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Seat has released the first image of its seven-seater SUV, confirming it will be named ‘Tarraco’ when it launches later this year.
MiX Telematics has compiled its top 10 list of KPIs that it says fleets should track to help ensure best-practice in fleet management.
OLEV has revealed initial details of its grant funding for ultra low emission taxis as it opens formal vehicle applications to manufacturers.
The used car market needs to start factoring in a forthcoming market shift to petrols to ensure the downturn in diesel demand is managed.
Fleet operators and suppliers must assess their entire supply chain to ensure they’re covered for the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
A new three-cylinder petrol engine is to be offered in Volvo’s XC40 compact SUV.
Fleets, both small and large, that are pioneering the way in occupational road safety are being invited to enter Brake’s 2018 UK Fleet Safety Awards.
The subject of future fleet fuels is to come under focus at the 2018 ICFM Annual National Members’ Conference next month.
Emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) fell 10% in 2016, reaching their lowest level since 1970, but environmental campaigners say more action is needed to tackle road … Read More »
Škoda‘s new top-end Kodiaq L&K offers new luxury into the award winning Kodiaq and new engines into the mix.
Autoglass customers can now use an app to determine whether windscreen damage requires a full repair or replacement – removing the need for initial appointments.
Ashley Barnett has taken the role of head of fleet consultancy at Lex Autolease, replacing Lauren Pamma who moves to a new role within Lloyds Banking … Read More »
This week's top fleet industry stories... Third-generation Kia Ceed revealed by Jonathan Musk - Kia has unveiled its third-generation Ceed hatchback, which introduces new engine and ... Read More »
Car and van fleet operators are being given the opportunity to test Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) technologies including Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) at two new … Read More »
The Department for Transport has given the go-ahead for nationwide rollout of roadworks charging in a move to cut congestion.
Hudson Kapel Auctions has rebranded as CD Salvage Auction following its integration with CD Auction Group.
Kia has unveiled its third-generation Ceed hatchback, which introduces new engine and driver assistance technologies to bring the fight to the Focus and Golf.
BP has launched a new driver and fuel management platform designed in partnership with TomTom Telematics to help fleets cut costs.
Audi has announced details for its new A7 five-seat coupé, which brings a smarter, sleeker design and new technology.
Car registrations in the EU rose 7.1% in January although the rise was attributed to a positive calendar effect.
Supermarkets are being urged to cut another 2p a litre off fuel by the RAC, as the wholesale price of fuel continues to tumble.
City Electrical Factors (CEF) has seen vehicle downtime drop by 45%, while fuel costs have been cut by almost 12% following the installation of the Lightfoot … Read More »
A Salford City Council scheme to replace grey fleet usage with EV pool cars has generated savings of £400,000 in the first 18 months.
Fleet managers have just a few weeks left to register for this year’s International Fleet Meeting, which will bring senior industry speakers, a panel discussion on … Read More »
Burning fleet issues such as the recent changes to salary sacrifice car schemes, grey fleet management and the shift to ultra-low emission vehicles are to come … Read More »
Newly published CO2 figures for the Toyota Prius line-up provide clear evidence of how tax costs could go up for fleets in the coming months as … Read More »
LeasePlan is placing increasing focus on usership and subscription models as it announces global fleet and profit growth for 2017.
More than 8.1 million used vehicles changed hands in 2017, dipping just 1.1% compared to 2016, according to latest figures from the SMMT.