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Fleets are being invited to feed back on the current pros and cons of telematics with a new survey.
Councils in England and Wales will be able to fine drivers for minor ‘moving traffic’ offences, such as yellow box junctions, from December this year.
A campaign to promote the benefits of low-emission cars has seen 97% of fleet drivers at B Braun make the shift to plug-in hybrids.
Three-quarters (74%) of people say drivers can get away with motoring offences due to a lack of traffic police officers.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
A new vehicle rental framework has launched to help the public sector harness new technology and meet carbon-zero targets through adopting EVs and car club solutions.
A new mobility hub that combines sustainable transport options with community facilities has launched in London.
The Bolt ride-hailing service is launching in Birmingham and Wolverhampton in the next stage of its regional expansion.
Projects to increase vehicle range, support charging in rural areas and help second-hand buyers of EVs have secured government investment.
EV charging network ChargePoint has launched a global fleet solution portfolio designed to offer everything businesses need to make a smooth transition to electrification and optimise … Read More »
There’s less than two weeks to go until the doors open to the free Innovation and Technology in Transport ITT Hub event – which will follow … Read More »
Aeris has published a free guide detailing the connectivity must-haves for each fleet telematics use case.
Addison Lee is to acquire black taxi provider ComCab, creating the capital’s largest private hire and taxi company with over 7,000 vehicles.
BCA parent firm Constellation Automotive Group has bought the former Rockingham Motor Speedway for £80m under plans to expand its Cinch online car retailer.
Airmax Remote has launched a new telematics solution with integrated event data recorder, developed specifically for the emergency services.
Jason Chamberlain, sales and marketing director at Rivus Fleet Solutions, has marked Clean Air Day by speaking up on the importance of switching to electric vehicles … Read More »
Half (51%) of NHS trusts in the UK have installed EV charging infrastructure (EVCI) onsite but a similar number are still off track on overall decarbonisation … Read More »
Renault Group has rebranded and relaunched its Mobilize Power Solutions business in the UK, facilitating charging infrastructure projects for fleets regardless of the brand of vehicle.
BMW has started to test prototypes of its i Hydrogen Next SUV in real-world conditions, paving the way for series production in the future.
Willmott Dixon is to roll out electric vehicle charge points across all its sites and offices in line with its pledge to become a zero-carbon company … Read More »
A group of more than 30 UK leading businesses has called for government leadership on a wide number of issues affecting the adoption of electric vehicles.
Action to improve the nation’s resilience to climate change is failing to keep pace with the impacts of a warming planet and the increasing risks facing … Read More »
Webfleet Solutions has achieved ISO 14001:2015 certification as part of its work for continual environmental improvement.
One in 10 drivers have momentarily fallen asleep behind the wheel, potentially putting their lives and other drivers’ at risk.
Polestar has appointed 100 authorised service points across the UK as it continues to grow its operations in the market.
DriveTech has taken the Fleet World Supplier of the Week title for its work to provide fleets with quality driver risk management and training.
Licence Check is showcasing its new Driver Audit module to fleets at the ITT Hub event later this month.
Electric routes planned via Zap-Map soared in May on the back of fast-rising EV take-up.
A free white paper that can help the fleet sector ensure the success of connected vehicle solutions is now available from Aeris.