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James Douglas, head of fleet at Audi, is to move to Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles as head of sales operations from June.
Prestige Fleet Servicing has added a new VehicleTrak function to its mainstream Unity operating platform to provide fleet managers with real-time updates on the progress of SMR work.
BP and Esso fuel card users now have access to an expanded network under a reciprocal fuel card acceptance agreement.
Fleet manufacturers, leasing firms and dealerships have been recognised for their work in the 2017 Experteye awards.
The updated Volkswagen Golf GTE is now available to order, bringing reduced pricing, a new trim line-up and emissions starting from 38g/km.
Hyundai will launch a compact crossover named the Kona later this year, entering one of the fastest-growing segments of the UK market.
Vehicle fleet solutions provider Alliance Asset Management has rebranded as AAM Group to better reflect the company’s range of solutions.
The DVSA has outlined its five-year strategy, which will look to enhance road safety through a series of measures, including enhanced MoTs and driver testing.
Mazda has released pricing and specification details for its new CX-5, which introduces new technologies including G-Vectoring Control and head-up display.
The Scottish Government has launched a consultation on parking including on support for parking incentives for ULEV drivers and on the impact of pavement parking and parking enforcement.
The board of ICFM has re-elected Paul Hollick as its chairman at its AGM.
Jaama has restructured and expanded its customer service department in response to client feedback to provide a more streamlined service.
Home-visiting optician and hearing specialist, The Outside Clinic, has taken delivery of 34 V40 and V60 models after signing a solus agreement.
The DVLA has published its strategic plan for the next three years, including improving services for corporate customers and enhancing fitness-to-drive notifications as well as becoming a hub for digital motoring and tackling Vehicle … Read More »
Business Secretary Greg Clark has announced plans for the first phase of £100m investment in connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) testing infrastructure, which will be used to support projects including public test facilities.
Brake is to deliver a series of one-day Pledge training course to help provide UK fleets with tools to address at-work road safety.
UK mobile network providers could play a vital role in helping fleets minimise driver distraction by banning mobile phone use behind the wheel.
Leicester-based Total Motion has strengthened its management team with several new senior appointments and promotions.