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Fleet-focused new Škoda Octavia SE Technology models to start from £22,410 and incur 28% Benefit-in-Kind (BiK).
SsangYong Motors UK has appointed Kevin Griffin as its new managing director, starting tomorrow, 1st July.
New research published by Arval indicates that business drivers still prefer their company car to alternative mobility options.
Businesses are being advised to review their vehicle remarketing strategies to ensure they are prepared, should lockdown measures ever be reapplied again.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is to announce mass investment in the country’s infrastructure, including £100m towards 29 road projects.
The next Geneva Motor Show is to be held in 2022, skipping 2021 altogether, it has been confirmed.
A new consultation into the multi-billion pound Lower Thames Crossing has been launched by Highways England.
The Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) has released details of its first in a line of new committees to be introduced; the Electric Vehicle, Low Carbon … Read More »
The Government has confirmed that mandatory MOT testing will resume from 1 August 2020, as COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease.
Fleet World Group is deeply saddened to report the passing of friend and colleague Neil McIntee, following a short battle with cancer.
June saw a two-tier market for used car values with older, cheaper car prices increasing in general, but under two-year-old car prices dropping on average, Cap … Read More »
According to provisional data, published today by the European Environment Agency (EEA), average carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from new passenger cars registered in the European Union … Read More »
New research released today by Arval shows that the UK is leading Europe on its adoption of low-emission company cars.
Latest SMMT figures show UK car manufacturing output fell 95.4% in May, with just 5,314 vehicles built.
V4B has appointed Jason Reynolds as its new managing director, effective immediately.
UK regional police forces are assessing the viability of the British-built Toyota Corolla Hybrid model’s potential as a patrol car.
Zenith has appointed Aston Barclay as its preferred supplier of remarketing services as part of a new two-year contract.
Licence Bureau has warned that road safety and legal compliance must remain top priorities as businesses adapt to working from home.
Seven new corporate members have joined the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) in the first two weeks of June, including ALD Automotive and Marshall Leasing.
The BVRLA has commented that the Committee on Climate Change’s progress report about reducing UK emissions, released today, is too early to say whether 2032 is … Read More »
The City of Oslo and Jaguar Land Rover have made an agreement for the car maker to suply the city with a fleet of wirelessly charged … Read More »
Airmax Remote has appointed Nickie Hunt-Mason to help grow the company and meet its targets in the leasing companies, direct corporate fleets and emergency services sectors.
Two-thirds of fleet managers who responded to a poll by Lex Autolease said that sustainability remains as important to their business as it was before the … Read More »
Immense has announced a new, easy to use, cloud-based simulation platform that enables a fleet manager to determine how many vehicles are needed to provide a … Read More »
Vauxhall has revealed the new Mokka, complete with electric option offering a 201 mile range, a new design showcasing the future direction for Vauxhall and the … Read More »
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps today told the Transport Committee that local authorities need to re-prioritise the way road space is used, with cycling and walking at … Read More »
The new Volkswagen Arteon ushers in a new era for the sleek business car, with new styling, a digital interior, connected car features and the choice … Read More »