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EST plug-in advice tool to help fleets cut costs & emissions

23 Jan 2015 09:11

The Energy Saving Trust (EST) has launched a free online advice service on ultra-low emission vehicles.


Is it time for you to take action on ESOS?

20 Jan 2015 15:00

Are you familiar with the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme, or ESOS for short? If you’re a fleet manager for a company of medium size or above, now’s the time to get up to speed.

Scottish firms could face Euro 6 LEZs within two-year timescale

20 Jan 2015 13:42

A new “Low Emission Strategy for Scotland” consultation paper has been published by the Scottish Government and proposes implementing Low Emission Zones with a maximum notice period of two years.


Charging ahead

15 Jan 2015 09:00

In a family full of eccentrics, Anthony Ffrench-Constant finds one EV pioneer who he reckons may well change the world.

No small risk

13 Jan 2015 14:47

The fleet risks to small and medium-sized businesses have lead Volvo and Fleet 21 to develop a help and guidance package, called Co-Pilot. By Katie Beck.

Hospital cuts travel costs by 40% with electric pool car

17 Dec 2014 09:10

The West Middlesex University Hospital has reduced its travel costs by 40% and significantly lowered its carbon footprint by implementing an electric pool car to replace company-funded taxis.

SMMT urges Mayor of London not to demonise diesels

16 Dec 2014 10:54

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has written an open letter to the Mayor of London calling for a more stringent approach to plans for an Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in London by 2020 that sets out a technology-neutral approach.

Brake rolls out free fleet safety resources for SMEs

15 Dec 2014 09:14

Brake, the road safety charity, has delivered the first webinar of a series of free webinars, seminars, and resources, aimed at helping SMEs avoid costly and potentially devastating at-work road crashes.

One in five drivers have driven the morning after a big night

09 Dec 2014 09:18

Almost a fifth of drivers (19%) have driven the morning after a night of heavy drinking, even when they think they could have been over the limit. That’s according to a new Automobile Association (AA/Populus) survey, which also highlights the tactics drivers employ to try to counter being over the limit the morning after.

Driverless cars projects announced

04 Dec 2014 13:09

Following the announcement in yesterday’s autumn Statement about increased plans to test driverless cars, details have been revealed of the urban projects, which start from 1 January 2015.

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