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Fleet software specialist FleetCheck is now ISO 27001 certified, reinforcing its information security credentials.
Mobility experts from Transport for London (TfL) and Bosch are to work with start-ups and small businesses to develop smart mobility solutions under a new 18-month … Read More »
Autovista Group is launching a new subscription service to provide indepth residual value data on Europe’s used car markets – including highlighting the impact of governments’ … Read More »
The used car market is seeing retail prices improve across key market profiles as the new car market continues to suffer from WLTP disruption, according to … Read More »
London’s Santander Cycles scheme has introduced contactless payments to make the process of hiring a bike quicker and easier.
Older diesels are to be banned from Bonn and Cologne in Germany from April 2019 following a court ruling.
Average values for fleet & lease reached record levels again at BCA in October 2018, as demand continued to drive up values.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
Dubbed “the UK’s smartest charger”, a new home charging solution is to launch early next year to bring multiple benefits for EV drivers.
The Hyundai Kona Electric has come out top of the table in What Car? tests of real-world driving range.
The concept of Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) and its opportunities for fleets are to come under the spotlight at a conference taking place later this month in Derby.
Brake is running a free webinar for fleets on how to tackle drink and drug driving.
EV rapid charging network Engenie has partnered with M7 Real Estate to install rapid chargers across all of its out-of-town retail warehouses.
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class diesel plug-in-hybrid is now available to order, with prices starting at £47,700 for the Saloon and £49,700 for the Estate.
Diesel, petrol and PHEV vehicles all have a place in the fleet mix, with diesels still having the highest average mpg by far for longer journeys.
Fleets have a last chance to register for the Vehicle Remarketing Association’s free seminar on ‘The Challenges of 2019’, which takes place on 22 November.
Transport has a vital role to play in putting towns ‘back on the map’ – but investment needs to be coordinated and part of a cross-sector … Read More »
The autumn 2018 issue of Renault’s digital business magazine, aimed at fleets wishing to learn more about the brand’s cars and vans, is now live.
Latest-generation diesel cars are emitting less NOx than current and future emissions thresholds and can play a key role for cities looking to meet air compliance … Read More »
Ashley Boaden has joined fleet management and leasing specialist CBVC as national sales manager and is looking to expand the company’s focus on larger fleets.
Forecourts should introduce upfront fuel payments to avoid drive-off thefts, according to a senior police chief.
Order books for Citroën’s C5 Aircross flagship SUV are to open next month with prices starting from £23,225 while CO2 starts from 106g/km.
Rapid charging provider InstaVolt has installed its 200th rapid charger some 12 months after deploying its first unit.
ViaVan is to bring its on-demand ride-sharing scheme to Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire, marking its fourth city launch.
Pete Marsden is to retire from his role as managing director at National Windscreens at the end of November.
Asda has cut unleaded fuel prices by 2ppl in a move expected to spark a new supermarket fuel price war.
Derbyshire County Council has appointed Auto Windscreens as its sole automotive glazing provider across its 600-strong fleet following a competitive tender.
Fleet managers and suppliers are invited to enter for the inaugural Great British Fleet Awards – recognising the pinnacle of innovation and talent in the fleet industry.
Fleet and overall new car registrations fell again in October despite rises in hybrid and plug-in registrations, leading many fleet experts to deride the Government’s “baffling” … Read More »
Charging point supplier Swarco eVolt has launched a pan-European new network for its own eVolt charging points as well as third party-manufactured charging stations.