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Fleets should provide both guidance and policy on public charging to drivers taking delivery of their first electric company car.
Two-thirds (67%) of fleet operators expect to be using EVs within the next five years – more than double the figure of 26% currently using them.
The vital subject of how to pay for electric vehicle charging is to come under focus at a new webinar being held by the Association of … Read More »
World-first consumer ratings that will benchmark automated driving systems are to go into development, starting with Automated Lane Keeping Systems (ALKS).
Kia’s new EV6 electric flagship and Sportage PHEV have made their European debuts at the Munich Motor Show.
Ogilvie Fleet has launched an electric vehicle database to help fleets, company car drivers and consumers to research their EV purchase.
The AA has teamed up with urban ecomobility organisation Silence UK to produce a concept electric e-moto scooter.
Fleet Assist is celebrating a new milestone for its garage network after servicing more than 30,000 EVs in just 2.5 years.
Nationwide Vehicle Assistance (NWVA) is expanding its ‘ONSITE’ vehicle repair service for fleets through a new business development programme.
Government analysis on the safety of smart motorways have been backed by the road and rail regulator, but it’s called for more data to evaluate the … Read More »
Government plans to relax the rules on towing trailers could have serious safety ramifications for drivers, businesses and other road users.
Five cars, spanning battery electric vehicles (BEVs), hybrids and a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, have scored full five-star safety ratings in the latest round of Euro … Read More »
A major change to licensing legislation could bring fines for fleet drivers and invalidate fleet insurance, TTC is warning.
Enterprise Car Club has opened for business in Newbury, bringing a range of electric and hybrid vehicles to the town.
Official Health and Safety Executive (HSE) guidance on driving and riding for work has been updated to reflect the rise of the ‘grey fleet’ and the … Read More »
Volkswagen is to launch a small electric car from 2025, previewed by a newly revealed concept and costing around €20,000 (£17,000).
Halewood Artisanal Spirits Plc has taken delivery of 25 Kia e-Niro electric SUVs from Bolton Kia, supporting its work to go electric.
A new version of the BVRLA Fair Wear & Tear Guide for LCVs is now out, including the latest Fair Wear & Standard.
Newly launched Health & Safety Executive guidance on driving and riding for work is to be spotlighted by Driving for Better Business this week.
Fleet Alliance is providing a zero-emission Nissan Leaf to help Scottish Renewable promote its sustainability role in Scotland’s fight against climate change ahead of COP26.
Mercedes-Benz has showcased its EQE electric saloon, essentially an electric equivalent to the E-Class and due mid-2022.
A new partnership deal has been signed, helping electric vehicle fleets cut costs and reduce their carbon footprints.
Renault has unveiled its fully electric Mégane E-Tech Electric SUV; the first of a new generation of electric vehicles.
A new web-based app has launched, enabling anyone with a smartphone to quickly and accurately assess a vehicle’s external condition and possible damage.
Ubeeqo has opened a new car club scheme in south-west London in partnership with Bellway Homes.
ATS Euromaster is growing its mobile van fleet as demand for mobile servicing soars.
Goodyear has retained its sole supply tyre contract for the UK police, building on more than 25 years of continuous supply.
New car registrations fell 22.0% in August as the sector still battles chip shortages, but electric vehicle demand continued to rocket.
Pump prices this summer hit a level around 20p higher than a year ago, despite prices finally having plateaued.
The all-electric Ford Mustang Mach-E has become a triple Guinness World Records holder after adding two charging titles to its existing ultra-efficiency record.