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Fiat appoints new national corporate & leasing sales manager

13 Feb 2015 09:48

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has appointed Ricky McFarland to the newly created role of national corporate & leasing sales manager.

Reality of £1 a litre fuel comes even closer

13 Jan 2015 10:49

Experts are predicting that fuel prices around the country could drop to the milestone figure of £1 a litre in coming weeks as pump prices drop further.

Big four supermarkets slash cost of petrol and diesel

06 Jan 2015 10:13

All four big supermarkets have cut fuel prices further this week, as oil prices continue to fall.


Petrol price drop is 'third biggest in 25 years'

22 Dec 2014 11:36

A 6.6p-a-litre crash in UK average petrol pump prices over the past month rivals the collapse in fuel prices during the credit crunch of 2008 and represent the third biggest monthly fall in 25 year, the AA’s latest Fuel Price Report has revealed.


2015: The year of falling fuel prices?

02 Dec 2014 09:00

Oversupply and shale gas causing significant drop in oil price, which may lead to lower fuel costs for fleets – at least for early 2015.

Fiat Group appoints new fleet & used car director

03 Sep 2014 10:29

The Fiat Group has said that it is looking to further improve its brands’ fleet appeal in the UK following the appointment of Francis Bleasdale to the newly created role of fleet and used car director.

Pump up the volume

24 Jul 2014 08:00

With fuel being the second biggest cost to many fleets, the issue of fuel costs is a perennial fleet concern. But recent developments in the fuel cards market have once again raised awareness of the fact that with the right controls in place, fuel costs can be contained and even reduced. In this special feature, we look at why fleets should use fuel cards and the many potential benefits to be gained.

Courtesy car costs to be capped under new plans

12 Jun 2014 10:47

Proposed plans to the motor insurance market could see the costs of courtesy cars capped or pushed down as part of a range of measures to increase competition and reduce the cost of premiums for motorists.

Government to press ahead with wide-ranging reforms to Highways Agency

30 Apr 2014 09:57

Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin has approved wide-ranging reforms to the Highways Agency that will turn it into a Government-owned company tasked with managing and operating England’s motorway and strategic A-road network.

Former Zenith chairman invests in FMG

08 Apr 2014 10:52

Andrew Cope, former chairman and managing director of Zenith, is to acquire a significant stake in the FMG business as well as add his experience to the FMG board as executive chairman.

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