Registrations of new diesel cars have halved since 2019, with more drivers now opting for hybrid or electric alternatives, according to the latest data from the … Read More »
Road safety charity Brake is organising a free hour-long webinar for fleet professionals, addressing the issue of drug-impaired driving.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
Renault has replaced diesel versions of the Captur compact SUV line-up with a 145hp hybrid, available alongside the plug-in version launched last year.
Fuel prices increased for the seventh consecutive month in May 2021, according to the RAC Fuel Watch, returning to levels last seen before the first lockdown.
A three-year trial of vehicle-to-grid charging has demonstrated that domestic users could offset most of their annual energy bills by using the technology.
BP Pulse, one of the UK’s largest electric vehicle charging networks, has confirmed new pricing for all except its fastest units, applicable from 10 June.
Hyundai has released UK range information for the Bayon compact SUV, positioned as a rival for vehicles such as the Peugeot 2008 and Volkswagen T-Cross.
US-based secured finance solutions provider IDS has completed its acquisition of White Clarke Group, targeting strategic growth opportunities as businesses adapt to emerging technologies.
Mycardirect has extended its subscription-based vehicle offer to include a wide range of commercial vehicles, responding to growing demand for vans for home delivery following the … Read More »
Software specialist FleetCheck is warning fleet operators to set out vehicle-by-vehicle maintenance plans as Brexit, Covid-19 and the global semiconductor shortage cause unprecedented delays to new … Read More »
Birmingham first Clean Air Zone is now live (1 June), and will soon charge drivers of older cars and vans £8 per day to enter a … Read More »
Volvo will launch its first ever electric-only model this summer; a coupé-SUV which indirectly replaces the V40 hatchback, and will only be sold online.
Improvements to Fiat’s best-seller go deeper than its electric powertrain, says Alex Grant.
Hyundai Motor Group (HMG) is accelerating its electrification plans from next year with a dedicated, modular electric vehicle platform, providing more than 300 miles of range, … Read More »
Fiat is predicting “overwhelming” changes for the car industry following the Covid-19 pandemic, with an accelerated transition towards individual mobility solutions, flexible ownership models and electrification.
Vauxhall’s potent plug-in hybrid SUV is laser-focused on user-choosers, explains Alex Grant.
Ford wants to shift expectations of electric vehicles with its battery-powered, Mustang-inspired SUV. And there’s more to it than marketing, as Alex Grant explains.
Can the segment-defining X6 fend off a raft of new coupe-SUVs? Alex Grant finds out.
Vauxhall sees its electric and plug-in hybrid cars and vans as a “massive opportunity” to attract new fleet customers, helped by a broadening product offer and … Read More »