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Volkswagen is stepping up its plans for EVs under a new strategy that will see Volkswagen change “as never before”.
Fleets can now benefit from more proactive accident management under the latest updates to the Bynx software for operators.
Fleets can now enter for Brake’s UK Fleet Champions Awards 2021, which recognise those fleet operators, suppliers, manufacturers and individuals at the forefront of fleet safety.
Citroën UK is now providing a five-year warranty on all new vehicles ordered via its online Citroën store.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
A new white paper tackling the issue of returning to driving after lockdown is now available for fleets.
Citroën has lowered the CO2 on a number of its C5 Aircross SUV models, bringing reduced Benefit-in-Kind ratings.
The UK is one of the best-prepared countries in Europe for the ‘EV revolution’, although charging infrastructure continues to be a major roadblock.
The current and future values of electric vehicles will be looked at in detail in the Vehicle Remarketing Association’s (VRA’s) next ‘New Normal Briefing’ webinar.
A new EV Transition Planning solution that will enable businesses and their leasing brokers to accelerate the switch to greener fleets is now available.
The rise in the grey fleet and the issue of best practice is to come under the spotlight at a new webinar being held by the … Read More »
Fleet new car registrations dropped 33.5% in February as the UK’s new car market hit its lowest level since 1959.
The Chancellor has confirmed in today’s Budget that the current fuel duty freeze will be maintained for an 11th successive year.
The BVRLA has called on the chancellor to continue financial support for the vehicle rental sector as it warns that SMEs are particularly struggling in the … Read More »
Hyundai’s new Santa Fe SUV is now on sale in the UK, with a choice of hybrid or plug-in hybrid powertrains and CO2 emissions starting from … Read More »
Fuel pump prices shot up again in February, but worse could be still to come, according to the RAC.
New research from Verizon Connect sets out the impact of the pandemic on fleets while also outlining other challenges and trends within the sector.
Fleets have decisions to make over the future of face-to-face meetings and whether they will return to previous operational models or make potentially beneficial changes.
Volvo will launch its first ever electric-only model this summer; a coupe-SUV which indirectly replaces the V40 hatchback, and will only be sold online.
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) continues to expand its fleet of Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Commercial vehicles, replacing its diesel vans.
Hyundai has taken the wraps off its Bayon crossover, which joins later this year as the entry-level model in its SUV line-up.
Volvo is to become a fully electric car company by 2030 and move all sales online as it looks to future-proof its business.
The remarketing sector is being urged to make its thoughts on autonomous vehicles known as part of a new consultation by the English and Scottish Law … Read More »
Local authorities UK-wide are being urged to replicate an anti-idling initiative run in London.
Peugeot has launched a new logo and brand identity to reflect its new electrification strategy.
Difficulty in obtaining and verifying the correct zero-emissions range (ZER) figure for newer plug-in-hybrid electric vehicles is leading to P11D headaches for fleets, reports the Association … Read More »