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Cities across the UK should restrict traffic to tackle growing levels of air pollution, in particular by banning polluting vehicles rather than levying charges.
Geotab has been named as Fleet World’s Supplier of the Week for its initiatives to support fleet electrification, in particular its brand-new e-book.
Fast-growing vehicle movement specialist Engineius has appointed Bash Mohammed as national sales manager.
UK Power Networks has launched a new online portal to streamline the process for connecting clean technologies such as EV chargers to the mains electricity network … Read More »
Brake is hosting a free webinar to help fleet managers understand and maximise the safety benefits of telematics systems.
NewMotion’s roaming charging network has passed the 200,000th charge point milestone in Europe after doubling in just two years.
The Association of Fleet Professionals recently ran its first ‘Making the Switch to EVs’ online training course for fleets. Natalie Middleton reports back with some of … Read More »
The Audi e-tron is now available via the Onto subscription service for an all-in monthly fee of £1,299 for the 55 Black Edition.
Flexible car leasing business SOGO is crossing over into the van segment with the launch of new monthly leasing terms.
Transport for London has secured extended bailout funding, enabling it to keep running the transport network for the next seven weeks.
SEAT is to introduce an urban electric vehicle to market in 2025, priced from around £17,000-£21,000 and intended to make e-mobility accessible.
Vehicle safety technology company Innovative Safety Systems (ISS) has created a new compliance and fleet management product to help provide an all-in-one solution for operators.
OVO Energy has launched its Drive division, focused on bringing new energy solutions for electric vehicle drivers.
Citroën has cut the top-spec pricing of its ë-C4 electric hatch to ensure the full range continues to qualify for the Government’s Plug in Car Grant … Read More »
Copart UK is undertaking a 27-acre expansion of its Sandy operation site in Bedfordshire – doubling the annual storage capacity to 80,000 vehicles.
The UK Government is set to miss the legal targets for four out of the five pollutants covered by a crucial piece of clean air law.
Liam Quegan has been promoted to managing director of Manheim Auction Services, heading up the company’s national online and physical auctions business.
Construction equipment hire and services provider Speedy has overhauled its car choice list to primarily focus on ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs).
A new Škoda app alerts drivers if they have inadvertently driven the wrong way down a road.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
The AA Driving School is using fast-growing vehicle movement specialist Engineius to provide critical support for its fleet of instructor vehicles.
Changing driver habits triggered by lockdown have taken a heavy toll on vehicle health, increasing the risk of downtime.
BCA has updated its online platform with the launch of a new vehicle details page.
Gig economy cars and vans should be brought under the law in exactly the same way as is now beginning to happen for their drivers, FleetCheck … Read More »
UK motorists are calling for the police to make better use of speed cameras to ensure vehicles have valid insurance, MOT and road tax.
A UK-first mobility credits trial has gone live in Coventry, enabling drivers to give up their older, more polluting cars in return for credits.
Peugeot’s third-generation 308 hatchback is to debut plug-in hybrid versions as well as latest driving tech and new styling.
Businesses in Leeds are being offered free e-cargo bike loans to support sustainable deliveries and cut down on diesel commercial vehicle usage.