Europe’s used car market continued to recover in June, with sales rising above pre-lockdown levels and demand for greener cars showing a particular surge.
New virtual driver training is now available from Cardinus to help fleets manage the risks of increasing grey fleet use post-pandemic.
The insurance and automotive industries have agreed a set of requirements that will ensure vehicles with ADAS equipment can be repaired, serviced and maintained while continuing … Read More »
DriveTech has refreshed and improved its online risk assessment and expanded the range of e-learning modules significantly to ensure flexible and tailored solutions for fleets.
Electric vehicle drivers can now access a new energy starter bundle said to give the UK’s lowest priced overnight fixed rate – 8,000 miles for £80.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
Arval has published the results of its latest Mobility Observatory, showing that the switch to electric vehicles and alternative forms of mobility is still foremost in … Read More »
Black cab app Free Now and ride-hailing firm Kapten have launched a combined service intended to take the top spot from Uber in London and the … Read More »
New licensing standards have been introduced by the Government for the taxi and private hire vehicle sector across England and Wales to protect passengers, including for … Read More »
A new end-to-end expense management tool that gives full transparency over employee spend, including fuel and other on-the-road purchases, has launched from J.R. Rix & Sons.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car is helping businesses to manage car club and rental vehicle Benefit-in-Kind compliance with a new solution.
Webfleet Solutions has updated its telematics solution with new electric vehicle-focused features to help fleets deploy and manage electric and hybrid vehicles more effectively.
Grey fleet management is to become ever-more vital for fleets in the post-lockdown world, with more employees using their own vehicles for business purposes.
While the used car market is seeing a particularly strong performance post-lockdown, most dealers are focusing on retail-ready vehicles to reduce time to sale and are … Read More »
New contactless touchscreen technology that could reduce the spread of bacteria and viruses while also tackling driver distraction has been developed by Jaguar Land Rover.
Two trustees for IAM RoadSmart have stepped up to become new vice chairs.
Rockingham Group is pressing on with phase two of multi-million-pound plans to create a leading-edge remarketing facility at its Automotive Logistics Hub in Northants.
A new white paper is now available for free download, providing guidance on key changes impacting fleets from the pandemic and ways to help employers to … Read More »
Financial services broker Midlands Asset Finance (MAF) has launched a new vehicle management and leasing division, offering a holistic fleet solution that can include accident and … Read More »
Subscription-based EV service Onto has taken delivery of the first cars in a record-breaking 1,100-strong order for the Renault Zoe electric supermini.
Police forces and agencies, including road safety partnerships, can enter now for the 2020 DriveTech Vision Zero Awards, which celebrate successes and share best practice in … Read More »
Volkswagen has opened UK orders for those who have already pre-booked for its ID.3 electric hatch.
Aftermarket telematics tracking tech has recovered stolen vehicles worth nearly £300,000 for London-based prestige car hire company City Inter Rent.
Kia has launched a MyKia app, bringing instant access to a range of features, including booking a service and vehicle information and guidance.
Jeep has launched a plug-in hybrid version of its Renegade SUV in the UK – offering sub-50g/km emissions and a 26-mile electric-only range.