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The Road Safety Foundation has appointed Kate Fuller to the newly created role of road safety engineering director.
Replacing London’s current ‘patchwork’ system of road charges with a single, per-mile road user charging scheme could cut pollution by up to a fifth while bringing … Read More »
The Treasury has agreed to look at a voluntary ‘PumpWatch’ code that could make fuel pricing more transparent and fairer for drivers.
Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service is taking delivery of a fleet of Škoda Kodiaq SUVs for its on-call fire officers.
Fleets and drivers can now reserve the new Peugeot 208, including the fleet-orientated electric e-208 model as well as petrol and diesel variants.
Fleets should ensure they’re using robust fuel management measures to help counter rising oil prices.
Inchcape Fleet Solutions has launched a new website to bring a user-friendly means of finding out about the company’s comprehensive services as well as relevant news and … Read More »
Five new schemes that will make deliveries more efficient, reduce congestion and enable employees to walk and cycle to work are to get off the ground … Read More »
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
Fleet values in the used car market fell in Q1 as average mileage and age increased in the wake of contract extensions resulting from last September’s … Read More »
Idle fleet vehicles are risking fines, increased fuel consumption and damaging air quality and the environment, data revealed by Airmax Remote shows.
At the expense of diesel’s current market share, a new survey by CLM Fleet Management shows that British buyers’ interest levels in alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) … Read More »
Pioneering new solutions to help cut congestion from roadworks are being deployed in London with the help of funds raised from roadworks charging.
Passenger car registrations in the EU fell 3.9% in March, bringing the year-to-date decline to 3.3%.
Ford is to invest $500m (£387m / €448m) in US electric vehicle start-up Rivian in a deal that will also see the two firms work together … Read More »
Fleets from across the UK are being invited to sign up to a new project that will test the viability of vehicle-to-grid technology as a means … Read More »
ALD Automotive has joined MaaS Alliance, a public-private partnership creating the foundations for a common approach to Mobility as a Service.
Future Kia and Hyundai vehicles will feature technology which allows drivers to adjust seven major performance features through their smartphones.
The Range Rover Evoque has become the first luxury compact SUV to meet RDE2 standards – ensuring that it avoids the 4% BiK surcharge.
US car sharing giant Getaround has acquired European car sharing platform Drivy for $300m (£232m / 268m euros) in a move said to create the world’s … Read More »
Vehicle protection specialist AX has developed a list of tips for company car drivers and fleets to avoid common car-jacking tactics as it warns of an … Read More »
Activa Contracts has launched an affinity car scheme to meet rising demand for personal contract hire.
Bill Plant Driving School has awarded a sole supply deal to Volkswagen, switching its fleet exclusively to T-Roc and Golf models.
ARI Fleet UK is continuing to drive the launch of its new funding solutions with the creation of a new business development manager role to help … Read More »
Order books are now open for the Škoda Scala; marked out as the brand’s first-ever direct rival to the Ford Focus and VW Golf.
National Salvage has rebranded as e2e Total Loss Vehicle Management in a move to highlight its services for fleets, including providing quicker and cheaper replacement parts.
Automotive Glass Europe has expanded overseas in a move to bring added benefits for fleets and leasing/insurance companies.