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Ctrack has introduced two ultra-compact wireless tracking devices aimed at cars and vans as well as non-powered assets.
A hydrogen car roadshow held by Arval has shown strong local fleet interest in the technology while demonstrating the benefits.
New EU vehicle safety standards that will see features such as AEB and Intelligent Speed Assistance become mandatory on new cars from 2022 have received European … Read More »
Toyota has announced pricing and spec details for its new Camry saloon, which indirectly replaces the smaller Avensis and is offered in hybrid form only.
Licence Check has lent its support to ACFO’s call for fleets to place greater focus on grey fleet management as the number of opt-out drivers rises.
The fast-rising use of ADAS safety devices on fleet vehicles means fleets need new strategies to handle their repair.
Nissan Motor GB has appointed Kalyana Sivagnanam as managing director with immediate effect.
Electric and hybrid used car values are showing a clear upward move, reflecting rising buyer confidence in such vehicles.
The UK’s first ultra fast charging station has opened in Sunderland, bringing a charging capacity of up to 350kW.
AA and BT Fleet Solutions celebrate 30-year collaboration with ‘Future of Transport’ mini conference
To celebrate almost three decades of working together, the AA and BT Fleet Solutions have held a mini conference at the AA’s flagship training centre and … Read More »
Volkswagen has revealed its ID Roomzz seven-seater electric SUV concept ahead of the production model’s arrival in China from 2021.
Average values for fleet and lease saw a slight rise in March, latest figures from BCA show.
Brake is to run a seminar that will share best practice in introducing, maintaining and developing a comprehensive, risk-led, work-related road safety programme.
Volvo has appointed a new business sales manager as it looks to create and rekindle opportunities with large corporates.
Fleet software specialist FleetCheck has waded into the ongoing connected car data ownership debate, urging fleets to back a new call for open access to such … Read More »
Vauxhall’s sixth-generation Corsa will offer a considerable reduction in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions; the result of a drastic weight loss as well as enhanced aerodynamics … Read More »
A “significant” second wave of Easter getaway traffic is to take place over this week, with around 15 million leisure car journeys expected to be taken … Read More »
Increasing fleet requirements for more flexible vehicle supply could spell the end of the 36 and 48-month traditional vehicle leasing agreement.
The UK’s true fleet sector has recorded another negative month in 2019 despite March traditionally being the strongest month of the year due to the plate … Read More »
Ford is launching new security technology to help prevent keyless theft of its models.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
The winners of the 2019 European Startup Prize for Mobility 2019 have been announced, including the UK’s Karhoo taxi/PHV app booking service.
Rental platform DriiveMe, which lets travellers hire a car or a van for just £1, has reached its first anniversary in the UK.
Leasys, part of the FCA Bank Group, is to launch its U-Go peer-to-peer car sharing scheme in the UK as part of its European roll-out.
Police forces in the Thames Valley and Hampshire are rolling out new technology to aid more proactive targeting of driver mobile phone use.
The Department for Transport has published its annual vehicle licensing statistics, showing a slight rise in the number of licensed vehicles in Great Britain despite a … Read More »