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Shropshire and Staffordshire Blood Bikes has reported significant increases in efficiency, safety and security after deploying telematics on their motorcycle fleet.
Fleet management specialist Fleet Operations has made a number of key appointments in senior roles in line with ongoing business growth.
PA, the national news agency for the UK and Ireland, has switched to using JCT600 Vehicle Leasing Solutions to supply a fully outsourced fleet management service for its 60-plus vehicle fleet.
Vauxhall will unveil its lighter, leaner new Insignia at the Geneva Motor Show next March; badged as the Insignia Grand Sport.
A fleet driver has used dashcam footage to exonerate himself following a dramatic motorcycle crash.
National Windscreens has cut its drive away time after windscreen replacement to 30 minutes with the help of a Thatcham-approved adhesive.
Members of the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee have visited the GATEway Project in the Royal Borough of Greenwich as part of its ongoing inquiry into driverless vehicles.
Alasdair Stewart has joined Cox Automotive UK, parent company of Manheim, in a new client director role to lead the company’s strategy on managing client relationships across the group.
Dacia has launched its facelifted UK line-up, which sees the Sandero, Sandero Stepway and Logan MCV all gain new styling and equipment upgrades.
Suzuki’s new Ignis mini crossover is go on sale in the UK next month, following its debut at the Paris Motor Show.
BT Fleet has extended opening hours at some of its larger garage locations in response to growing customer demand for out-of-hours services.
Autonomous vehicles will never be programmed to solve moral dilemmas but will require a clear and agreed set of rules for decision-making.
Autoglass has appointed Tim Camm as technical training manager.
Kia has announced full pricing for its 2017 Soul crossover and Carens compact MPV as the facelifted models go on sale.
HMRC has published draft legislation on company car tax bands for the tax year 2020 to 2021, illustrating its plans to introduce bands for lower-emission cars while increasing the tax thresholds for higher-emitting vehicles.
Employees offered cash or car policies could be hit by newly confirmed Government plans to change the way employee benefits are taxed.
Future plans by carmakers on making connected car data accessible to third parties could impact on the fleet industry, according to the BVRLA.
Dangerous drivers who kill could get life in prison under new government proposals.
Lower pump prices seen in November are likely to be short lived, with price increases on the cards before Christmas, says the RAC.