Category : Latest News
EDF Energy has entered into a partnership with NEoT Capital to accelerate the delivery of key infrastructure for electric vehicles in the UK.
For an undisclosed sum, Alliance Ventures – the strategic venture capital arm of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi – has invested in a platform that integrates vehicle batteries into power … Read More »
The House of Lords has “rebuked” the Government for committing the UK to a net zero emissions target with “little scrutiny and no plan for how … Read More »
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
More than half (52%) of car drivers speed in 30mph zones, leading to calls for concerted action to tackle speeding.
Driver appeal for electric vehicles has become as important a reason for switching out of petrol and diesel models as financial and environmental savings, according to … Read More »
Ford has announced that around 12,000 jobs are to go in Europe in line with restructuring plans intended to bring the carmaker back into profit.
Kia has outlined details of its XCeed crossover, which will target buyers looking for SUV practicality with claimed hatchback driving dynamics.
Skoda has modified its Kodiaq vRS SUV as a police pursuit vehicle, bringing a 7.0-second 0-62mph time and a top speed of 136mph.
Businesses are being urged to ensure their drivers have the correct licence and insurances for towing, including on company cars used for leisure purposes, following recent … Read More »
UK car production fell for the 12th month in a row in May – with output already down 21.0% for the year to date.
Aston Barclay has appointed Karl Ward, previously remarketing manager at Ogilvie Fleet Ltd, as manager of for its new Wakefield super centre.
Vauxhall has unveiled the petrol and diesel variants of its new Corsa, just weeks after the electric model was revealed.
Geotab is making its GO9 telematics device available in Europe to complement its existing range of tracking solutions for fleets.
Audi has dropped the diesel plug-in hybrid from the updated Q7 line-up, readying a petrol alternative said to be more in tune with global tastes, alongside … Read More »
Motorists are being warned of a new ‘hide and crash’ tactic being used by scammers across the UK – with potentially lethal consequences.
Fleet operators must revisit their remarketing tactics to ensure they’re ready for the accelerating evolution of the fleet remarketing sector.
Businesses are missing out on opportunities to improve road safety for their drivers by relying on technology alone to solve the problem for them.
National Windscreens has expanded its training school network further, with the opening of a new training centre in Peterborough.
A new smart charging platform said to more than halve the cost of charging plug-in vehicles compared to regular charging has launched in the UK.
BMW says it’s accelerating its electric car plans after meeting its own target two years ahead of schedule.
The updated Škoda Superb hatch and estate is now available to order, bringing design and technology updates along with new engines, including a plug-in hybrid due … Read More »
Renault sees potential for its forthcoming hybrid and plug-in hybrid technology as a way to differentiate its products and support growth in retail and ‘true fleet’ … Read More »
VisionTrack has created two brand-new management roles to support business growth and product development – including future collision warning, fleet safety and video analytics solutions.
Rob Turnbull has joined Hyundai Motor UK as its new sales director.
FleetEurope is celebrating its milestone 25th anniversary as the vehicle management solutions specialist also says it’s on track to double revenues this year.
Border delays from a hard Brexit could cost the UK automotive sector up to £50k a minute, according to the first-ever UK auto trade report.