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BMW UK has appointed three new leasing key account managers to its team, as it looks to strengthen its relationships with large leasing companies.
Impressive refinement from the new diesels and great to drive, reckons John Kendall.
The UK’s premier eco-driving event has proven that even a performance car can be parsimonious, with a 5.0-litre V8-engined Ford Mustang taking the most coveted prize in this year’s event.
Audi has opened order books for the new A5 Sportback just weeks after its debut at the Paris Motor Show.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has announced four new road improvement schemesa to create thousands of jobs and homes in the South West, supported by investment from private sector developers.
Driving cultural change by focusing on ‘total cost of mobility’ rather than a fleet-based total of cost of vehicle ownership model can help firms cut costs and reward employees.
Hitting a series of red lights on the commute to work could become a thing of the past under technology currently on trial by Ford.
The DVLA has been accused of major failings in assessing people’s fitness to drive, resulting in vulnerable drivers being left in limbo for years.
SEAT’s facelifted Leon will introduce new engines plus a raft of connectivity and driver assistance technologies and a new top-spec trim level when it launches early next year.
Trakm8 has launched a new Partner Program as it looks to find partners to jointly sell its telematics, route optimisation and vehicle camera solutions.
Lightfoot is to launch a new approach that’s intended to help fleets cut fuels bills, accidents, wear and tear and CO2 emissions through the use of reward-based efficiency leagues.
Goodyear Dunlop Tyres is to continue supplying and fitting tyres to the UK police force for a further four years, building on a 15-year partnership.
The new Alfa Romeo Giulia will bring competitive residual values according to from CAP.
UK drivers still have widespread concerns over autonomous vehicles, new research finds.
Minister of State for Transport John Hayes has taken eco-driving lessons to see if he could become as efficient as the country’s most accomplished eco-drivers currently participating in the 2016 MPG Marathon.
The RAC is calling on the Chancellor not to raise fuel duty in next month’s Autumn Statement as it reports ‘a perfect storm’ adversely affecting fuel prices.
A new 360-degree video from TyreSafe dramatically illustrates the difference in braking distances between tyres just below the legal limit and those with full tread.
The wholesale market brought mixed results in September, with higher volumes and lower average selling price but a fall in stocking days, Manheim has reported.