Category : Features
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 »
Larger, sportier and with a plug-in hybrid version, the new Kuga feels well placed to continue Ford’s SUV momentum, explains Alex Grant.
Electric bikes may pave the path to your next electric vehicle, whether it’s on two or four wheels, finds Jonathan Musk.
Could latest developments in hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles finally put the fuel type on the map, asks Natalie Middleton.
Despite evolutionary styling, Renault’s fifth-generation Clio is an all-new car with some innovative fleet-focused technology up its sleeve, as Alex Grant explains.
With a segment-first RDE2-compliant diesel engine and significant step up in interior quality, the updated Jaguar XE is renewing its focus on fleets. By Alex Grant.
Martyn Collins considers all the options for fleets, large and small, to help keep their drivers and vehicles safe on the roads and compliant with current … Read More »
The once-simple decision of what fuel type to opt for with fleet cars has become somewhat more problematic. Natalie Middleton looks at the choices available for … Read More »
Marc Samuel, head of fleet operations at Honda, spills the beans on the company’s electric future. Jonathan Musk reports…
BT Fleet Solutions’ Industry Fleet Forum 2018 saw a number of experts outline the fleet challenges from clean air zones and alternative fuels. Martyn Collins reports back from … Read More »
Carmakers supplying vehicles to the emergency services market are faced with their fair share of challenges, as Craig Thomas discovers.
With many drivers misunderstanding the capabilities of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), Euro NCAP is stepping in to cut through the hype and assess what such … Read More »
The procurement upheaval caused by WLTP has prompted some fleets to consider short and medium-term contingencies on an ongoing basis. Curtis Hutchinson reports.
Beneath evolutionary styling, the second-generation Range Rover Evoque has plenty of new reasons for fleets to take note. By Martyn Collins.
With the first long-range, mass-market electric cars coming to market and plug-in sales continuing to grow, Alex Grant looks at how new technology could re-shape the … Read More »
As the industry prepares to publish full WLTP fuel economy data, the 2018 MPG Marathon put some of the latest models to the test over a gruelling … Read More »
Driver training can save fleets a huge amount of money from very little effort, finds Jonathan Musk, who embarks on IAM RoadSmart’s Eco Driving Course.