Category : Today in Fleet
Asda and Sainsbury’s are cutting fuel prices following further decreases in the wholesale cost.
The UK’s Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has cautiously greeted the draft Brexit deal after months of highlighting the need to safeguard the future … Read More »
Dealers are looking to stock and retail a greater volume of used cars next year, helping to further drive used car values.
Councils made £41m from bus lane fines in 2017, according to new research that finds nearly half of drivers are confused over bus lane signage.
The UK’s true fleet sector has suffered a second monthly fall as the switch to WLTP continued to take its toll.
Drivers are still failing to use plug-in hybrid company cars as intended, putting the fleet industry at risk of losing government backing.
The Mercedes-Benz A-Class is now available with two RDE2-compliant diesels, bringing reduced company car tax bills for drivers.
Arval is looking to add a further 10 company cars to UK hydrogen trials following the opening of a second refuelling station.
Market analyst firm Berg Insight has named TomTom Telematics as the largest provider of fleet management solutions in Europe for the fourth successive year.
Roadside assistance and recovery experts are calling for the Government to make the ‘slow down or move over safely’ motto a safety measure within the Highway … Read More »
A new guide to 20 illegal driving habits is now available from Teletrac Navman.
The European Commission has cleared the creation of six mobility-related joint ventures by Daimler and BMW, subject to conditions.
Fleets in the Birmingham area are being invited to a free breakfast briefing that will outline the new clean air zone and the impact it will … Read More »
Debt finance platform Code Investing and PCF Bank, the specialist bank owned by AIM-listed PCF Group plc, are partnering to provide vehicle and asset finance to the UK … Read More »
Fleet software specialist FleetCheck is now ISO 27001 certified, reinforcing its information security credentials.
Mobility experts from Transport for London (TfL) and Bosch are to work with start-ups and small businesses to develop smart mobility solutions under a new 18-month … Read More »
The used car market is seeing retail prices improve across key market profiles as the new car market continues to suffer from WLTP disruption, according to … Read More »
London’s Santander Cycles scheme has introduced contactless payments to make the process of hiring a bike quicker and easier.
Older diesels are to be banned from Bonn and Cologne in Germany from April 2019 following a court ruling.
Average values for fleet & lease reached record levels again at BCA in October 2018, as demand continued to drive up values.
The Hyundai Kona Electric has come out top of the table in What Car? tests of real-world driving range.
The concept of Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) and its opportunities for fleets are to come under the spotlight at a conference taking place later this month in Derby.
Brake is running a free webinar for fleets on how to tackle drink and drug driving.
EV rapid charging network Engenie has partnered with M7 Real Estate to install rapid chargers across all of its out-of-town retail warehouses.
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class diesel plug-in-hybrid is now available to order, with prices starting at £47,700 for the Saloon and £49,700 for the Estate.
Fleets have a last chance to register for the Vehicle Remarketing Association’s free seminar on ‘The Challenges of 2019’, which takes place on 22 November.