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The Grosvenor Group has launched a new website that combines all its contract hire, rental and fleet management services in one place.
Ford has named Neil Wilson as its new fleet director for Britain and Ireland.
UK auto industry research shows the impact of escalating fears of a ‘no deal’ Brexit, with a significant number of firms already cutting jobs and a … Read More »
Aston Barclay has revised its senior management structure in a move to support its customers as they respond to a “turbulent” used car market.
Pressure is piling on the Government to take urgent action on air pollution, including stronger, legally binding targets, in the forthcoming Environment Bill.
Lex Autolease has successfully allocated its £1m zero-emission vehicle fund four months ahead of deadline, showing the power of incentives when it comes to electric vehicle … Read More »
A new comparison website for car chargers has launched, helping drivers choose the best home charge point and find the best installation rates in their area.
Epyx has passed a milestone for its 1link Disposal Network platform with the signing of its 3,000th trader.
The used market has recovered dramatically from its Q2 slump, bringing an increase in both petrol and diesel prices, according to Autorola.
Company car drivers migrating to electric vehicles could see their total cost of ownership bill cut by 95%, while large fleets could also benefit from major … Read More »
Birmingham has become the latest city to mull a possible workplace parking levy as it looks to deal with rising congestion and emissions.
Toyota has previewed its forthcoming Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle with a new concept that shows how the second-generation model advances the game in styling, performance and … Read More »
A Shell forecourt in Oxfordshire has become one of the first in the country to deploy new rapid chargers from InstaVolt.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
A new self-help MyDriver Portal that can cut the administration involved with company and grey fleet vehicles is now available for Jaama’s Key2 asset management system.
British technology company Dyson says it’s pulled the plug on its electric vehicles project after determining it was not commercially viable.
Fleet Assist is urging the fleet industry not to panic over a potential ‘no-deal’ Brexit as its research suggests spare parts supply from motor manufacturers, suppliers … Read More »
MPs on the Transport Committee have called for a national debate on road pricing, ahead of a formal inquiry due in 2020, as they highlight the … Read More »
Volkswagen has issued two design sketches of the eighth-generation Golf, giving an insight into its design.
Drivers in the first-ever WLTP Challenge are now off the starting blocks, highlighting the efficiency and safety gains that fleets stand to make from smarter driving … Read More »
Public support for electric vehicles is fast rising, putting increased pressure on the need for expanded charging infrastructure.
Fleet and mobility customers are being targeted with two new apps that could streamline their operations.
ALD is furthering its ongoing tests into alternatively fuelled vehicles by taking part in today’s Fleet World WLTP Challenge.
Ford has revised its S-Max and Galaxy MPVs with new technology features as well as enhanced design.
Diesel demonisation may have hit new car sales but it’s also brought different used car dynamics across the top five European markets, despite continued strong demand … Read More »