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UK drivers still have widespread concerns over autonomous vehicles, new research finds.
Minister of State for Transport John Hayes has taken eco-driving lessons to see if he could become as efficient as the country’s most accomplished eco-drivers currently participating in the 2016 MPG Marathon.
The RAC is calling on the Chancellor not to raise fuel duty in next month’s Autumn Statement as it reports ‘a perfect storm’ adversely affecting fuel prices.
A new 360-degree video from TyreSafe dramatically illustrates the difference in braking distances between tyres just below the legal limit and those with full tread.
Police are cracking down on uninsured driving with the first ever national enforcement awareness week.
Sarah Latimer has joined leasing firm UK Carline as compliance officer.
The Mondeo is aiming for user-choosers with a sporty makeover, explains Alex Grant.
Competitors in this year’s MPG Marathon are now under starter’s orders as they look to take the lead as the kings of eco-driving.
The Government must press ahead with planned reforms to clamp down on fraudulent whiplash insurance claims, according to insurance and road safety organisations.
The BVRLA and a coalition of other fleet industry stakeholders are working together to oppose possible changes to employee benefits that would impact on fleets and fleet drivers.
SEAT is giving UK fleet and business customers to chance to live with its new Ateca SUV for four days.
As this year’s MPG Marathon gets underway, followers can chart competitors’ progress in real-time and even see live data feeds with the help of technology provided by telematics service provider Crystal Ball.
BCA’s Steve Paine is take on responsibility for the Bridgwater auction centre in addition to his general manager role at Blackbushe as part of the firm’s growth plans.
MINI’s first plug-in hybrid is said to be almost production-ready, and looks likely to launch as part of the Countryman line-up.
The new Land Rover Discovery is expected to offer class-leading residual values when it arrives in the UK, according to Cap.
Nissan is revising three key fleet products as part of measures to support further growth of its business sales, focused on Motability and ‘core fleet’ volumes.
Public and private fleets including the Science Museum and Aberdeen City Council are to implement Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell cars after winning funding from the Government.
New government funding for workplace and residential on-street charge points will help drive fleet take-up of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs) but more action is needed on tax and in-life incentives for vehicles, according to … Read More »
Inchcape Fleet Solutions customers are to benefit from a number of additional vehicle glass repair and replacement services after the fleet management firm renewed its contract with Autoglass.
Arval has become a leading partner in one of the UK’s largest hydrogen fleet car trials to date, enabling it to gain operational insight into the running of hydrogen fuel cell cars by fleets.