
Vauxhall has revealed its latest-generation Insignia Country Tourer, marking the third variant in the Insignia line-up.
The UK’s new car market grew by 8.4% in March, making it the biggest month since records began, according to figures published by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). Fleets and businesses ... Read More »
Fleets are being urged to have their say a new HMRC consultation document that questions whether flat rate expenses such as Approved Mileage Allowance Payments (AMAPs) are still appropriate.
More than 16% of companies with grey fleet drivers carry out no risk checks at all, according to new data compiled by fleet management specialist CLM.