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Ford and ALD have officially launched their new leasing and fleet management business in the UK, covering car and commercial vehicle operators and available on a … Read More »
Kia’s first-ever plug-in hybrid Sorento is now available to pre-order, priced from £44,995 and aimed at fleet as well as private drivers.
Hyundai has updated its Kona compact SUV with a revised engine line-up and the introduction of a new sporty N Line trim.
Europcar customers can now use a self-serve facility for tyre replacements under the rental company’s tie-up with Kwik Fit Fleet.
Solely using online auctions to dispose of fleet vehicles could compromise the number of bids and potentially prices, according to Shoreham Vehicle Auctions (SVA).
Online car retailer Cazoo is to acquire car subscription platform Drover, accelerating its planned launch into subscription services as it looks to become the ‘Netflix of … Read More »
Ebbon-Dacs has reported a significant rise in take-up and use of its moDel electronic vehicle delivery and collection solution despite the pandemic.
BCA is running a festive sales programme said to be its biggest-ever and offering thousands of cars and light commercials online.
Ogilvie Fleet has published new ‘True Cost’ WLC figures for electric vehicles, showing how electric vehicles are, in many cases, working out the same or lower … Read More »
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is to support European fleets switching to EVs with a new complete charging solution from NewMotion.
EO Charging has collaborated with Geotab and LEVL to create a new integrated EV charger and telematics solution for fleets running electric vehicles.
Current on-road trials of e-scooters will be key to a decision about whether they will be legalised in the future, the Government has told the Transport … Read More »
The AA is making the SEAT Arona and Ibiza available to its driving school instructors under a new tie-up with SEAT Fleet.
Alphabet GB has appointed Spencer Halil is to join the Alphabet Management Committee as chief commercial officer.
Mobility insurance specialist Zego has secured a European broking licence, enabling it push ahead with international expansion post-Brexit.
A new and free white paper is now available for fleets to help them switch to electric vehicles.
A free download offer for an app designed to handle the risk management for returning drivers has been extended to March 2021.
Transport for London (TfL) has set out guidelines for customers in London, helping to ensure safe commuting and travel during the new tier 3 restrictions.
With the much-fabled electric vehicle tipping point pretty much upon us, Fleet World Group has published the second issue of the EV Fleet World Digital magazine.
Škoda’s Superb iV and Octavia iV / vRS iV models are being made available on its blue light fleet, marking the brand’s first plug-in hybrid offerings … Read More »
Audi is adding to its A3 plug-in hybrid line-up with a new more powerful version.
Providing fleet drivers with increased education on the vital benefits of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) could stop many from switching off such systems on the … Read More »
Subaru has confirmed its first all-electric vehicle is due to launch in Europe in the first half of this decade as a midsize SUV.
Hyundai Motor UK has announced it will price-protect all orders taken until the end of the year, even in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Rolec Services has acquired the VendElectric and Group Manager charging networks.
“Noticeable” numbers of former opt-out drivers are coming back to company car schemes thanks to the benefits of electric vehicles, according to Arval.
Volumes and values of ex-fleet stock saw a large fall in the November lockdown but the used fleet sector remains up overall, according to Aston Barclay.
Hyundai has announced launch details for the new Tucson compact SUV, which will be priced from £28,495 when it arrives in showrooms in early January 2021.
Being caught for drink driving could cost motorists as much as £70k or even more, according to new research from IAM RoadSmart.
Michelin will incorporate Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chips into all its car tyres by 2023, helping to enhance driver safety and provide predictive maintenance services.