Category : Features
The Association of Fleet Professionals recently ran its first ‘Making the Switch to EVs’ online training course for fleets. Natalie Middleton reports back with some of … Read More »
Martyn Collins has all the details on the iconic French brand’s electric strategy, and an all-new Renault 5 supermini.
A more targeted approach to the latest restrictions in England means that things are not so locked down as last time. Natalie Middleton looks at what … Read More »
Described as a major scientific and societal challenge, the Covid-19 pandemic has hit fleets hard. Natalie Middleton explores the short- and longer-term impacts and new ways … Read More »
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 »
Professor Colin Tourick FICFM on how fleets can best spend the coming weeks and months in lockdown to good effect.
How does fleet management software handle vehicle maintenance and keep your fleet moving? Martyn Collins asks the experts.
While new EU emissions regulations will see carmakers face major fines, fleet operators are also likely to see some impacts, reports Natalie Middleton.
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 »
Fleets should take note of the new Leon, which brings plug-in power and a more grown up attitude to the table, says Jonathan Musk.
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.
Sharing rather than leasing might provide a more efficient solution for your business. Martyn Collins finds out more.
Advanced connectivity, plus the widest choice of electrified drivetrains, are key to the all-new Golf range, explains Martyn Collins.
Natalie Middleton asks some of the UK’s major fleet suppliers for their outlook on the coming 12 months.
Volvo’s sales director, Matt Galvin, talks to Craig Thomas about the company’s plans for 2020.
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 »
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 »
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.