Will increasing sales of the German brands open up a premium fleet niche for the newly ambitious Infiniti, Curtis Hutchinson, editor of Motor Trader, wonders.
The fleet manager role is morphing into one encompassing all travel arrangements, says John Pryor, chairman of ACFO.
If you have even just one employee driving a vehicle on company time for business use, as a responsible employer you have duty of care and legal obligations. Carlos Montero, commercial…
Rupert Pontin, head of valutions at Glass's, on the way ahead for mobility.
Hitachi Capital has made a series of senior management changes aimed at growing its Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions business across the globe, with particular focus on Europe.…
Following its acquisition of ExxonMobil’s European commercial fuel card ('Esso Card') programme last year, WEX Europe Services is to showcase the Esso Card and its…
The new government is urged to make traffic policing a national policing priority as new research reveals half (49%) of drivers admit to breaking traffic laws.
We talk to the experts about how to minimise exposure to risk, improve driver skills and comply with duty of care regulations. By Katie Beck.
The Insider is trying to ascertain which extra equipment is worth the cost.
With just two months until a new government comes into power, what steps does the fleet industry want to see them take to improve business mobility in the UK? Alex Grant finds out.
As the UK takes its first steps towards driverless vehicle trials, Alex Grant looks at what challenges the four-year test period will have to overcome.
Amid the glitzy unveils of this year's event, Steve Moody and Alex Grant report on what the Geneva Motor Show could mean for your fleet.