Category : Features
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.
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.
Sales of hybrid cars have collapsed in the UK. What can be done to attract business buyers back into these models? Julian Kirk reports.
From WLTP to CAFE, there are a wealth of automotive-related terms that fleets need to be aware of. By Alex Grant.
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 »
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 »
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.
No form of telematics in your fleet? Martyn Collins explores some of the most popular applications and how they can save you money.
Analysing the findings of the recent Fleet World Grey Fleet Survey in association with Alphabet and the BVRLA.
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.
Styling tweaks, updated tech and a plug-in hybrid iV version are enough to back the refreshed Škoda Superb, explains Martyn Collins.
Will the mobility revolution see the company car dethroned, wonders Natalie Middleton.
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 »
Advanced connectivity and electrified drivetrains are the headlines for the heavily-updated A4 range, explains Alex Grant.
The rise in employees opting to take cash rather than company cars has led to a growing reliance on higher-CO2 grey fleet cars, conflicting with the … Read More »
The emergence of flexible mobility is promising convenient, cost-effective and environmentally friendly alternatives to the traditional fleet. Alex Grant finds out how well today’s services stack … Read More »
The Octavia has been a fleet staple for decades, but its rich history goes back much further, finds Jonathan Musk.
Hard-hitting actions from eco environmental activists over the last month are ensuring progress is being made on upping the climate change ante. Natalie Middleton asks the … Read More »