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Leasys, the mobility subsidiary of FCA Bank, is to extend its portfolio of long- and short-term vehicle solutions in the UK, aiming to grow its fleet … Read More »
Jaguar Land Rover has confirmed it is to cut hundreds of jobs at its Halewood plant in Merseyside as a result of its long-term cost-cutting programme.
Steve Whitehouse has joined the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) to spearhead its road safety work in Scotland, in particular on occupational road … Read More »
ALD Automotive is bringing its knowhow in smart mobility and alternatively fuelled vehicles to this month’s Great British Fleet Event to help operators get to grips … Read More »
A fleet of 700 Jaguar I-Pace electric SUVs are being made available to UK public sector staff for salary sacrifice under an ‘unprecedented’ deal between Jaguar … Read More »
EV cost concerns – in particular high purchase prices – are still the main barrier to fleet adoption but operators believe vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology could help … Read More »
A journey assessment and booking system launched by Enterprise has attracted more than 43,000 individual users after 14 months of operation.
Gary Kirkland has joined InstaVolt as chief technology officer to advance the firm’s technology offering, including a new mobile app.
The Government has doubled funding for charge points for residential streets; underlining plans to “make electric cars the new normal”.
Business confidence may have improved since the general election but fleets are still cautious over making long-term commitments.
UK businesses continue to face considerable challenges in managing the movement of people and goods in an uncertain economic climate, but fleets attending next week’s Great … Read More »
Car benefit specialist Tusker has named Dianne Buchanan as its new chief financial officer (CFO), replacing Laura Alexander who left in December 2019.
Businesswoman Michelle Dewberry, famed for having won the second series of The Apprentice, has become an ambassador for mobile workforce management technology firm BigChange.
One in 15 drivers breathalysed by police in Scotland over the festive season were under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
The most accident claims take place in January despite motorists typically driving less.
Bath & North East Somerset Council has confirmed it’s advancing plans for a Class C charging Clean Air Zone that will see charges introduced on vans … Read More »
Plans for a Clean Air Zone in Newcastle city centre from 2021 are gathering pace but continue to come under fire for the burden to businesses … Read More »
Nearly two-thirds of people feel that drug driving laws are not being properly enforced; possibly the result of a decline in police numbers in recent years.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
Selsia has teamed up with The Independent Distributor Alliance Limited (TIDAL) under a strategic partnership intended to bring significant benefits for fleets as well as insurers … Read More »
One of the fastest-growing fleet technology providers in the world is coming to this month’s Great British Fleet Event to connect with fleets and showcase its … Read More »
DriveTech has appointed Oliver Stevenson as national sales manager for fleets as it looks to further strengthen its work with corporates.
Trials that will help accelerate the development of wireless charging solutions are to get underway with the help of 10 plug-in taxis in Nottingham.
Prices of used hybrids and electric cars reached a record level in Q4 2019; the result of “unprecedented” demand.
The Netherlands, Norway and the United Kingdom are now the best prepared countries in Europe for the electric vehicle revolution.
Cardiff Council is exploring radical changes to its “creaking” transport system, which could see a daily congestion charge for non-residents along with a workplace parking levy … Read More »