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A new report by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport examines a range of issues relating to transport over the next 25 years and looks at potential new technologies. We review the findings.
Mitsubishi Motors UK has raised its volume ambitions to 30,000 units this fiscal year, up from 26,000 in 2016/17, with that growth underpinned by a much bigger focus on fleets.
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Diesel registrations in Europe declined 15% in April, ensuring the fuel type has lost its dominance of the car market.
Fleetdrive Electric has launched a new electric vehicle charging solution designed specifically for fleets.
The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) has called on all political parties to commit to an overhaul of road safety in the next Parliament.
The European Commission is being urged to make a number of autonomous features mandatory on new cars, vans and trucks to help reduce deaths and serious injuries on European roads.
Fleet-decision makers are not being given “thorough and honest” advice on vehicle procurement, leaving them exposed to risk in the event of circumstances changing.
The advent of the connected car will transform the face of the fleet industry but fleets must act now to embrace ‘big data’ and ensure they don’t fall foul of forthcoming data protection legislation.
Although smart motorways are becoming increasingly common across the UK, millions of motorists are unaware what to do in the event of an emergency on them.
Skoda has revealed its new Karoq SUV, which will indirectly replace the Yeti, providing a more mainstream C-SUV.
The BVRLA has appointed Matt Dyer as its new chairman following its AGM.
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Fleets and drivers changing tyres earlier than the legal tread limit are wasting money, harming the environment and potentially impacting on the tyre’s safety performance.