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Prestige Fleet Servicing is to expand its network of independent fleet service centres by a third in the first quarter of next year.
Mercedes has unveiled its new E-Class Coupé, which launches in April 2017, bringing increased space and latest technologies.
Highways England is being urged to retain CCTV footage for longer than its current seven-day policy to enable fleets as well as drivers and insurers to use footage to prove liability.
Kia’s new Sportage is to receive a number of updates for 2017 including new trims and a 1.7 DCT powertrain.
Vauxhall has appointed Richard Roberts as its new fleet marketing and motability manager, effective 1 January 2017.
Government support for fleet uptake of ultra-low emission vehicles is to be applauded but better use needs to be made of the company car tax regime.
Fleet Assist is now offering fleets access to a special AdBlue tank top-up offer in partnership with Halfords.
Hybrid electric vehicles could soon overtake diesels when it comes to motorway/highway fuel economy as well as for urban mpg.
Latest data for Manheim’s ex-fleet car auctions show November values fell in line with seasonal trends but conversation rates remained strong.
Forthcoming changes to car salary sacrifice schemes will impact the industry less than expected, Tusker has said.
The surplus produced from council parking operations in England rose 9% in 2015/16, reaching a record high.
Motorway roadworks could be shortened with a relaxation on speed limits under new government plans.
Four drivers a month are putting road workers’ lives at risk by deliberately ignoring road closure signs on the M60 and M62 near Manchester.
Licence Bureau has teamed up with Brake to launch its ‘12 Days of Christmas’ road safety campaign.
Milton Keynes has awarded Chargemaster a £2.3m contract to provide additional charging infrastructure.
Nationwide Windscreen Services has increased its number of ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) fixed sites with the launch of four more fully equipped centres.
A new technology breakthrough could enable electric vehicles to be recharged in the same time it takes to refuel a regular car while increasing vehicle ranges.
The fleet and road safety industry is mourning the loss of Dr Will Murray who passed away suddenly last weekend from an undiagnosed illness.
Fleets could see increased operating costs as a result of imminent changes in vehicle air conditioning gas regulations.
Shropshire and Staffordshire Blood Bikes has reported significant increases in efficiency, safety and security after deploying telematics on their motorcycle fleet.