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The Government must help make zero-emission cars affordable and build the necessary charging infrastructure to encourage drivers to make the transition.
The Government’s new Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce is to come under focus at today’s Zero Emission Vehicle Summit, helping to manage rising take-up of EVs.
The Prime Minister is earmarking a £106m funding package to help drive an “ambitious mission” for the UK to become a world leader in low-emission technology.
Lex Autolease is offering £1,000 towards the cost of the first 1,000 electric vehicles it leases from 2019 in a move to help drive EV adoption.
Lightfoot is making its driver behaviour technology available to the general public for the first time, building on its fleet success.
Company vehicle branding is becoming ever-more important in the business battle but poor or corrupt livery can prove to be a huge cost to business.
CLM Fleet Management has launched a driver app that’s available to all its end-users and brings a range of helpful features.
Addressing the cliff-edge in company car benefit-in-kind (BiK) tax rates and bringing forward the 2% rate to 2019/20 could help drive ULEV uptake.
Tusker has retained the NOE CPC Vehicle Leasing and Vehicle Salary Sacrifice Schemes framework following a latest tender.
Ultra-low emission vehicles could get green numberplates under a government scheme intended to incentivise ‘going green’.
Mercedes-Benz head of fleet Rob East is to move into a new role outside the carmaker after stepping down from his current position.
Tracker has launched a new tracking solution, designed to bring “affordable” tracking.
The impact of WLTP and the ASA ruling on the used car sector are to come under focus at a free seminar being hosted by the … Read More »
The Government has pledged £2m in funding for e-cargo bikes grants to help provide a zero-emission alternative to traditional last-mile delivery vehicles.
Sadiq Khan’s plans to remove Congestion Charge exemption from private hire vehicles (PHVs) will drive up fares for customers without actually tackling congestion.
Streets in London’s Square Mile could go ULEV-only based on results from a forthcoming pilot.
Apollo Vredestein has expanded its winter range with the new Aspire XP Winter tyre.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
More than half (53%) of new drivers say the current hazard perception test is out of date and in need of modernisation.
Volvo has unveiled a new autonomous concept that it says could radically change the way people commute, including replacing domestic air travel.
Vehicle thieves are now turning to the ‘dark web’ to buy stolen identities, fuelling a surge in organised crime, anti-fraud experts have warned.
The average UK SME is being hit with a £6,000 repair bill each year due to vehicle accidents, new research suggests.
Frankfurt is to become the fifth major German city to instate a diesel ban following a court ruling.
Swapping from contract hire to long-term rental is helping to cut downtime and bring increased flexibility for Komfort Partitioning.
Mercedes-Benz is to launch a long-range, high-performance electric SUV next year, rivalling the Jaguar I-Pace, Audi E-Tron and Tesla Model X.
Fleets are being invited to help raise Government awareness of the problems facing the fleet industry, by supporting an online petition.
The UK Government needs to ‘get its act together’ with regards to company car tax policy, a prominent tax expert has warned, adding that it has … Read More »