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Selsia has enhanced its accident reporting services for fleets with the launch of a new app.
Pump prices are expected to fall in the next fortnight as a result of lower oil prices, with Asda already leading the charge on price cuts.
Replacements of brake pads and discs are the most common SMR jobs on fleet vehicles, according to a new list from epyx.
Education on smart motorways and the rules for using them must be stepped up to stop more accidents happening, according to new research.
A new e-cargo bike service is being trialled in the Chiswick area to support businesses with an alternative zero-carbon delivery option.
NewMotion has expanded its roaming charging network with the addition of rapid chargers from Osprey Charging.
Islington Council has taken delivery of six Renault Zoe fully electric superminis, supporting its ambitions to help tackle the climate crisis.
ABAX has expanded into Belgium with the acquisition of RAM Track-and-trace.
Allstar Business Solutions has partnered with Applegreen, expanding its fuel card network by a further 102 fuel sites.
The Brecon Beacons National Park continues to expand its EV fleet with the addition of its first van.
Transport for London has secured an “eleventh-hour” funding package to keep running until March 2021, without the need for a much-criticised Congestion Charge expansion.
Staff reorganisations and redundancies as a result of the pandemic are resulting in a skills shortage for those taking over in fleet that could last a … Read More »
A new online audit module is now available in Licence Check’s DAVIS risk management solution to tackle the ‘explosion’ in the number of grey fleet drivers … Read More »
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
The Government is being urged not to expand the London Congestion Charge as the row over the conditions for Transport for London’s proposed emergency funding plays … Read More »
EV start-up Mina Energy is working in partnership with The Algorithm People to make it easier for fleet managers to switch to electric vehicles, including through a … Read More »
Ford is to circumvent potential fines under EU emissions legislation by entering a pooling arrangement with Volvo.
Trakm8 has signed a long-term deal to supply its route optimisation and delivery slot booking software to one of the UK’s largest grocery retailers.
Europcar Mobility Group is aiming to connect its entire fleet by 2023 under an expanded partnership with Telefónica and Geotab.
SSE Enterprise is supporting the shift to electric vehicles for its drivers and customers under a new deal with Alfen.
Bramble Energy has become the latest UK firm to deploy a Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell car for emission-free transport.
Kia is developing a standard platform for next-generation military vehicles, ahead of starting military deployment in Korea from 2024.
Doubts over the safety of forthcoming autonomous vehicle tech need to be resolved before fleets should allow their drivers to use it.
Claire Hughes has joined Ebbon-Dacs in the brand-new role of head of commercial – leasing & OEMs in line with the company’s future growth plans.
UK car manufacturing output fell 5.0% in the worst September since 1995, as the industry issues a plea for a vital Brexit deal.
Citroën has introduced its new three-year Advance UK plans, focused on providing lower pricing, a revised range structure and a “now meticulous” focus on residual values … Read More »
Jaguar has updated the E-Pace with new connectivity features, updated design and latest powertrains, including the range’s first plug-in hybrid.
Rising personal leasing demand and LCV take-up helped offset declining business contract hire for cars in Q2, new data from the BVRLA shows.
Avant Homes is deploying a fleet of 30 Honda e electric vehicles, marking the first fleet deal for the electric city car.
Lloyd Kia Carlisle is the latest Kia dealership to achieve Business Specialist Dealer (BSD) status, enhancing its business focus.