SMEs account for over half of the UK's workforce, but sourcing company cars can still be an issue for small businesses, Motor Trader editor Curtis Hutchinson reckons.
This month Anthony Ffrench-Constant is driven to distraction.
Both Volkswagen and Peugeot have introduced programmes aimed at driving more local business through their dealer networks. Curtis Hutchinson, editor of Motor Trader, reports.…
Simon Staton, director of client management at Venson, on why Steve Jobs is right and finding the correct work-life balance.
Ford has announced it is freezing the entry price for the new Focus, which goes on sale this year offering more sophisticated technology, improved cabin quality and new powertrains…
Insurance claims processor Quindell has announced that it is to buy the RAC out of the firms’ black box joint venture.
Autonomous emergency braking (AEB) could save as many lives as the introduction of seatbelts, according to research from Thatcham.
This month, The Insider is wondering how the advent of replenishing AdBlue in Euro 6 engines will affect his fleet.
With business demand for new cars continuing to grow, what acquisition services are dealers offering SMEs? Motor Trader editor Curtis Hutchinson, reports.
How some of the industry’s latest offerings can help get vehicles back on the road with minimal fuss following a collision. Katie Beck reports.
With a 51.3% year-on-year rise in alternative fuel vehicles in the first six months of 2014, to 23,337 units, and 32.6% of all Plug-in Car Grants made during the same period, Alex Grant…
Technology is to play a major role in the way fleets choose, operate and manage vehicles by the end of the decade, according to the results of a new study by the BVRLA.