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The two leading trade associations representing the electric vehicle charging industry are to merge, creating a 75-strong group of companies specialised in EV charging to lead … Read More »
Uber is offering NHS staff free meals and trips to support those working on the frontline of the coronavirus crisis.
A new white paper showing why time pressure is a key issue for fleet managers to address is now available on free download.
Speed awareness and other classes on the NDORS scheme have been cancelled for 12 weeks to support government guidance in the coronavirus outbreak.
A new cycle-to-work scheme has launched from Raleigh, potentially saving employees up to 42% on retail prices of electric bikes.
Motorists are being warned about the possibility of more drink drivers on the roads during the coronavirus lockdown.
Used car values fell 2.2% in March but, in unprecedented times, it was very much a month of two-halves.
Pod Point is still offering charge point installations involving key workers and providing a maintenance service despite pausing a range of its activities to minimise risks … Read More »
Fleets can use a new service to check current availability of service, maintenance and repair (SMR) during the coronavirus lockdown.
The NHS and corporate fleet delivery drivers are being offered fast-tracked vehicle repair services through Activate Group Ltd’s (AGL) network of approved vehicle repairers.
The coronavirus pandemic could wipe some 200,000 units off UK car production output this year, bringing ‘unprecedented’ challenges for the industry.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
Europcar Mobility Group is providing mobility support for essential workers and is offering a ‘van + driver’ bundle service for retailers under its new ‘Together’ programme.
New car registrations in Europe continued to fall in February, posting the lowest results for the month since 2015.
LeasePlan Corporation N.V. has published its 2019 Annual Report as it also comments on its actions to prepare for the unprecedented times during the Covid-19 pandemic.
e2e Total Loss Vehicle Management has adapted its services to help support key workers while also working to reduce the spread of coronavirus.
Plans to start the UK’s first city centre Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ) in Oxford at the end of the year have been postponed in response to … Read More »
Birmingham City Council has written to central government requesting the launch of its Clean Air Zone be postponed.
MG Motor UK and its dealer network is supplying up to 100 electric MG ZS cars to NHS agencies across the UK.
Vehicle maintenance checks by drivers have become even more business-critical following the Government’s decision to suspend MoT tests as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Fleets can use the current lockdown to enhance their learning to help tackle current and forthcoming sector-based challenges, from changing legislation and tax regulations, to new … Read More »
The coronavirus situation has created a “two-speed fleet economy” for the medium-term rental sector, with considerably increased demand in some sectors while others have effectively closed.
The Government has responded to calls for cars, motorcycles and vans to be granted MOT exemption during the coronavirus outbreak but has stressed that vehicles must … Read More »
New analysis shows how the used car industry in Europe is responding to different stages of Covid-19 including the potential impact it will have on the … Read More »
The Government has confirmed that garages – as well as rental firms – can stay open during the coronavirus outbreak, bringing essential support for key workers.
Businesses can now calculate the estimated ROI from using the RingGo Corporate parking solution.
Firms are showing increased interest for contractors, following the announcement of the postponed new off-payroll rules (IR35), according to recruiter Robert Walters.
The vital role being played by vehicle rental during the coronavirus outbreak has been spotlighted by the BVRLA, which says that tens of thousands of cars, … Read More »