Martin Wedge, managing director, OVL Group, on the growing number of hackers gaining access to connected cars, and the potential dangers to data security.
As Alphabet’s Nigel Trotman retires after 25 years in the industry, he looks back on networking, the evolution of the industry and the importance of carpe diem.
With the Kadjar launching and the rollout of a new-look dealer network, the brand is hoping to expand its fleet presence. Curtis Hutchinson, editor of Motor Trader, reports.
Much of a fleet managers’ work is being outsourced – but at what cost, The Insider wonders.
Quartix has announced strong H1 results following its flotation on London’s AIM market, helped by growth in the fleet market.
Cenex has chosen Chargemaster to run the Plugged-in Midlands (PiM) network of more than 870 chargepoints following a competitive selection process.
New research has been released showing that the vast majority of plug-in vehicle charges are undertaken entirely at home.
Martin Port, the UK founder of Masternaut, on the latest developments in the telematics market and his new venture, BigChange.
The Insider worries that devolvement is going to bring admin chaos and endless bureaucracy.
MINI reckons its latest prototype has cracked a way to make vast amounts of driver information less distracting. Alex Grant finds out more.
We talk to the experts about ways to monitor costs, measure efficiency and maintain and overview of fleet activity using fleet software solutions. By Katie Beck.
With an engaged dealer network and a raft of new product launches in the pipeline, recent successes are only the beginning for Jaguar Land Rover, as UK managing director, Jeremy Hicks,…