No matter how clever the latest technology might be, there’s a little experience needed to get past those initial trust issues, The Insider explains.
As manufacturers offer ever-easier access to cars, and taxation drives end-users towards cash allowances, The Insider asks; are dealers missing a trick?
With unprecedented competition, manufacturers’ fierce fighting for market share is good news for fleet and retail customers alike, writes The Insider.
After years of dealing with drivers’ speeding tickets, The Insider has recently had to deal with his own.
The Insider finds out first hand that drivers and suppliers aren’t always aware of the pitfalls of new safety technology.
The Insider seeks feedback from his drivers and wonders if there really is a substitute for on-road training.
The Insider ponders whether the blanket approach to AMAPs has had its day.
The increasing integration of technology with fleet vehicles creates issues of clarity and security, says The Insider.
Fleets are increasingly exploring the potential of motorbikes but the risks must be taken into account, reckons The Insider.
There must be an easier way to handle end-of-contract charges, reckons The Insider.
Investing in safety tech is useless without driver eduction, reckons The Insider.
First let me say that I don’t dispute that it is totally and utterly wrong to knowingly mislead the public and we could debate the moral … Read More »