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Taking place this Thursday, 26 September 2019, GEM Motoring Assist is encouraging all road users to support Project EDWARD (European Day Without A Road Death).
Daimler has been fined £797m (€870m) by the Stuttgart public prosecutor for “negligent violation” of vehicle certification in relation to diesel emissions.
Leon Hurst has joined Trak Global Group (TGG) as mobility CEO to spearhead the Group’s international and UK growth plans in the automotive and mobility sectors.
Under a new five-year contract between DPD and online fashion retailer ASOS, at least 50% of deliveries within the London Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will … Read More »
Reducing environmental impact is as persuasive as saving money when buying an electric car, finds new research by Geotab.
Allstar Business Solutions has launched a new payment solution that covers both EV charging and refuelling with petrol, diesel or hydrogen.
Highways England has invested in a fleet of 41 Volvo XC40s, chosen for their safety, reliability and low whole-life costs.
Uber London’s application for a full private hire operator licence has been rejected by Transport for London, which has instead granted a two-month extension as it … Read More »
Labour has unveiled wide-ranging plans that would see it incentivise fleets and private car drivers to turn to electric cars, while also expanding the charging network, … Read More »
Local authorities are being urged to look at alternatives to charging Clean Air Zones (CAZs) to ensure emissions are cut in a long-term way that also … Read More »
Europcar Mobility Group UK is to ramp up its focus on public sector mobility after being confirmed as an approved supplier for vehicle hire services on … Read More »
Coventry City Council continues to fight Government calls for a charging Clean Air Zone as it says it remains keen to explore other options, as outlined … Read More »
Tyre selection – allied to driving style – will play a far more crucial role in maximising performance and longevity, and minimising fleet costs, for the … Read More »
Brake has revealed the winners of its 2019 Fleet Safety Awards, which saw a host of UK fleet operators – large and small – and fleet … Read More »
A no-deal Brexit would trigger a “seismic shift” in the European automotive industry, undermining competitiveness while bringing a potential €5.7bn (£5bn) cost bill that could impact … Read More »
Applications are now open for the Road Safety Trust’s Small Grants Funding Programme, launched to help improve road safety at a local level.
The former Rockingham race circuit has relaunched as a new 250-acre Logistics Hub that will provide “game-changing facilities” to the UK’s automotive industry.
Cenex’s 12th annual LCV event and new Connected Automated Mobility (CAM) event broke new records earlier this month, with nearly 5,000 delegates attending to see the … Read More »
There’s less than a month to go until the Fleet World WLTP Challenge 2019 gets underway, putting some of the leading fleet vehicles and powertrains to the test … Read More »
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
A new roaming partnership between NewMotion and ChargePoint Inc will open up drivers’ charging access in the UK and throughout Europe.
Volkswagen has updated the current Golf with three new trims ahead of the arrival of the eighth-gen model early next year.
More than 150 delegates attended the first-ever conference for users of epyx’s 1link fleet platforms, gaining from insight into product updates as well as wider developments … Read More »
Honda is taking further steps to enhance the fleet benefits of its Platinum Programme through a smaller, more targeted group of dealers; one of the first … Read More »
London-based zero-emission delivery firm e-cargobikes.com is urging fleets to use this Sunday’s Car Free Day in London as an opportunity for businesses to reassess their logistics … Read More »
As well as addressing fleet vehicle emissions, businesses and drivers could help cut their carbon footprint by running smartphones and laptops longer.