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This week’s top fleet industry stories…
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Asda is moving its entire company car fleet to electric vehicles – a first for a British supermarket.
Shell to install up to 800 electrical vehicle charging points at Waitrose stores by 2025 as it moves into ‘destination charging’.
Mercedes-Benz has said it’s ready to go all-electric by 2030 while all new models will be electric-only by 2025.
Tesla is to allow drivers of other brands of electric vehicles to use its Supercharger network from later this year, bringing access to thousands more charge … Read More »
Drivers are being urged to take action to protect their vehicles as police warn of a rise in keyless car theft.
A new windscreen breakage detection solution that could halve glass maintenance costs is launching with the help of AI technology from Munic.
Average used car values at BCA rose above £9,000 for the first time on record in June as sold prices continued to significantly beat market expectations.
A new fully managed car club that enables housing developers to meet Section 106 planning obligations is now available from Europcar’s Ubeeqo car sharing brand.
Škoda’s Enyaq iV electric SUV is now available with an LED grille that provides extra illumination and animated functions.
ePower Trucks has expanded its range of specialist all-electric LCVs with new last-mile delivery vehicles.
Scotland’s charging network needs to evolve through much greater private sector investment and the introduction of fees for using charge points.
Thatcham Research has launched a new ‘EV Ready’ training programme, addressing the current electric vehicle skills gap in the vehicle repair sector.
TMC has launched a brand-new app to help companies electrify their fleets by identifying ‘EV-compatible’ drivers.
Almost half of UK employers (46%) who offer alternative mobility solutions do so for all of their staff, according to Arval Mobility Observatory’s 2021 Barometer.
VisionTrack has acquired SkyLab Solutions, accelerating its expansion into the US marketplace for video telematics.
Premium SUVs and sports cars are the most in-demand vehicles among used car buyers in July.
Changes to drink-driving legislation in Northern Ireland could make a significant difference in road safety for both drivers and local communities.
Quartix has appointed Richard Lilwall as the successor to Andy Walters, who is retiring as CEO but will remain on the board.
Behaviour change will play an equal or greater role than technology in the transition to net zero for transport.
The RAC has published its at-a-glance guide to travel this weekend as it warns of particularly heavy traffic for today and Friday.
Brake has revealed the shortlist for its 2021 UK Fleet Champions Awards, including both fleet operators and fleet risk management providers.
Cox Automotive has downgraded its new car forecast for the remainder of 2021 due to the ongoing sector supply issues.
ChargePoint Holdings Inc has signed a deal to acquire European E-mobility technology provider Has·to·Be in a transaction valued at €250m (£217m).
The Transport Committee is to speak to DVLA chief executive Julie Lennard in an evidence session on the current delays in processing licence applications.
G3 Vehicle Auctions has deployed a fleet of specialist multi-car transporters, marking the first phase of significant logistic expansion.
Fleets attending this year’s CV Show will have the opportunity to see how latest telematics tech is providing “game-changing” insights that can improve fleet efficiency and … Read More »