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Licence Bureau is calling for all businesses not to mount more work-related stresses on drivers and instead empower them with the tools necessary to make more … Read More »
Driver well-being specialist Drive iQ has produced a simple infographic aimed at helping fleets get safely back out on the road.
Ford and Volkswagen have signed agreements to expand their global cooperation to bring customers new commercial, electric and autonomous vehicles.
Fleet managers should take a zero-tolerance approach to tackle drink- and drug-driving in fleets, says new guidance from Global Fleet Champions campaign.
Insurtech Zego has announced its partnership with global telematics firm, ABAX, in a move that could drive down the cost of insurance for fleets.
The Association of Fleet Professionals’ (AFP) – a merger between the Association of Fleet Officers (ACFO) and the Institute of Car Fleet Management (ICFM), formed in … Read More »
Following news of a possible £6,000 scrappage scheme to promote new car sales and transition buyers into cleaner vehicles, the BVRLA and FLA have outlined the … Read More »
The Mercedes-Benz B 250 e plug-in hybrid is now on sale, with prices starting from £35,280.
Driving for Better Business is launching a free driver app and management portal to provide a robust way for employers to safely get drivers and vehicles … Read More »
ODO – part of DRIVE Software Solutions, a provider of fleet management technology for the leasing, broker and dealer sectors – has announced it has signed … Read More »
Lytx – provider of video telematics solutions for commercial, public sector and field service fleets – has unveiled technology designed to address distracted driving using machine … Read More »
GEM Motoring Assist appointed Neil Worth as its new chief executive, effective from 1 June.
Audi has revealed details of its new executive plug-in hybrid, the A6 50 TFSI e Saloon.
Ford has added mild-hybrid technology to the Fiesta, promising enhanced efficiency and new safety technology.
HMRC has updated its guidance relating to company cars, Employee Car Ownership Schemes (ECOS) and salary sacrifice.
After extensive discussions Cenex has decided to postpone its annual Cenex-LCV and Cenex-CAM events to 18 and 19 November 2020.
Fleet management is likely to remain a remote activity post lockdown, with companies not rushing to reopen offices and depots, FleetCheck has warned.
Designed to offer fleet managers insight and practical guidance, LeasePlan UK’s series of on-demand webinars offers guidance on the impact of the lockdown on fleets, and … Read More »
Today, on World Environment Day, 5 June 2020, five major companies have joined The Climate Group’s global electric vehicles initiative EV100 – committing to switch their fleets to … Read More »
Targa Telematics and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles sign multi-year agreement for fleet management across the European market, creating a new My Fleet Manager portal. The initiative covers … Read More »
In line with new government guidance, face coverings must be worn for the full duration of journeys on the public transport network from Monday 15 June.
Fleet service, maintenance and repair (SMR) is back to 60% of pre-coronavirus levels, reports epyx.
With many drivers taking to the roads for the first time since lockdown was imposed, Alphabet suggests fleets employ basic MOT-like checks to ensure vehicles are … Read More »
Electric vehicle tax breaks, scrappage schemes and extended emissions zones have all been proposed to reduce the likelihood of a second wave of coronavirus in the … Read More »
Upgraded Picanto introduces safety suite from Kia’s larger cars and new new ‘Smartstream’ petrol powertrain.
The government should be guided by the science and prioritise roads policing to save lives and to combat wider criminality, suggests a new report released today … Read More »
The new BMW 4 Series Coupé adds mild-hybrid technology to its engine line-up, as well as a new-look exterior and interior.
Nissan COO Ashwani Gupta has reiterated the importance of UK-EU free trade to ensure the future of its Sunderland manufacturing plant, else it may be forced … Read More »