Fleets and drivers are being urged to buy fuel as normal and not follow others in panic-buying after the long queues at petrol stations over the … Read More »
Nissan has unveiled its new Townstar compact van, which will help fleets ‘future-proof’ business operations with both fully electric and petrol powertrains.
Automotive and fleet developments and the impact of the 2030 ICE ban on the future of the fleet industry are to come under focus in an … Read More »
Ford is said to be within weeks of making a decision on a substantial investment to switch its Halewood plant in Merseyside to making electric transmissions.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
EU plans to cut pollution from road transport must not be derailed by claimed aggressive lobbying and “dirty tricks” from the European car industry.
Tesco has been revealed as the UK’s best supermarket for charge points in new research that indicates a huge disparity in charging provision at supermarkets.
Drivers are being urged not to panic buy fuel, as the Government and fuel industry say the vast majority of sites are still open and there … Read More »
Construction firms are putting companies, drivers and other road users at risk by not carrying out effective risk management on vans and their drivers.
Average monthly used car values at BCA have exceeded £10,000, setting a new high and expected to rise further over the coming months.
Equipping last-mile EV fleets with wireless charging could save up to 50% in total cost of ownership.
Construction group Galliford Try has committed to providing only electric or plug-in hybrid vehicles for its company car fleet from now on.
A free online tool that can help identify high demand for public EV charging demand and the ability to accommodate it is now available.
Falmouth and Penryn Primary Care Network (PCN) has introduced a fleet of electric vehicles into its operations – said to mark a first for GP practices … Read More »
The traditional rush hour could become a thing of the past as hybrid working becomes the norm going forwards.
A new Ford digital tool currently in development could alert fleet drivers to accident blackspots, significantly reducing the number of road accidents.
Rod McLeod is to become the new director of Volkswagen UK from 2 January 2022.
Volvo is to go completely leather-free in all its pure electric cars, starting with the new C40 Recharge.
Gridserve Electric Highway is now part of Zap-Map’s live data network, making charging easier for EV drivers.
Citroën has confirmed its tiny Ami two-seater electric mobility solution will launch in the UK in spring 2022 after “unprecedented interest”.
The majority of motorists are supportive of a switch to a new financial solution to plug a £40bn tax black hole as EV adoption rises.
Tom Davies has joined Swarco Smart Charging as strategic business development manager.
A potential rise in the number of automatic-only licence holders will bring considerations for both fleet planning and purchasing, according to IAM RoadSmart.
FleetCheck customers can now access AA breakdown recovery services at preferential rates under a new affinity deal.
Vehicle hire specialist Day’s Rental is deploying Free2Move’s Connect Fleet services on its fleet to gain wide-ranging telematics insights.
EV leasing and salary sacrifice firm Fleet Evolution has launched a new specialist fleet management division to expand its solutions to a wider audience.
Electric vans should be monitored closely over their first winter of operation to keep an eye on real-world running costs.
Used car price inflation is likely to be seen across Europe for at least another 12 months and possibly into 2023, as the semiconductor crisis continues.
The September issue of Fleet World is now out – including salient guidance on the 2030 ICE ban and how fleets are switching to EVs.