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With an increase from two to five models featuring innovative plug-in hybrid drive by November 2020, the new BMW 5 Series offers the largest range of … Read More »
Circle Leasing, the five-times winners of the ABP Club Courtesy/Replacement Car Provider of the Year award, has named Sarah Minogue as the company’s new head of … Read More »
New-found trust in technology, along with a growing awareness in changing behaviours, looks set to heighten interest in road safety ‘personalisation’ for businesses, according to TTC … Read More »
Volkswagen is in the process up updating its model range, to include the latest MIB3 infotainment system across the board, as well as adding RDE2-compliant engines.
The WHO now officially recognises “burn-out” as a medical diagnosis for overworked employees, particularly in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and changes to work patterns.
The UK used car market has declined by 48.9% in the second quarter of 2020, according to the latest SMMT statistics.
Shell has launched a new integrated fleet management solution, dubbed Shell Telematics and its first move into the UK fleet telematics space.
Openreach has placed an order for nine Vauxhall Corsa-e electric cars and 270 Vauxhall Vivaro-e electric vans.
Quartix, has reported it is on track to meet its 2020 financial expectations overall despite challenges faced in the fleet sector during the on-going COVID-19 pandemic.
Hyundai chooses IONIQ branding to represent its mobility vision, including three new IONIQ EV models.
Electric Vehicle tech company Mina has begun a trial partnership with Mitie Group to support its transition to an electric fleet using Mina’s software that allows … Read More »
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
BMW has introduced its GPS geo-fencing technology, enabling zero-emission running for its plug-in hybrids in designated zones.
A new tool is now available to help companies understand the impact of Covid-19 on employee mobility, safety and wellbeing.
Installation of the new infrastructure for the expanded Ultra Low Emission Zone is now underway ahead of its opening in October 2021.
DriveTech has launched a new website, bringing an enhanced global focus to reflect its comprehensive driver risk management solutions.
A distraction and drowsiness detection system for drivers has been updated to provide alerts for drivers wearing face masks.
The Miles Consultancy (TMC) has acquired digital mileage management company Vertivia Holdings for an undisclosed fee.
Kia is increasing availability of its MY20 e-Niro, supporting “intense demand” for the crossover EV.
Coca-Cola European Partners Great Britain Ltd’s (CCEP) defeat in its recent Court of Appeal case will further muddy the waters for fleets and manufacturers on what’s … Read More »
Kia is upgrading its Stonic compact SUV with a new mild-hybrid petrol engine alongside updates to existing petrols and latest driver assistance and safety features.
Fleet extensions to replacement cycles are at an “acute point of weakness” and at adds with plans to also cut costs on servicing and maintenance.
Medium-term rental specialist Meridian Vehicle Solutions has deployed the first electric vehicles on its fleet, targeting fleets and drivers looking to try out the technology.
Transport for London (TfL) has released a new travel app to make it easier for customers to plan their journeys as more Londoners return to public … Read More »
The majority (82%) of drivers believe the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans should end before 2035 – although there are still concerns … Read More »
Tusker has extended Fleet Assist’s contract to provide its garage network and service bookings services for a further three years – ensuring comprehensive services for drivers, … Read More »
UK new car registrations saw a major rebound in July, aided by pent-up demand and the reopening of dealerships across the nation.
Crash-for-cash schemes remain a “real and growing” threat for fleet managers and drivers alike, but some simple measures could help drivers avoid being caught out.