A new fleet safety guide is now available from IAM RoadSmart, outlining best practice advice on how getting companies, drivers, fleet managers and vehicles back on … Read More »
Shell has launched a new range of e-mobility services, adding a suite of electric vehicle solutions to its existing fuel card offering, to ensure drivers have … Read More »
The Association of Fleet Professionals Webinar held its first-ever webinar today, revealing the members and adopted aims of three new committees and also exploring the effects … Read More »
A new roadworthiness check feature for company cars and the grey fleet could help address concerns over increased numbers of defects following the extension to MOTs.
Mitie is sharing its electric vehicle expertise through the launch of a new service that it says will help businesses looking to make the switch to … Read More »
The Range Rover and Range Rover Sport line-ups have been updated with new in-line six-cylinder Ingenium diesel engines with 48V mild hybrid systems.
BMW has revealed its iX3 SUV; its first-ever fully electric SUV and a core part of its electrified model offensive.
The Fuel Store has teamed up with vehicle technology specialist Trakm8 to broaden its fleet services offering.
Venson Automotive Solutions is reminding fleets and company car drivers to get their paperwork in order before leaving home to ensure they’re not caught out on … Read More »
Nissan has taken the wraps off its Ariya electric coupé crossover, heralded as a “true force of wonder” that marks a new chapter for the brand.
The switch to electric for all new cars and vans should take place by 2030, backed by extended incentives, as the next step in the UK’s … Read More »
Commercial fleet activity in the UK has recovered to 84% of its pre-Covid-19 baseline after ‘Super Saturday’ pushed ongoing activity growth to a new high.
The Department for Transport is launching a review into roads policing to explore ways of reducing road casualties and deaths after a plateau in recent years.
The first-ever webinar from the recently formed Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) is to take place tomorrow, 15 July, majoring on the effects of COVID-19 on … Read More »
The Government is coming under growing pressure to introduce a scrappage scheme, as new research reveals how it could tip the balance in driver decisions on … Read More »
Fleet and auto firms are developing innovative ways of working during the coronavirus crisis – as shown by a new initiative from car servicing and repair … Read More »
Used car platform Cazoo has expanded in the UK just seven months after it officially launched in the marketplace.
A new cabin safety screen is now available for Toyota private hire car operators to help keep protect drivers and passengers from in-cab coronavirus transmission.
LowCVP’s Annual Conference 2020 is to take place online tomorrow, exploring how we can accelerate the transition to net zero in road transport.
A new car subscription service for fleets has launched in the UK to provide all-inclusive business motoring and aimed at challenging traditional fleet leasing.
The “seismic” impact of Covid-19 and its effects on the fuel and fleet landscape for the foreseeable future is to come under focus in a new … Read More »
Fleet electric vehicle adoption is crucial to accelerating EV take-up in the UK but operators, charge point firms and the Government need to take action to … Read More »
Drivers of plug-in hybrid Volvos can now break down their driving patterns with the latest version of the Volvo On Call smartphone app; part of the … Read More »
Mazda has revealed early details of its forthcoming MX-30 electric crossover, which is now available to pre-order in First Edition form and arrives early 2021.
Company cars will remain a core part of business operations but with fundamental differences in operation as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
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