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Fleet operators will need to develop new skills in matching fuel types to specific business needs as the market moves away from a diesel-dominated ‘one size … Read More »
More than 300 signs are going up across London to warn drivers about April’s launch of the Ultra Low Emission Zone.
UK car manufacturing fell 9.8% in October, marking the fifth consecutive month of decline as Brexit and declining consumer confidence continued to hit hard.
A new international residual value analysis tool that offers fleet operators a deeper understanding of cross-country trends is to launch from Cap HPI.
A two-week crackdown on illegal, dangerous and careless behaviour on London roads has seen more than 4,700 offences dealt with by police officers.
ChargePoint has secured investment of $240m (£188m) as it looks to further expand its network in Europe and North America, and expand its fleet solutions.
The fleet industry has a “strong desire” to switch to alternative fuels but is being hampered by a lack of financial incentives and charging infrastructure.
Three-quarters of carmakers in the UK say a ‘no-deal’ Brexit would hit their business, impacting on profitability and future investment.
Latest-generation diesels that comply with the Euro 6d-Temp standard are still “an important building block for corporate mobility”.
The majority of fleets are looking to go electric in the next 10 years, driven by rising government pressure as well as advances in technology.
Thatcham Research has appointed Jonathan Hewett as chief executive, succeeding Peter Shaw who stepped down earlier this year.
Vehicle leasing provider Synergy Automotive has employed a raft of new recruits as it continues to grow.
The Vehicle Remarketing Association has appointed Sam Watkins as its new chair, replacing Glenn Sturley.
London’s Air Ambulance charity has replaced its current serving Škoda fleet with five new models to support its operations.
Used car buyers are increasingly showing interest in alternatively fuelled vehicles (AFVs) but this is largely at the expense of petrol rather than diesel. So says Auto … Read More »
The ADLV (Association For Driving Licence Verification) has said it’s expecting marked growth for online checks by local authority fleets as the DVLA’s DLC option ends.
Nottingham is to progress schemes to clean up air pollution in the city without charging vehicles after securing approval from the Government.
Vauxhall has confirmed plans to cut 241 jobs by the end of 2019 at Ellesmere Port to ensure the plant remains “competitive” going forwards.
Telematics technology must play a leading role in government plans to improve road safety.
Fleet and mobility technology firm Fleetondemand has appointed well-known industry figure Andrew Cope as its executive chairman.
Land Rover has unveiled the second-generation Range Rover Evoque, which will introduce a new platform and styling along with mild hybrid engine tech from the outset … Read More »
A consortium led by Addison Lee has won funding from the Government to trial autonomous vehicle ride-sharing services in London by 2021.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…