A third (34%) of drivers are still using their mobile phone without a hands-free set, with more than half a million motorists admitting to making calls on almost every journey they make.
Jeremy Rochfort, national sales manager at Autoglass, on EU regulation, ADAS calibration and the potential impact of Brexit on the aftermarket.
Renault has revamped its fleet team as it expands operations to ensure increased coverage of areas including mobility solutions and local fleet sales.
A growing trend amount young people not to take their driving test may provide a potential issue that fleets will need to factor in for the future, according to industry specialists.
UK insurers have expressed concerns that the evolution of automated driving technology could result in a short-term increase in crashes.
GM has closed the sale of Opel/Vauxhall to the PSA Group for €2.2bn, creating the second largest carmaker in Europe with a market share of 17% and a portfolio of five brands.
Intended to provide electric motoring for the mass market, Tesla’s production Model 3 has been unveiled in California ahead of going on sale in the UK in 2019.
Plans to introduce pay-per-mile road pricing in London would see road charges hike up by 90%, impacting significantly on businesses, new research suggests.
United States-headquartered private equity firm Eli Global has acquired Fleet Assist for an undisclosed sum.
Volkswagen has rebuffed claims from London Mayor Sadiq Khan that it should pay £2.5m to compensate for alleged lost Congestion Charge revenue following the ‘Dieselgate’ emissions scandal.
Stopping distances in the Highway Code should be increased “as a matter of urgency” as they underestimate drivers’ thinking time.
The number of drivers given fines by private parking firms has risen by 64% over the last year, renewing calls for a clampdown on the industry.
Skoda’s true fleet registrations growth rose 16.1% year-on-year for the first half of 2017, driven by increasing corporate customer agreements.
Audi is running a voluntary recall of up to 850,000 diesel cars worldwide to install new software on V6 and V8 TDI engines.
Business and Energy Secretary Greg Clark has announced the first phase of a £246m investment in battery technology intended to establish the UK as a world leader.