Category : Today in Fleet
New cloud-based technology is being launched in the UK and globally to allow fleet managers to control the environmental impact of their individual drivers and curb … Read More »
The manufacturer-backed Ionity network has launched its second fast charging station in the UK as it looks to swiftly expand its network.
Transport for London has launched a four-week consultation on plans to trial an on-demand bus service in Ealing to see if drivers switch away from commuting.
Brake has announced the shortlist for its 2019 annual Fleet Safety Awards, which includes some of the UK’s major fleet names.
Used car market volatility of recent months started to ease in June, bringing more typical seasonal trading, according to BCA.
Newly licensed drivers could be banned from night-time driving and driving with passengers under a certain age under new government plans to tackle road safety for … Read More »
Auto Windscreens has become Co-op Insurance’s preferred vehicle glass repair and replacement provider under a new three-year deal.
Cenex has announced first details of the seminar programme for its Cenex-LCV2019 and Cenex-Connected Automated Mobility (CAM) events, which will shed light on the latest developments … Read More »
The British Standards Institution has teamed up with the Department for Transport, the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, Innovate UK and self-driving hub Zenzic to … Read More »
New car demand in the European Union continued to struggle in the first half of 2019, with registrations down 3.1%.
The Fix Auto bodyshop network has acquired Ian Hughes Motor Body Repair Centre in Colwyn Bay, North Wales, marking its second acquisition in recent months.
Bynx has released version 12.9 of its eponymous fleet and mobility management platform, which brings new, improved design and functionality including an emphasis on remarketing.
Organisations have just a fortnight left to enter the 2019 Prince Michael International Awards, which recognise the ‘most outstanding’ road safety initiatives.
Accident management provider Activate Group Ltd (AGL) has appointed Paul Pancham, strategic development director at Tesco Underwriting Ltd, as non-executive chairman.
BCA has launched a new online service intended to simplify the used-car buying process for consumers while bringing better leads for dealers and car supermarkets.
The fleet impact of industry issues including changing fuel prices, the introduction of Ultra Low Emission Zones and the shift to electric vehicles is to come … Read More »
Businesses and private drivers in Derbyshire can now access round-the-clock car club services in Derbyshire through Enterprise Car Club.
Drivers are being warned of the risk of delays on routes including the M1 and M25 later this week as record levels of summer travellers hit … Read More »
A Lexus LS fitted with Toyota’s autonomous driving technology is to start trials on public roads in Brussels.
Fleet decision-makers wanting to embrace the corporate mobility mindset should focus on compiling a customisable plan that facilitates the movement of people and products to happen … Read More »
Dashcam specialist SureCam is teaming up insurtech firm Concirrus for a new fleet solution that brings automated risk management and helps streamline claims processes.
ICFM has revealed details of its next Diploma (Advanced Level) Programme, which brings a significant development opportunity for fleet decision-makers.
Select Car Leasing has opened its new head office in Reading as the company reports significant growth over the last 18 months.
Hertz, Dollar and Thrifty customers can now use a debit card payment option across selected European locations instead of a credit card for van and car … Read More »