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Fleet and overall new car registrations fell again in October despite rises in hybrid and plug-in registrations, leading many fleet experts to deride the Government’s “baffling” … Read More »
Charging point supplier Swarco eVolt has launched a pan-European new network for its own eVolt charging points as well as third party-manufactured charging stations.
ICFM founder and former BCA director Tom Madden has passed away following a lengthy illness.
Horticultural services firm Flora-tec is seeing savings across its its 55-strong car and van fleet some six months after outsourcing the management to Fleet Operations.
Lexus has updated its CT 200h hybrid hatchback for 2019 with a slimmed-down range of grades and a new choice of option packs.
The AA is urging fleets to ensure employees are not allowed to drive while tired after new research has revealed that one in eight (13%) UK … Read More »
Local authorities can now bid for grants in the second round of the Ultra Low Emission Taxi Infrastructure Scheme.
Licence Bureau has made three key appointments to support its expanding business portfolio and client base.
The DriveNow car sharing scheme from BMW is to gain an extra 410 BMW and Mini models as it also expands into new boroughs.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
Nexus Vehicle Rental has reached a milestone two millionth vehicle rental booking, marking its rapid growth.
Nissan Motor GB has appointed Spencer Clayton-Jones as network development and customer quality director.
Attitudes to car ownership in London are slowly but surely changing but much more needs to be done to encourage a switch to car usership to … Read More »
Fleets need to ensure structured policies and strict controls are in place for plug-in hybrids and full electric vehicles to maximise their benefits.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) market study on general insurance pricing practices should be extended to cover small and medium sized businesses too.
The Christie NHS Foundation Trust has deployed a car club programme from Enterprise Car Club to cut emissions from business travel.
Fleets must take action on vehicle selection to mitigate the impact of WLTP or face escalating costs.
Urban congestion will get worse before it gets better under the switch to autonomous vehicles.
Solar-charging technology that could increase fuel efficiency and range and cut CO2 is to make its way into new Kia and Hyundai cars.
Drivers are being warned to do their homework on online insurance deals to avoid ‘ghost broking scams’ that could leave them uninsured.
ALD Automotive has signed up Manheim to provide inspection and specialist reconditioning services for its digital sales channels.
Vauxhall has appointed Richard Roberts to the role of national fleet sales manager – rental, leasing, company vehicles and Motability.
Licence Bureau has issued its top tips for fleet operators employing non-GB licence holders, as it warns fleets to have a robust process and procedure in … Read More »
Order books are now open for the new Mercedes-Benz GLE SUV, which is now available as a seven-seater for the first time and also debuts new … Read More »