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The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) has responded to yesterday’s (21 February) vote on new vehicle safety equipment, broadly welcoming the move but expressing concerns over … Read More »
BMW Group and Daimler AG have announced they’re investing more than €1bn in their joint mobility services provider as they outline further details of the five … Read More »
Cap HPI has published Range Rover Evoque residual values predictions, believed to be the best in class.
Vauxhall has launched Griffin Editions of its Mokka X Plus, Astra and ADAM, building on the success of the Corsa Griffin that launched last year.
Drivers need to look beyond the myths on electric cars to see the clear benefits that switching to an EV can bring.
The Energy Saving Trust (EST) has launched a new web-based tool that highlights the cost benefits of switching to an electric vehicle for used car buyers.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
Used demand for electric cars and vans is swiftly accelerating, resulting in stronger residual values.
Drivers finishing work at 5pm could halve their risk of being in an accident by leaving work 10 minutes later.
Drivers of fully automated vehicles must not be held liable for accidents involving their cars while the technology is in charge.
MEPs have given the green light to making driver assistance features including Automated Emergency Braking (AEB) standard on new cars within three years.
The DVLA is running a new vehicle tax campaign targeting areas of the country where evasion is highest.
The majority of drivers support the use of long-range speed cameras, new research from the RAC finds.
Vulog has updated its AiMA (Artificial Intelligence Mobility Applied) platform to enable operators with single fleets to offer multiple usage possibilities, opening up the mobility market.
The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) is to run a conference exploring the issue of work-related road safety in the gig economy era.
MaaS provider Moovit has teamed up with TomTom and Microsoft’s Azure Maps to create a new multi-modal trip planner intended to help developers build more comprehensive … Read More »
The importance of making future in-vehicle safety technologies standard on new cars has come under the spotlight this week ahead of tomorrow’s vote in the European … Read More »
Mobility innovations including a sharing travel service app have been showcased by UK start-ups entering this year’s European Startup Prize for Mobility.
Jeep has announced pricing and specifications for the fourth-generation Wrangler, which is on sale now.
Ford has renewed its roadside assistance deal with the AA in a pan-European deal that will bring enhanced collaboration on electric and connected car technology.
Transport for London (TfL) is planning to trial an on-demand bus service in Sutton from this spring to help reduce car dependency in the borough.
Swift Scaffolding has become the first Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) Gold-rated organisation to sign up for the new FORS Fleet Management System (FMS).
The used car market will reach 2.02 million transactions by the end of March – down slightly on 2018 but still marking an encouraging outlook.