Category : Opinions
Colin Paterson, head of marketing at DriveTech, part of the AA, looks at how a switch away from public transport and increased car usage and active … Read More »
Paul Holland, MD for UK Fuel at Fleetcor, looks at the current uncertainty of oil and fuel prices.
For many of us the recent pandemic has allowed for more time to focus on business planning and strategy and that includes time to assess what … Read More »
David Brennan, CEO of Nexus Vehicle Rental, offers advice on how to continue operations safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Katherine Nield, lawyer, UK clean air at ClientEarth, on why it’s essential that Clean Air Zones – postponed due to the coronavirus crisis – should go … Read More »
Jon Lawes, managing director, Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions, tells Fleet World how the company has taken action to ensure continued operation during the coronavirus pandemic and … Read More »
Alfonso Martinez, managing director at LeasePlan UK, advises key workers and other drivers making essential trips on how to use their vehicles safely during lockdown.
Mike Brown, director of industry collaboration & partnerships at the University of Salford, looks at the need for manufacturers to diverge from simply converting existing vehicle … Read More »
Attila Dobos, operations director at LeasePlan UK, shares shared seven steps to ensure that your car is as clean as possible during the coronavirus outbreak.
A new report has revealed UK businesses are failing to make basic checks to ensure the safety of employees who drive for work, including failings to … Read More »
Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) represent a considerable opportunity for fleets, says Andrew Overton, CEO of connected vehicle solutions provider, Connexas Group.
Ahead of this year’s International Women’s Day, Charlotte Argue, senior manager, fleet electrification at telematics specialist Geotab, speaks to Fleet World about working in a notoriously … Read More »
Peugeot has gone from selling 200-250, to a maximum of 1,500 cars thanks to police tenders. Martyn Collins talks to Richard Abbott, head of specialist vehicles … Read More »
With International Women’s Day being celebrated on Sunday 8 March, Agility Fleet operations director Jacki Stevenson looks at how perceptions have changed in the workplace and … Read More »
Dr Chris Davies, head of technical superiority at Autoglass, recently spoke at an industry roundtable hosted by Autoglass and Brake entitled ‘Small Degree, Big Impact: How … Read More »
Demand for new PHEVs tumbled 18% in 2019 but this is not necessarily the end of the road for this transitionary technology.
David Peel, managing director at Peugeot, speaks to Martyn Collins about the latest, second-generation 208 supermini and how alternatively fuelled models might change fleet demand.
Jon Lawes, managing director at Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions discusses the trends that are likely to dominate the fleet management sector in 2020.
Toyota’s acquisition of Inchcape’s leasing operations is part of a wider trend as OEMs move to future-proof themselves.
Keith Rankin, newly appointed president of the Avis Budget Group’s international region, speaks to Martyn Collins on the changing face of mobility and the latest pioneering … Read More »
Jarkko Aro, sales and operative director at IC Electrical, on how the electricity grid is at the heart of the EV rollout.
Alan Colledge, senior manager of hazardous waste at electric car battery recycling service Cawleys, explains why concerns over an “electric vehicle battery waste mountain” are unfounded.
Rob Massoudi, SVP digital transformation at ABB Ability, looks at how V2G solutions could open up electric vehicle usage to many more fleets. With increasing demand … Read More »