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Turning to on-demand microtransit could enable cities to reduce traffic by 15-30% while also cutting pollution.
Andy Smyth has joined used car supermarket Motorpoint as the firm’s first-ever chief operating officer.
BP has launched its combined Tollbox for the European Electronic Toll Service (EETS) solution in the UK, enabling streamlined travel across Europe.
Radius Payment Solutions has acquired commercial insurance broker, The Burley Group, for an undisclosed amount.
A fleet of 168 e-bikes will be launched in the Scottish capital next spring for full public use.
Fleet drivers purchasing a Volvo plug-in hybrid car can benefit from a year’s free electricity under a new offer intended to encourage drivers to plug in.
Research has revealed the five most common dangers behind the wheel, led by bad driving and followed by road type, shift length, sun position and day … Read More »
The UK needs to take action on EV battery recycling now to prevent a “huge” battery waste mountain in the future, scientists say.
IAM RoadSmart has named Derek McMullan as its new chairman, replacing Andy Barratt.
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Crewe-based Radius Payment Solutions, which runs telematics and fuel card brands Kinesis and UK Fuels, has acquired Sure-Track for an undisclosed amount.
Other drivers’ use of mobile phones is seen as the most annoying habit on the road despite offences declining.
Travellers in Scotland can now use all 16 types of public transport smartcards across all modes and operators, aiding mobility.
EV charging network InstaVolt has reached a key milestone of one Gigawatt hour of renewable power delivered to electric vehicle users across the UK, which is … Read More »
Citroën has launched a plug-in hybrid version of its C5 Aircross SUV, bringing CO2 emissions of 39g/km and a 31-mile electric-only range to aid fleets looking … Read More »
Plug-in vehicle grants should be extended for the long-term while CO2-based taxes also need revamping to support fleet take-up of greener vehicles.
Manheim has appointed Arnaud Bosvieux as customer relationship director.
The number of people killed in reported road accidents in Scotland rose 11% in 2018 despite an equivalent decrease in overall casualties.
Licence Check has seen further record results in terms of the number of licence checks it has carried out on company drivers – announced as it … Read More »
Carmakers’ introduction of sleeping fobs is helping to resolve the keyless vulnerability problem in the short term but a long-term solution is still needed.
Fit-to-drive declarations are becoming “more important” in the light of increased levels of drink and drug driving reported by the police – and could even help … Read More »
Toyota has upgraded its C-HR crossover with a number of updates, including the introduction of an all-hybrid range.
Plans to ban diesels in Bristol city centre have advanced to the next stage after securing approval from the council cabinet.
New guidance on raising driver awareness of key road safety messages is now available from the Global Fleet Champions (GFC) campaign run by Brake.
The Government has enlisted the BVRLA to monitor and assess compliance against its Rental Vehicle Security Scheme.
The Health and Safety Executive is being urged to bring the safety of those who drive for work higher up its priority list – part of … Read More »
The price of petrol fell for the third month running in October but fuel prices are still too high, according to the RAC.
SEAT is to launch an electric motorcycle – its first motorcycle ever – as it looks to target both private customers and sharing services.