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Category : Features

Going OEM: How carmakers’ inhouse telematics systems could benefit fleets

6 days ago / 0 comments

With more manufacturers offering inhouse telematics systems, Martyn Collins looks at what the future holds for the wider telematics market and how it will affect fleet … Read More »

Making the most of lockdown: Key advice for fleets

1 week ago / 0 comments

Professor Colin Tourick FICFM on how fleets can best spend the coming weeks and months in lockdown to good effect.

Paying the penalty: How EU emissions targets could hit fleets

3 weeks ago / 0 comments

While new EU emissions regulations will see carmakers face major fines, fleet operators are also likely to see some impacts, reports Natalie Middleton.

Why risk your business reputation over failing to make basic safety checks?

3 weeks ago / 0 comments

A new report has revealed UK businesses are failing to make basic checks to ensure the safety of employees who drive for work, including failings to … Read More »

Budget 2020: The main points for fleets

4 weeks ago / 0 comments

It may have been dubbed the ‘coronavirus Budget’, but for fleets and drivers the news was, on the whole, positive and designed to help with the … Read More »

Analysis: Smart Motorways

2 months ago / 0 comments

Smart motorways have been in the headlines in recent weeks after a BBC Panorama special found 38 people have been killed on them in the last … Read More »

Solutions for smarter fleets

2 months ago / 0 comments

De-fleeting isn’t known as the most glamourous of fleet necessities, but it’s an impressive ever-evolving highly technical domain that shouldn’t be overlooked, finds Jonathan Musk.

15 predictions for 2020 for fleets

3 months ago / 0 comments

Natalie Middleton asks some of the UK’s major fleet suppliers for their outlook on the coming 12 months.

Innovation: Total recall

4 months ago / 0 comments

Roadside repair is morphing into much more than just breakdown recovery, as it looks to fix faults before they occur and respond to rapidly evolving trends. … Read More »

Volvo thrives with Scan-do attitude

4 months ago / 0 comments

Volvo’s sales director, Matt Galvin, talks to Craig Thomas about the company’s plans for 2020.

Party manifestos lack joined-up approach on transport and EVs, warn fleet associations

4 months ago / 0 comments

The newly-elected Government must bring a more co-ordinated and fleet-focused approach to plug-in vehicle adoption to help truly move the UK car parc to one where … Read More »

What happens next: Carmakers’ plans for electrification

5 months ago / 0 comments

A ban on ‘conventional’ petrol and diesel new car sales is due to take effect by 2040. Martyn Collins looks at how a selection of manufacturers … Read More »

Testing Times: How fleets are faring from the switch to WLTP

5 months ago / 0 comments

Two years into the transition to the tougher WLTP fuel economy test, and there are few signs that the dust is settling. Alex Grant reports.

Are we done with demonising diesel?

5 months ago / 0 comments

The popularity of diesel cars has taken a huge dip in recent years, but could fleets be responsible for their survival until a total ban on … Read More »

Going mainstream: The outlook for EVs

6 months ago / 0 comments

Long-awaited Company Car Tax reform could be about to create favourable conditions for accelerated electric vehicle demand in the UK, but there are still hurdles ahead. … Read More »

How can the hybrid be saved?

6 months ago / 0 comments

Sales of hybrid cars have collapsed in the UK. What can be done to attract business buyers back into these models? Julian Kirk reports.

Jargon Busting: A Guide to the Latest

6 months ago / 0 comments

From WLTP to CAFE, there are a wealth of automotive-related terms that fleets need to be aware of. By Alex Grant.

Wheel of fortune: The future for UK automotive

6 months ago / 0 comments

After a run of downbeat announcements, could Jaguar’s XJ news be the start of something good to come for the UK auto industry? Natalie Middleton picks … Read More »

An electrifying opportunity: The future for fleet EV take-up

6 months ago / 0 comments

Jonathan Musk looks at why recent legislative changes to how electric vehicles are taxed will be the tipping point for their acceptance and should encourage fleet … Read More »

Case Study: How one NHS Trust’s dedication to reduce its carbon footprint paid off

6 months ago / 0 comments

Ensuring that patients, visitors and staff travel safely and sustainably to hospitals is no mean feat but that’s exactly what University Hospitals of Derby and Burton … Read More »

Case Study: How winning Fleet Heroes spurred Bibby Distribution to greater heights

7 months ago / 0 comments

With entries now open for this year’s Energy Saving Trust Fleet Heroes awards, we review some of last year’s winners and their eco successes.

Innovation: Lotus Evija

7 months ago / 0 comments

Lotus paves the way for fast-charge battery future.

A visible improvement: How the latest telematics solutions can help your fleet

7 months ago / 0 comments

No form of telematics in your fleet? Martyn Collins explores some of the most popular applications and how they can save you money.

Gone grey? UK grey fleet reliance exposed in exclusive research

7 months ago / 1 comments

Analysing the findings of the recent Fleet World Grey Fleet Survey in association with Alphabet and the BVRLA.

Spotlight: Mini Electric

7 months ago / 0 comments

Jonathan Musk gets to grips with the Mini Cooper SE; the first electric production car to come from the world’s most recognisable supermini maker.

Spotlight: Škoda Superb

8 months ago / 0 comments

Styling tweaks, updated tech and a plug-in hybrid iV version are enough to back the refreshed Škoda Superb, explains Martyn Collins.

Mobility-as-a-Service: An endgame for fleets?

8 months ago / 0 comments

Will the mobility revolution see the company car dethroned, wonders Natalie Middleton.

Citroën: Comfort as standard for 100 years

8 months ago / 0 comments

Comfort has been a staple for Citroën since production began 100 years ago. To celebrate the carmaker’s big birthday, Martyn Collins drives significant models from the … Read More »

Focus on chauffeur fleets: Cutting costs without cutting service

8 months ago / 0 comments

Changes to the Congestion Charge, plus the implementation of the London Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ), together with a national framework, are all putting added pressure … Read More »