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Zipcar UK has signed up Goodyear Tyres to supply tyres for its car and van sharing services.
Enterprise has launched its 24/7 car club service into Hartlepool to help support sustainable transport services in the area.
Tax uncertainty, including over WLTP, is continuing to impact fleet new car demand while private registrations are being hit by diesel and Brexit concerns, as shown … Read More »
The ICFM has announced details of its 2019 Annual Members’ Conference, which will include football commentator John Motson as celebrity guest speaker as well as a … Read More »
The Easter getaway will start this Friday – some two weeks early – as millions of families take to the roads when the schools break up.
A free webinar providing advice on effective leadership for fleets is being run by Brake to mark the United Nations Global Road Safety Week taking place 6-12 May … Read More »
Fleet industry stalwart John Pryor is to resign from ACFO ahead of his retirement from his job as fleet and travel manager at Arcadia Group.
ALD Automotive has launched a fully digital employee car scheme for corporate customers, designed as a complementary, low-admin proposition alongside traditional company car schemes.
Oxford’s plans for drivers to go zero-emission have been supercharged today with the announcement that a £41m world-first Energy Superhub will be built in south Oxford.
Volkswagen has revealed its I.D. Roomzz concept ahead of its debut at the Shanghai Motor Show as it showcases a future electric large SUV.
Fleet Evolution has further expanded its ‘Electric Flex’ salary sacrifice initiative in a move that makes running electric cars feasible for the vast majority of employees.
The average price of petrol rose for the second month in row in March with the possibility of further rises in the coming weeks.
Used diesel car prices increased again in Q1 2019 to £13,226, according to Autorola, hitting the highest level since it launched its quarterly used car prices … Read More »
Vehicle tracking specialist Simplytrak has promoted former business development Ian Wood as managing director.
Ford’s all-new Kuga SUV will include three ‘electrified’ drivetrains, including a plug-in hybrid with CO2 emissions from 29g/km, alongside petrol and diesel versions.
ViaVan is rolling out its on-demand ridesharing service into new areas in Milton Keynes after seeing high demand for the service in its first six months … Read More »
Traffic and sat nav app Waze has introduced smart routing to help drivers avoid London’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone if their vehicles are not compliant.
Personal development can improve the standing of fleet managers and fleet itself within businesses, according to Paul Hollick, chairman of ICFM.
The Transport Committee has launched an inquiry to explore the problems of pavement parking in England and consider possible solutions – including a ban.
Bridgestone Europe is to power ahead with plans to become a “mobility solutions leader” after completing its acquisition of TomTom Telematics for €910m (£781m).
The North East’s first-ever triple decker junction is now open following a £75m Highways England scheme that will reduce journey times for drivers and cut congestion.
The number of drivers caught speeding in England and Wales rose 4% in 2017-18, with drivers still facing much higher chances of being caught under some … Read More »
Volkswagen has signed up with car subscription firm Drover to offer drivers access to selected Volkswagen models for a monthly all-in subscription payment.
Fleets can help ensure the success of the Government’s Road to Zero Strategy through implementing eco fleet policies and eliminating cash or car policies that are … Read More »
Newcastle University and the Transport Systems Catapult (TSC) are to work together on future transport and urban environment solutions under a new agreement.