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ALD has announced proposed changes to its Board of Directors and within its general management and executive committee.
Highways England has released new footage to remind drivers of the dangers of tailgating.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
Drivers in the West Midlands could be paid ‘credits’ to ditch their personal vehicles as part of a new £20m Future Mobility programme from Transport for … Read More »
A surge in vehicle crime, including keyless car theft, led to record insurance pay-outs in 2018, with more than £1m being paid every day in the … Read More »
Flexible car leasing company Cars on Demand says it currently has no plans to specifically invest in fully automated cars as its research finds consumer trust … Read More »
Arval is continuing its work to help employees and customers make the switch to electric with plans to install charging points across its UK premises, including … Read More »
Global energy business Gridserve is to roll out a UK-wide network of more than 100 ‘Electric Forecourts’ to bring low-cost, ultra-fast charging, backed by renewable energy … Read More »
Enterprise Rent-A-Car UK has signed an agreement to acquire commercial vehicle rental specialist, SHB Hire.
A court appeal that has overturned a previous Pendragon Motor Group conviction on a supposedly misleading used car advert could spell an end to “irrational prejudice … Read More »
Fleets and leasing companies are being urged to factor in total cost of disposal (TCD) as part of their total cost of ownership calculations to get … Read More »
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) is calling for the UK to scrap twice-yearly clock changes to help prevent serious injury and death … Read More »
UK car manufacturing tumbled 15.3% in February, marking the ninth consecutive month of downturn.
Seat is to take the lead on developing a new platform for small, affordable EVs for the Volkswagen Group as part of a new electric cars … Read More »
Plans to mandate advanced safety systems, including autonomous emergency braking (AEB) and intelligent speed limiters, on all new cars from 2022 will bring significant improvements for … Read More »
Dashcam and tracking technology from Camera Telematics is helping London-based Orbital Fasteners to combat insurance fraud and improve accident management across its fleet.
Licence Check is introducing upgrades for its cloud-based Driver and Vehicle Information Solution (Davis) brand to help further automate driver and vehicle compliance management and address … Read More »
Hertz Europe has launched a new rental collection in the UK to offer a new themed premium experience.
Morrisons is tying up with the GeniePoint charging network to deploy rapid electric vehicle charging across its sites, nationwide.
Škoda has introduced SportLine variants of its Octavia hatch and estate, providing bespoke design and specification features.
Ford is to launch 48-volt mild hybrid Fiesta and Focus models next year as part of wider plans for range electrification that will take in vans … Read More »
Highland Council has cut its travel costs by a third and reduced its carbon footprint by introducing Enterprise Car Club vehicles to replace ‘grey fleet’ travel.
Brake is to run a free webinar discussing the important role organisations can play in influencing safe and healthy mobility in the communities where they work.