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With many drivers taking to the roads for the first time since lockdown was imposed, Alphabet suggests fleets employ basic MOT-like checks to ensure vehicles are … Read More »
Electric vehicle tax breaks, scrappage schemes and extended emissions zones have all been proposed to reduce the likelihood of a second wave of coronavirus in the … Read More »
Upgraded Picanto introduces safety suite from Kia’s larger cars and new new ‘Smartstream’ petrol powertrain.
The government should be guided by the science and prioritise roads policing to save lives and to combat wider criminality, suggests a new report released today … Read More »
The new BMW 4 Series Coupé adds mild-hybrid technology to its engine line-up, as well as a new-look exterior and interior.
Nissan COO Ashwani Gupta has reiterated the importance of UK-EU free trade to ensure the future of its Sunderland manufacturing plant, else it may be forced … Read More »
GPS navigation pioneer Sygic has signed a global agreement with The Algorithm People to promote its innovative pay-as-you-go transport planning platform.
Ebbon-Dacs has revealed its new Ebbon Group concept to reflect its growing internationalisation and its strategic acquisitions ambitions as it looks to expand the business within … Read More »
Autovista Group, TWAICE and TÜV Rheinland have found that Battery Health Reports (BHRs) could dramatically improve residual values for battery electric vehicles.
Order books for the latest generation Škoda Octavia – the brand’s best-selling fleet model – have opened today.
Fleets need to work out who foots the bill for the sanitisation of cars and vans during SMR, says epyx, in response to government coronavirus best-practice … Read More »
Lightfoot, the in-vehicle technology and driver rewards platform, has launched its First Notice of Loss (FNOL) service to the fleet sector.
Suzuki GB PLC has introduced three 48-Volt mild-hybrid models to its range, as dealers in England reopen.
Uncertainty around post-lockdown business operations and utilisation of fleets will dominate the conversation, says Venson.
Refreshed Citroën C3 is now available to order in the UK, featuring RDE2-compliant petrol and diesel engines and the brand’s latest styling.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
A new online mileage capture system described as the UK’s most HMRC-compliant solution to mileage expenses has won a major industry accolade.
Arval has launched a new proposition to underpin its global fleet solutions and bringing customer support for the post-lockdown period.
Peter O’Driscoll, UK managing director at RingGo, looks at how the lockdown has affected transport across the private and public sector and what the industry experts … Read More »
Ring Automotive has added two new dash cams to its range, targeted specifically at fleets to provide vital evidence in the result of a collision.
More than two-fifths of UK drivers have spent less than £10 on petrol during the last month, with a third purchasing no petrol whatsoever.
Fleets have a legal obligation to ensure they’re compliant with the Government’s recovery strategy guidance – including measures for drivers.
Ireland’s largest university, University College Dublin, is putting the Faxi carpooling app to a new use during the coronavirus pandemic.
FareShare, the south west’s Coronavirus emergency response effort, has been given a £10,000 donation from ALD Automotive.
Tony Greenidge, IAM RoadSmart interim CEO, looks at the key issues that fleets should be addressing as many businesses return to work.
Fleet interest and orders for Licence Check’s new driver e-learning service has risen during lockdown as businesses make the most of lockdown to enhance training.
Avis UK is implementing a new ‘Avis Safety Pledge’ to reassure customers of the highest standards of safety and cleanliness.
KPMG has made two senior appointments within its mobility practice as it reports growing demand for its services.