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Volvo has updated its S60 saloon line-up with a new 390hp T8 Twin Engine plug-in hybrid powertrain along with new trim levels.
Leicester City Council has become the latest local authority to look into introducing a workplace parking levy – causing conjecture through such a ‘tax on work’.
Record-level delays could be on the cards for major routes in the UK this bank holiday weekend as improving weather sees more drivers take to the … Read More »
Cashless parking company RingGo is working with Oxfordshire County Council to bring cashless parking in two park and ride car parks by Oxford.
SsangYong’s fourth-generation Korando compact crossover has gone on sale, priced from £19,995.
Transport Scotland has extended the submission date for the Scottish Government’s MaaS Investment Fund until Thursday 5 of September.
Chevin Fleet Solutions has announced two additions to its board of directors, including Will Wycks who has joined the company as global marketing director, and Ray Creamer, … Read More »
Nissan has issued the latest teaser image of its second-generation Juke compact SUV, which will debut new technologies, including ProPilot.
Jaguar Land Rover is working on a next-generation head-up display system that has the potential to improve reaction times to road hazards significantly.
Volkswagen has updated the Arteon five-seater fastback with a new entry-point SE trim that brings pricing down to £33,085 OTR.
Jay Parmar, director of policy and membership at the BVRLA, is to depart for a new role at the end of September after nearly 20 years … Read More »
Daikin UK has signed a long-term partnership with Alphabet (GB) covering the full outsourcing of its vehicle fleet.
While company car drivers are widely switched on to the benefits of switching to EVs, the majority still have ill-founded concerns over a lack of charging … Read More »
Richard Cross has joined Aston Barclay as group sales director.
Drivers in Wales are likely to see more speed cameras under a new deployment policy intended to help clamp down on speeding and other dangerous driving … Read More »
SEAT is looking for a new head of fleet sales following the departure of Peter McDonald to a new organisation.
Electric vehicle stakeholders including fleet operators are being invited to attend one of two workshops in September to help guide the initial findings of the Electric … Read More »
Hyundai’s updated Ioniq range is now available to order, bringing design changes as well as a new longer range for the pure electric version.
A new forum that enables fleets to share health and safety best practice and work with local fleet professionals in the Middle East has launched from … Read More »
The Kia Rental Network is now available in Oxford after local dealership, Brayleys Oxford, became the latest to sign up to the scheme.
The London EV Company (LEVC) is offering smart home charging solutions to customers of its electric taxis and commercial vehicles under a partnership with EO Charging.
Packaging and bottling machine manufacturer Krones has signed up TMC to provide its Compliance+ solution for employee driving licence checks.
Almost 3,000 drivers a year crash into parked vehicles, with 24 drivers a week hitting parked cars on UK hard shoulders.
Transport for London (TfL) is deploying a new team of 16 healthy streets officers to help enhance on-road safety and cut down on pollution.
Mercedes’ answer to the Audi Q3 and BMW X1 is now available to order in the UK, priced from £34,200 OTR and including RDE2-compliant diesels.
Petrol models have dominated the list of the UK’s top-selling used cars during 2019, according to data from Indicata UK.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
Cox Automotive has reaffirmed its full-year forecast of 7.8 million used car transactions in 2019 following the release of Q2 figures from the SMMT.