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The 205-mile range new electric Corsa is now available for pre-order.
The first minister’s decision to reject plans for an M4 relief road will cost the Welsh economy hundreds of millions of pounds in lost investment, according … Read More »
A survey has found motorists believe new legislation should be drawn up to tackle the increased number of cyclists and the rise of electric-assist bikes on … Read More »
Jaguar Land Rover and BMW Group have confirmed a collaboration between the two companies to deveop the next generation of electric drive units (EDU).
Fuel prices at the pump continue to rise over the last eight weeks, despite oil wholesale cost reductions and government claims that savings are reflected within … Read More »
Arval is replacing its former Corporate Vehicle Observatory research platform with a new Mobility Observatory initiative to provide a comprehensive insight into the changing world of … Read More »
SEAT’s electric offensive has begun with the Mii electric – a Volkswagen e-up! based car – with a WLTP stated range of 161.5 miles per charge.
ICFM is launching a new Intermediate Certificate online distance learning course in car and LCV fleet management to join its existing Introductory Certificate course.
INRIX has launched a new traffic solution said to bring the most precise and actionable traffic information to date thanks to the use of artificial intelligence.
Auto Windscreens operations director James MacBeth is to assume the role of managing director as Rupert Armitage steps down.
Used car platform Cazoo has signed up BCA to provide vehicle logistics, refurbishment and disposal requirements ahead of the firm’s launch later this year.
Hyundai is adding a petrol-electric hybrid model to the Kona line-up, bringing CO2 emissions from 90g/km.
Daimler’s mytaxi ride-hailing app is rebranding as Free Now under the BMW and Daimler mobility joint venture.
Car leasing broker Synergy Automotive has changed its name to Synergy Car Leasing to better reflect requirements among its personal and SME business customers.
Peugeot has revealed pricing and specs for the latest 508 SW, which introduces new design and technology features and is available to order now.
Three London boroughs have teamed up to offer support to courier firms in a move to encourage the switch to e-bikes.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
Figures from popular EV charge point mapping service Zap-Map, show that public charging locations now surpasses petrol stations for the first time.
Auto Windscreens – the automotive glass repair and replacement company – has announced the appointment of Sam Edge as its new director of business development.
The Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association has chosen petrol-powered SEAT Arona to replace its diesel high-mileage fleet.
The Fleet Management Toolkit has been updated and expanded to include a guide to private fuel benefit and more, the Energy Saving Trust (EST) says.
Kia has instigated a voluntary recall of 5,020 Kia Niro Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) models due to possible overheating in an electrical relay.
Co-wheels has introduced a new fleet of 10 Renault Zoe electric cars available for rent in Bristol, following funding from the European Union research project ‘Replicate’.
Silverstone racing circuit has been supplied with specially adapted Ford Focus Estates by JCT600 VLS, for use as medical response vehicles.
Mercedes-Benz has revealed specification and prices for the new GLC, starting at £39,420 for the 220 d 4MATIC Sport.