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Jaguar is to become an all-electric luxury brand from 2025 under a new Reimagine strategy that will streamline Jaguar Land Rover and enable its net zero … Read More »
The Department for Transport (DfT) has allocated £500m to local authorities in England to fix potholes and other roads issues.
The Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) has opened a consultation exploring ways to improve the experience for electric vehicle drivers at public charge points.
The Government has updated and expanded the workplace and home charging schemes with a £50m boost to help expand the charging infrastructure.
Arval has reported a successful year of growth in 2020, despite the lockdown, while also setting out plans for 2021.
A free-to-attend webinar that can help fleets reduce driver risks is being hosted by DriveTech next month.
Citroën has revealed its facelifted C3 Aircross SUV, which introduces new design and comfort features.
Telematics and tracking specialist Vimcar is planning to introduce further innovations over the coming year as it connects its 100,000th company vehicle.
Martyn Collins has all the details on the iconic French brand’s electric strategy, and an all-new Renault 5 supermini.
Used car values rose in January, despite the UK entering its third lockdown, showing a solid start to 2021.
The rate of growth of the electric vehicle public charging network isn’t fast enough to meet growing demand for EVs, potentially putting would-be EV drivers off.
Highways England has been referred to the Crown Prosection Service (CPS) for a possible charge of Corporate Manslaughter following the death of a 62-year-old woman on … Read More »
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
A new tool that can help the fleet and automotive sector ensure driver data is kept safe is launching in the UK and EU.
Fleets are increasingly turning to personal contract hire (PCH) schemes to support the growing numbers of drivers taking a cash allowance.
Mild hybrid technology and a clever gearbox marks out the refreshed i30, says Martyn Collins.
Škoda has given a first glimpse of the fourth-generation Fabia, which will bring increased space and latest petrol engines when it arrives later this year.
Drink drive fatalities have reached their highest level in a decade, prompting renewed calls for the legal alcohol limit to be lowered.
Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) surged to take a 21% share of new business contract hire registrations in the third quarter of 2020, thanks to the Government’s … Read More »
An all-new interior and diesel engine with mild hybrid technology mark out the facelifted XF in the executive class, Martyn Collins finds.
Lidl’s plans to install 350 rapid chargers by 2022 have reached a milestone with the installation of the 100th charger.
QV Systems has partnered with Licence Bureau to complete its fleet management solution.
Online car retailer Cazoo is continuing on the acquisition trail with news that it’s bought Smart Fleet Solutions (SFS).
The Department for Transport has said it’s looking to evolve its current work on promoting electric vehicles as question marks remain over the future of the … Read More »
Nissan has introduced a series of upgrades to the NV300 Combi, including a more efficient powertrain2, sharper styling and new safety tech.
Audi has broken into the electric saloon sector with the unveiling of its Tesla Model S-rivalling e-tron GT.
Fleet Logistics Group is accelerating growth plans for its Global Mobility Solutions (GMS) division as it continues to transition into a specialist in managed mobility solutions.
Charlie Brooks has been appointed as the new strategy director at epyx.
Vauxhall is to introduce an electric version of its Combo Life MPV, aimed at both families and fleets.