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Toyota has teamed up with Chinese electric vehicle giant BYD to create a new 50/50 joint venture focused on battery electric vehicles, in particular for the … Read More »
One in 11 vehicles had a mileage discrepancy in 2019; up 22.2% from the figure of one in 14 in 2018, according to Cap HPI.
Dates have been revealed for the 2021 Commercial Vehicle Show after the 2020 event was cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Vauxhall is extending its Roadside Assistance programme to all NHS workers who drive a Vauxhall vehicle, and do not already have mechanical breakdown cover.
TrustFord is using its mobile service fleet to support NHS staff and essential workers.
Severn Trent Water is pushing ahead with its commitment to converting 100% of its fleet to electric vehicles by 2030 as it signs up to the … Read More »
Drivers are being urged of closures on the M4 near Slough this weekend as part of work to convert it to a smart motorway.
RED Driver Training is offering fleet driver training online as demand for delivery drivers rises during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Licence Check has issued latest advice to fleets regarding vital licence checking services, covering the latest changes in regulations under coronavirus.
Fleets and drivers will be able in future to access a ‘universally recognised measure’ enabling them to easily compare how much CO2 different forms of transport … Read More »
The United Nations’ COP26 climate change conference due to take place in Glasgow in November has been postponed due to Covid-19.
The AA is to keep NHS workers on the move for free during the Covid-19 crisis, backed by a dedicated hotline.
Volkswagen has suspended production for a further five working days at its German plants as it responds to the continued fall in car demand.
The Government should explore the impact of the lockdown on company car and van Benefit-in-Kind taxation with a view to suspending BiK during the crisis.
The law covering the minimum legal tread depth for tyres is still in force despite vehicle owners being given exemption on MOTs.
Many fuel stations, particularly in rural areas, will have to close over the coming weeks as sales dry up.
Fleet Source has deployed an interactive TV-based training solution across its Driver CPC classroom course offering to help its customers maintain training.
Rivus Fleet Solutions is maintaining its usual levels of service as it works to keep both new and existing customers on the road during the pandemic.
A fantastic public response to Addison Lee’s Donate a Ride’ has seen funds break through the £100k mark in just over 12 hours.
The AA is providing essential support to help the London Ambulance Service keep its clinicians on the road; part of a range of actions it’s taking … Read More »
FleetCheck’s Vehicle Inspection App has accelerated past the three million milestone in the last week, driven by an “explosion in checks”.
Jaguar Land Rover is playing its role in supporting the fight against coronavirus, providing more than 160 vehicles to emergency response organisations.
BMW has given the first insights into the powertrain system for its i Hydrogen Next concept as it outlines its commitment to hydrogen fuel cell technology, … Read More »
Carmakers across the globe have outlined how they’re putting their production capabilities to use with producing ventilators in response to urgent medical needs.
Air pollution around the world is reducing due to Covid-19’s impact on the global economy, but the eventual recovery could leave our environment worse off and … Read More »
MG is working to keep customers mobile during the coronavirus pandemic by offering a free-of-charge extension to all qualifying MG Roadside Assistance packages.
DriveTech is offering a free online course to help fleet operators manage risk, especially where ‘other than normal business drivers’ are being called into essential action.
Two Škoda Kodiaq vRS SUVs have joined the Air Ambulance Service fleet to bring vital ground support to the charity’s critical care teams.