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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.
Kia has announced a recall of around 1,000 Sorento cars in the UK for an update to the eCall system.
Arval has introduced a set of new mobility services, said to represent an industry-first and spearheading its plans to be a leader in sustainable mobility.
Allstar has added 110 new charge points to the charging network for its Allstar One Electric payment card as it continues to expand the network fast.
Christian Schüler has succeeded Gero Götzenberger as CEO of Athlon International with immediate effect.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car has added 17 Toyota Mirai hydrogen cars to its UK fleet as it explores options for low- and zero-emission rental vehicles.
The Government is investing an extra £20m into funding available for local authorities to deploy much-needed on-street charge points.
The Government needs to take ownership of the issues with kerbside charging and include action in next month’s Budget.
Vehicle conversions specialist Bott has taken delivery of its first electric cars under its work to become more sustainable and environmentally conscious.
The EU flag has now been removed from future driving licences and number plates in the UK, marking the first anniversary of Brexit.
DriveTech has launched a series of new training videos, providing an easier way for fleets to engage with drivers on safety.
Mercedes-Benz cars and vans can now be used to connect with Webfleet Solutions’ telematics platform, providing a wealth of fleet insights without the need for hardware … Read More »
Allianz Insurance has outsourced the management of its entire UK company car fleet to Fleet Logistics UK while also switching to leasing.
Values for three-year-old cars fell 1.4% during January; an anomaly that was the direct result of the pandemic, according to Cap HPI.
Commercial fleet activity has remained high in the second and third lockdowns, thanks to businesses successfully adapting to new ways of working.
A new epyx product launching later this quarter will provide a strong basis for future fleet connected car developments in service, maintenance and repair (SMR).
‘Vital’ road upgrades to the tune of £93m have been given the go-ahead to fuel the economic recovery from the pandemic.
Fleet Alliance has reported a huge surge in electric vehicle orders, driven by both the 0% Benefit-in-Kind rate and the 2030 fossil-fuelled vehicles ban.
Suzuki has said that fleet will remain a focus going forwards despite no longer having a head of fleet and remarketing.
No firm decisions have been made yet on a charging Clean Air Zone for Bristol, according to the city council, despite reports saying it’s been confirmed.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
ATS Euromaster’s has reported a huge rise in uptake for its free Digital Vehicle Health Checks, which provide key vehicle ‘physical health’ info for customers.