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Tesla has given a sneak preview of its forthcoming Model Y electric compact crossover with a teaser image.
European Union transport ministers have formally agreed a target of halving the number of people seriously injured on EU roads by 2030 from their 2020 level.
ICFM’s second Masterclass put the focus on managing work-related road safety, with fleets being urged to make a ‘cultural change’.
New tax rules on salary sacrifice have not dented their appeal nor their popularity with fleets, according to Tusker.
Residual values for petrol cars have seen a gradual uplift over the last year compared to their diesel counterparts, latest data from Glass’s suggests.
The estate version of BMW’s seventh-gen 5 Series Touring is now on sale, bringing new chassis technology and increased boot capacity.
Kia is to launch a compact crossover later this year, dubbed Stonic and providing a rival to the Nissan Juke.
Apple’s new iOS 11 update for the iPhone will bring a new feature to help fleets cut down on driver distraction.
TMC has published new advice for fleets on reimbursing mileage for electric and plug-in hybrid cars (PHEVs).
SEAT UK is looking to continue its growth in true fleet volumes under the appointment of Justin Costello as national fleet sales manager.
Nissan has appointed Iker Lazzari as its UK fleet sales director, effective immediately.
A management buyout has injected a multi-million pound investment from Rutland Partners into Aston Barclay Group.
Fleet and private registrations declined in May, with overall diesel take-up also showing a large downturn.
ALD Automotive UK is to run an in-house trial of plug-in hybrids to monitor and assess the real-world performance across a range of driving styles, terrains and mileages.
Renault has launched a new diesel GT Mégane alongside its existing 202bhp petrol flagship model.