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Fleet Assist has appointed Carl Blott as its finance director in line with plans for further growth.
Avis Budget Group is connecting more than 14,000 Ford vehicles in its European fleet, bringing a number of benefits to customers.
The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) is rolling out Chevin’s FleetWave solution to bring far more effective management of the entire lifecycles of … Read More »
Škoda is expanding the line-up for its Scala hatchback with a new sporty Monte Carlo trim that pays home to the carmaker’s rally history.
Volvo has launched a refreshed XC90 that sees the UK debut of a new mild hybrid diesel as well as introducing styling changes and an extended … Read More »
Kia is adding the first plug-in hybrid variants to its Ceed range as it looks to expand powertrain options across its wider vehicle line-up.
UK majors and city leaders are urging the Government and the private sector to provide £1.5bn in funding for a national network of 30 ‘Class D’ … Read More »
SsangYong Motors UK has appointed Mark Burrows as director of aftersales, with immediate effect, as it looks to grow its dealer network ahead of plans to … Read More »
Hyundai Motor UK has appointed Ashley Boaden as national new business development manager, bolstering the carmaker’s plans for “sustainable” fleet growth over the coming years.
Peugeot has named Matthew Weston as its new head of business sales, replacing Louise Nielson who has moved to PSA’s Free2Move Lease business.
Licence Check has reported a record number of licence checks carried out in July on company drivers.
Latest developments in end-of-life vehicle inspections are to come under the microscope at the next Vehicle Remarketing Association meeting – including the impact of new technologies … Read More »
Telematics technology firm Trak Global Group is to expand operations and develop new services after securing new growth capital investment of more than £40m.
Volkswagen has cut the price of its e-Golf by nearly £3k in a move to enhance its ‘value offering’.
Britain’s switch to ‘greener’ electricity is driving the eco benefits of electric vehicles compared to petrols or diesels – even taking battery manufacture into account.
Drivers breaking down in a live lane on an all-lane running (ALR) motorway face significantly higher dangers compared to a traditional motorway with a continuous hard … Read More »
Drivers could soon be able to receive advance warnings on traffic jams caused by roadworks from navigation apps powered by Artificial Intelligence.
European car subscription service Drover has teamed up with insurtech Zego to insure its private hire vehicle subscriber base.
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Citroën is reducing the C4 Cactus line-up from three trims to two as it focuses on higher specifications.
A new on-board e-scooter could be featured on future Hyundai and Kia vehicles to enable first and last-mile mobility.
Jaguar Land Rover UK has appointed Andrew Jago as general manager for fleet and business.
HMRC has announced latest advisory fuel rates, which take effect from 1 September 2019 and introduce minor rate changes for company car drivers.
Peugeot has extended its 3008 line-up with a plug-in hybrid model offering CO2 emissions of 29g/km, bringing a rival to the imminently arriving Hyundai Kona Hybrid.
Thinkware has introduced a new dashcam to its UK range, equipped with Ultra HD 4K resolution and Energy Saving 2.0 that drastically lowers power consumption in … Read More »
A complete ban on mobile phone usage while driving – including hands-free operation – is “long overdue and enforceable”, according to Licence Bureau.
Toyota and Suzuki have entered a capital alliance agreement, taking stakes in each other to cement the firms’ long-term partnership on areas such as autonomous driving.