Category : Today in Fleet
Mitsubishi has updated the Mirage supermini with revised exterior and interior styling and updated equipment for 2020.
Transport for London (TfL) is freezing all ‘pay as you go’ fares for 2020 as part of an ongoing focus on making travelling by public transport … Read More »
Drivers think electric vehicles should emit sounds like petrol or diesel cars to help protect vulnerable road users, while the majority think they should be standardised.
Electric cars now have the edge when it comes to image compared to petrol or diesel models but concerns over range limits remain.
A new electric driverless delivery vehicle said to remove up to 90% of the cost associated with the last mile of delivery has been unveiled this … Read More »
LeasePlan says it’s on track with plans to migrate its employee fleet to fully electric vehicles and to achieve net-zero emissions from its fleet by 2030.
Peugeot has opened reservations for the new 2008, including the e-2008 variant that heralds its first-ever electric SUV.
Licence Bureau is calling on fleet operators to ‘step up’ their road safety focus as part of Road Safety Week 2019 (18-24 November).
Latest Euro NCAP testing has seen the Mazda CX-30 score the highest-ever results for adult occupant protection (AOP).
The RAC has become a strategic investor in insurtech Wrisk as it works with the London-based firm on trials of a mileage-based car insurance product.
A new on-demand bus service has gone in trial for 12 months in Ealing, London, following a successful public consultation earlier this year.
Europcar has introduced an enhanced delivery and collection service for business drivers, designed to provide a high-quality and transparent customer service experience.
Details have been revealed for next year’s International Fleet Meeting, which will once again provide a networking platform for international fleet operators and the automotive, fleet … Read More »
A fleet of Peugeot 508s deployed by Maxxis Tyres has proven their worth with the firm’s UK field sales team.
Andy Smyth has joined used car supermarket Motorpoint as the firm’s first-ever chief operating officer.
BP has launched its combined Tollbox for the European Electronic Toll Service (EETS) solution in the UK, enabling streamlined travel across Europe.
Radius Payment Solutions has acquired commercial insurance broker, The Burley Group, for an undisclosed amount.
A fleet of 168 e-bikes will be launched in the Scottish capital next spring for full public use.
IAM RoadSmart has named Derek McMullan as its new chairman, replacing Andy Barratt.
Travellers in Scotland can now use all 16 types of public transport smartcards across all modes and operators, aiding mobility.
EV charging network InstaVolt has reached a key milestone of one Gigawatt hour of renewable power delivered to electric vehicle users across the UK, which is … Read More »
Manheim has appointed Arnaud Bosvieux as customer relationship director.
The number of people killed in reported road accidents in Scotland rose 11% in 2018 despite an equivalent decrease in overall casualties.
Licence Check has seen further record results in terms of the number of licence checks it has carried out on company drivers – announced as it … Read More »
Fit-to-drive declarations are becoming “more important” in the light of increased levels of drink and drug driving reported by the police – and could even help … Read More »
New guidance on raising driver awareness of key road safety messages is now available from the Global Fleet Champions (GFC) campaign run by Brake.
The price of petrol fell for the third month running in October but fuel prices are still too high, according to the RAC.