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Drive iQ has launched a major new revision of its online driver safety and well-being programme for 2021, while also introducing more accessible pricing.
The AA is promoting its newly launched car leasing solution as an ‘accessible way’ into the electric vehicle market to help drivers avoid London ULEZ and … Read More »
Car subscription firm Onto has further expanded its electric vehicle fleet with the addition of the Kona Electric and Ioniq Electric.
A new consultancy has launched to help fleets make better use of the technology available to them.
Industry veteran Maurice Howkins has joined ultra-flexible lease provider SOGO as corporate sales director.
A new procurement system has launched, claimed to enable the public sector to purchase alternative fuel vehicles on a larger scale than ever before.
Accident aftercare specialist AX has launched a new like-for-like replacement vehicle service for electric vehicle drivers; part of a range of actions to enhance its EV … Read More »
The return to colder weather over the coming days is expected to bring an increased number of accidents and breakdowns.
Potholes are becoming a growing concern for drivers, overtaking texting and drink driving in problem ratings.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
More drivers than ever are ready to go electric but lack of charging stations is proving a roadblock on making the switch.
Mazda has become the first carmaker to join the eFuel Alliance, as it pushes for CO2-neutral fuels to be included in work to reduce emissions in … Read More »
Motorists are being warned to “always drive as if you are being watched by the police”, as dashcam footage becomes a “game changer” in law enforcement.
Fleets can now use a white-label version of Autorola’s vehicle disposal platform to remarket straight to the trade.
Fleet managers and suppliers are invited to enter for the 2021 Fleet World Great British Fleet Awards – including new electric vehicle categories – which will … Read More »
Addison Lee has launched a two-hour delivery service, helping London businesses compete with Amazon.
Daimler is planning to split into two separate companies for cars and trucks in a “profound reshaping of the business” to enable their increasingly divergent work.
BigChange has sold a majority stake in the company to Boston-based growth investment firm Great Hill Partners, enabling it to push ahead with future expansion plans.
BVRLA member satisfaction rose across all key areas in 2020, driven by the organisation’s support in a very challenging year.
Licence Check has launched a Single Sign On (SSO) framework to improve efficiency and security for end-users of its cloud-based DAVIS (Driver and Vehicle Management Solution) … Read More »
DS Automobiles has revealed its brand-new DS 4 premium hatchback, due November 2021 and rivalling the Audi A3 and BMW 1 Series.
The chancellor is being urged to resist any move to end the fuel duty freeze in next month’s Budget as new data shows fuel prices remain … Read More »
Fleet drivers at Northern Powergrid have responded enthusiastically to the firm’s new Advanced Driver Training, with scores of employees taking up the offer.
Leasing companies are now able to access real-time WLTP data under a partnership between Jato Dynamics and Sofico, ensuring fleets get accurate CO2 and fuel figures.
Ebbon Group is to start developing Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions for automotive sectors, including fleet and rental, via a new tie-up with Oxford University spin-off Zegami.
Targa Telematics has helped support the launch of the Leasys Miles pay-as-you-go personal leasing service in the UK.
Ford is partnering with Google to “reinvent connected vehicle customer experiences” and to accelerate its transformation plan under a new six-year tie-up.