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Alphabet is calling for re-education of UK drivers as trials of a new-style emergency area start on the M3 smart motorway.
Daimler will launch a multi-marque telematics solution for fleet managers at the end of the year, building on the driver-focused ‘Me Connect’ system, offered since 2014.
Skoda has launched new petrol engine variants for its fleet-orientated Octavia and Superb SE Technology models, citing increased demand from customers.
A bright orange smart motorway is being trialled on the M3 in Surrey to see if it can improve driver awareness of what do to in an emergency.
All the key news in fleet from the last week… CMA says that fleets contesting excessive bills from Highways England contractors can achieve five-figure savings. Fleets overpaying millions on inflated highways repair bills The plight ... Read More »
Fleets are moving towards operating a portfolio of conventional and alternative drivetrain technologies but there is a wide variance in the adoption of alternative fuels between smaller and larger companies.
UK businesses are being left exposed by a lack of road safety policy, new research has revealed.
Vauxhall’s first crossover has done well by stradding segments – but does it still have a role in a growing line-up? Alex Grant finds out.
Thousands of Volkswagen Group car owners say they’ve suffered problems with their vehicles following an emissions fix carried out to remove the so-called ‘defeat device’ software.
The Clio feels a class above with its new Megane-sourced diesel drivetrain, says Alex Grant.
Audi has revealed its fourth-generation A8, which will debut a large number of high-tech developments for fleets when it goes on sale in September. We look at the main highlights.
The plight of fleet operators and drivers paying excessive highways repair bills has come under focus in a speech by the the Earl of Lytton in the House of Lords as new research suggests fleets … Read More »
Even causing an accident would not lead two in five drivers who use mobile phones behind the wheel to change their behaviour, new research suggests.