Category : Latest News
Governments and cities are being warned not to focus solely on the eco benefits of electric vehicles as latest research finds hybrids could provide the most … Read More »
The Government is pushing ahead with plans for a completely electric government fleet by 2030, including asking individual departments for updates on progress, but has also … Read More »
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
Masternaut has launched a new solution for real-time job tracking to help fleets optimise field operations and customer service.
Reported car thefts have risen 45% in the last five years, with the West Midlands seeing the sharpest rise.
Hall’s Electrical has signed up as the first UK-based reseller of Lightfoot, bringing commercial fleets easier access to the driver behaviour and rewards solution.
Asda has cut fuel prices for the second time in a week, leading to calls for the other supermarkets to follow suit.
Details of Honda’s forthcoming first electric car, the Honda e, have been revealed including battery capacity and charge rate.
Attitudes to mobility may be fast-changing but almost three-quarters (73%) of British workers still believe their vehicle is essential to their daily commute.
Honda UK has announced that Phil Webb, head of car, is to assume responsibility for the fleet sales operations team as Marc Samuel leaves the business.
Bristol City Council is looking at two options to cut air pollution in line with legal requirements, including an eight-hour-a-day diesel car ban and a charging … Read More »
Volvo and Uber have unveiled a fully autonomous production XC90 that could be used to provide autonomous ridesharing services in the future.
One in four (26%) drivers would be willing to pay new motorway tolls if they brought higher standards and less congestion.
Fleet managers can now take control of important management issues while out of the office with the help of Freeway Fleet Systems’ smartphone app.
BMW has unveiled the new 3 Series Touring, which has been designed to offer increased interior space, improved handling and also heralds the model’s first plug-in … Read More »
Confirmation that the UK Government will legislate a 2050 net zero target for greenhouse gas emissions has been widely greeted by transport and environmental specialists but … Read More »
The GMB union has called for a naming and shaming regime and stronger penalties where people are killed or seriously injured at work – including introducing … Read More »
Hyundai is exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) injury analysis could be used to shape future vehicle safety systems, enabling assessment of required medical response in as … Read More »
Fuel card provider FuelGenie is now officially accredited to supply fuel card services to the National Health Service in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
M6 Toll operator Midland Expressway is to increase general prices while introducing a new off-peak rate.
Licence Check has updated its Driver and Vehicle Information Solution, DAVIS, to enable quicker and more efficient driver checks.
Israeli tech company StoreDot has verified claims that its ultra-fast charging lithium-ion battery can recharge in five minutes through an inaugural demonstration.
Less than 20% of people expect to be using driverless cars in the next 10 years, however 62% believe they will be driving electric cars.
Mercedes-Benz is expanding its SUV line-up with a new compact model to bring a rival to the Audi Q3.
Introducing E10 higher-concentration bioethanol to the UK could help cut CO2 emissions in the short term without the need for widespread EV roll-out and without impacting … Read More »
Kia has provided its latest teaser on its forthcoming XCeed urban crossover, which it says will feature a 12.3-inch fully digital instrument cluster when it launches … Read More »
The Mitsubishi ASX has received its latest facelift, bringing a new petrol engine and trims as well as the reintroduction of automatic transmission and four-wheel drive.