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Greener E10 fuel is to become the standard grade of petrol at UK pumps by September 2021, helping to cut transport CO2 emissions but potentially increasing … Read More »
Forward planning is essential now to ensure optimum fleet uptime when business starts returning to normal.
Ultra-flexible leasing company SOGO has appointed Tristan Downs as its first head of remarketing.
Electric vehicle drivers are being asked for their views on the current state of public charging to help shape future developments.
Chevin has introduced a new website and brand identity, showcasing how its smart technology can enhance both fleet and business performance.
The majority of car buyers are comfortable with re-entering showrooms when lockdown restrictions lift and have full confidence that showrooms will be Covid-safe.
Webfleet has introduced its latest Pro Driver Terminal, bringing a range of hardware technologies to help improve fleet efficiency.
Mark Gallagher has joined Fleet Operations as business development manager.
Stolen vehicle tracking provider (SVT) Trackstar has secured an extended contract with BMW UK on the back of its new tracking solution.
The AA’s business services division is hosting a webinar to launch its latest roadside innovation, the Freewheeling Hub.
Mercedes-Benz has revealed its new-generation C-Class saloon and estate, introducing an electrified-only engine line-up including plug-in hybrids, plus increased luxury and latest technology.
Vehicle movement specialist Engineius is looking to grow its profile as it positions itself as the go-to movement provider across the fleet sector.
Hyundai has unveiled its Ioniq 5 all-electric crossover; the first in its new Ioniq sub-brand.
A new ‘mythbusters’ document is available from the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) to help fleets tackle common company car driver misconceptions on electric vehicles.
Citroën is introducing a fully electric version of its Berlingo MPV, bringing five- or seven-seat practicality and a range up to 174 miles.
Car fleet management is shifting in emphasis and could soon develop into three relatively equal pillars, covering conventional fleet, grey fleet and salary sacrifice schemes.
Kia has launched a new ‘one-stop shop’ EV charging service that provides access to more than 13,900 UK charging points from a single account.
The UK auto sector has labelled plans to keep vehicle showrooms closed until at least April as “deeply disappointing” as it highlights the ongoing impact on … Read More »
The future of road charging should be tackled by the chancellor in March’s Budget, giving businesses time to prepare for any changes.
Cupra has set out ambitious plans for its further growth, underpinned by its forthcoming Born electric vehicle and a new distribution model.
The deadline for the 2021 Fleet World Great British Fleet Awards has been extended for a further week, providing extra time for fleet firms and suppliers … Read More »
Mitie has pledged yet again to ramp up its roll-out of electric vehicles as it continues to beat its EV targets.
A new London-wide advertising campaign has gone live, encouraging drivers to turn off their engines when parked to cut air pollution.
Road Angel is bringing forwards plans to release its new verbal warning alerts for lane closures.
A new SportLine variant has joined Škoda’s Enyaq iV electric SUV range, teaming up performance styling with SUV practicality.
Electric car subscription scheme Onto has introduced the MY2021 Peugeot e-208 GT to its fleet, offering customers an upgrade on the existing Peugeot e-208 GT Line … Read More »
UK drivers are being warned to brace themselves for further potentially dramatic pump price increases on the back of rising oil prices.
Honda has revealed its third-generation HR-V crossover, due late 2021 and featuring a dramatic new design and with hybrid power as standard.
The Volkswagen Tiguan has gained a pair of new petrol engines for 2021, ahead of the arrival of the performance Tiguan R SUV.