Category : Today in Fleet
Michelin has appointed Jonathan Layton as national sales manager, UK and Republic of Ireland, for its Services & Solutions business line.
Current boundaries of AI will see the technology bring limited fleet management functionality at first but significant developments could be on the way.
Seasonal factors put pressure on average used car values in April but year-on-year values for fleet & lease vehicles continued to climb at BCA.
A new scheme to recognise those car dealerships with staff skilled in selling and servicing electric vehicles has launched.
European new car registrations remained relatively stable in April, with demand mainly driven by the central European countries.
The UK’s used car market saw a slight downturn in Q1 2019 but demand for alternatively fuelled vehicles showed significant growth.
LeasePlan has reported its Q1 results, which saw a fall in net result and underlying net result as the firm continues to invest in digital initiatives.
The new Ford Focus ST is making its debut as an estate, revealed in the first images from Ford.
French ride-hailing service Kapten has launched in London to bring a ‘best value’ rival to Uber.
A new app that assesses the road ahead in real-time and warns drivers of potential accident hotspots has launched in the UK.
Used petrol cars sold faster than diesels in April, with the Hyundai Tucson and BMW 3 series topping the list of the fastest-selling used cars.
Hyundai’s Tucson has gained a new performance-inspired N Line trim following in the footsteps of the recently launched i30 model.
ACFO has formally joined the Fleet and Mobility Management Federation Europe (FMFE) in a move to share best fleet management practice across Europe and worldwide.
Endsleigh has signed up Auto Windscreens as its preferred vehicle glass repair and replacement provider.
Drivers who repeatedly leave engines idling while stationary could get fines under new proposals said to under consideration by the Government.
Enterprise has introduced solar lighting, natural drainage and rainwater harvesting at its new Monmouth branch as part of a continuing focus on sustainable measures.
New Department for Transport Road Traffic Estimates show road traffic in Great Britain rose last year with car and van traffic both hitting all-time highs.
A new white paper discussing the future of mobility suggests automotive companies developing connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV) must adopt new sharing practices rather than the … Read More »
Camera Telematics camera technology hardware is to be integrated with tracking and asset management software from Key Telematics under a new global deal.
Traditionally buoyant in April, the used car market was hit by Brexit uncertainty as well as unseasonably sunny weather over Easter, bringing a more challenging month.
Sue Branston, country head for Fleet Logistics UK and Ireland, has been named as one of the finalists in this year’s Everywoman awards in transport and … Read More »
Citroën has previewed its new 19_19 electric and autonomous concept car, intended to show “ultra-comfort at the service of tomorrow’s mobility”.
Road safety campaigners are calling on the Government to legislate to encourage higher road safety standards from UK businesses through a number of mandatory measures.
Three unmarked HGV supercabs are to be deployed for a week of action on the M1 from today (13 May), having already caught thousands of dangerous … Read More »
Brake has announced the speaker line-up for its Fleet Safety Conference 2019, which will see fleet experts, including from DEFRA and FORS, share best practice in managing … Read More »
A new app that enables passengers to find all available minicabs and taxicabs in their area has launched across the UK.
RAC patrols dealt with fewer pothole-related breakdowns in first quarter of 2019 than in the same period last year – suggesting a possible improvement in the … Read More »