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Environmental law group ClientEarth is to take the Government to court for a third time as it says new air quality plans have “major flaws” and must be revised.
All the key news in fleet from the last week… The rates bring a 1ppm decrease for larger-engined petrol cars. HMRC publishes latest advisory fuel rates HMRC has published updated advisory fuel rates (AFRs), which ... Read More »
The DVLA is being called on to supply third-party licence checking providers with more data to stamp out the “small but growing” problem of counterfeit driving licences.
Skoda has added a bespoke trim for fleets to its new Kodiaq large SUV.
Alphabet GB Limited has brought together its daily rental and extended rental offerings under a single Rental Services approach to provide a fully integrated mobility package.
Skoda is updating its flagship Superb model for 2018 with new infotainment, comfort and driver assistance features.
The top 10 hot spots for parking tickets have been revealed, as new research finds more than 2.7 million parking tickets have been handed out in the last three years.
A new affinity scheme is to launch from Total Motion, providing a valuable employee benefit that can also help firms deal with grey fleet risk management issues.
HMRC has published updated advisory fuel rates (AFRs), which are effective from 1 June.
Red Bull has deployed 42 new SEAT Leons for its sales force fleet, marking the first time the energy drink brand has used either petrol vehicles or SEAT models on its fleet.
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.
All the key news in fleet from the last week… Last year saw the European Commission publish a list of 19 safety technologies that it is considering to make mandatory. Campaign to make autonomous ... Read More »
Diesel registrations in Europe declined 15% in April, ensuring the fuel type has lost its dominance of the car market.