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Many people are unaware of the positive impact autonomous vehicles are expected to have on road safety in the UK, despite the fact that 94% of road accidents are caused by human error.
A new concierge service that would take care of servicing, cleaning and refuelling for XC90 and S90 drivers is being trialled by Volvo.
Local authorities in Wales made a ‘profit’ of £13.8m on their parking activities in the last financial year, new research finds.
The Chancellor is being urged to rethink plans to reduce benefits for ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs) drivers ahead of the Autumn Statement on 23 November.
Fuel Card Services is now Cyber Essentials Plus certified after being recognised for its work to protect data.
TomTom has teamed up with Elgin, the creator of roadworks.org, to deliver more accurate and validated real-time traffic information to fleet managers and traffic management professionals.
Fleet managers have named their 2016 ACFO award winners, with three of the seven accolades recognising plug-in cars.
The Ministry of Justice has launched a consultation on proposals that could cut insurance premiums for motorists.
Vauxhall has confirmed details for its third SUV, which joins the line-up from 2017 and will be dubbed the Grandland X.
Growth in the used car market continued in the third quarter of 2016 with a record 2,148,050 vehicles sold and accelerated demand for ultra-low emission vehicles.
An increasing number of motorists are concerned about emissions, with the majority supportive of bolder action, including bans on diesel cars.
Cenex – the UK’s first Centre of Excellence for low carbon technologies – has appointed Steve Carroll to lead its work on helping large fleet owners implement high-impact carbon reduction strategies.
Possible plans by the Government to crack down on diesel emissions should be accompanied by subsidies for affected fleets. So says accountancy firm Menzies LLP in advance of next week’s Autumn Statement.
Over half (58%) of public service organisations believe government policies to reduce vehicle emissions have changed their vehicle fleet strategies, according to research from LeasePlan UK.
Mazda has revealed its second-generation CX-5 compact crossover, which introduces updated design and new technologies including G-Vectoring Control and head-up display.
FleetEurope has launched a new mid-term rental service that it says could save fleets money compared to daily rental as well as offering increased flexibility.
Mercedes-Benz UK and Chargemaster have teamed up to offer customers a home charging solution for their Mercedes or smart electric plug-in vehicle.
A pilot scheme to clamp down on mobile phone use at the wheel through the use of “community spotters” could help drive change but needs to be carefully managed.
Arval, a BNP Paribas subsidiary dedicated to full service vehicle leasing, has reached the one million threshold across the 28 countries where it operates, including a large operation in the UK.