Category : Today in Fleet
Used diesel prices have risen over the last year despite the downturn in the new car market.
Engenie gets funding for 1,500-strong rapid charger network that will offer ultra-rapid chargers capable of recharging an EV in 10 minutes, as well as a focus … Read More »
Volvo is supplying 15 new V60 estate cars to Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS) following a tender and evaluation exercise.
Driverless car have interacted for the first time in public trials held by the Driven consortium.
OVO has unveiled a range of electric vehicle and energy management products, including what it claims is the world’s first domestic and widely available vehicle-to-grid charger.
Santander Consumer Finance has awarded a three-year remarketing contract to Aston Barclay Prees Heath following 100% conversion rates.
Harsh winter weather has led to one of the worst quarters for pothole breakdowns, according to the RAC.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has appointed Andrew Waite as fleet and remarketing director, replacing Francis Bleasdale who has moved to another role within the company.
Concerns over a crash in used diesel car values “should now have passed” as latest data shows such fears are unfounded.
Lexus will launch a compact hybrid saloon car below the IS in its European range later this year, likely to preview some of the technology coming … Read More »
ITM Power is to supply hydrogen fuel for the Metropolitan Police Service’s new fleet of Toyota Mirai zero-emission response vehicles.
Kathryn Cearns OBE has joined the board at Highways England on a three-year contract.
E-Training World has launched a major upgrade to its online driver profiling and e-driver training system, said to bring a huge leap forward in online assessment … Read More »
Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche vehicles are taking part in a Hamburg Airport trial of autonomous parking that could see the launch of a new service within … Read More »
Škoda has achieved a record 3.9% share of the true fleet market in the first quarter, up 0.3% on the same period in 2017.
Rebecca McNeil, the former chief operating officer for Barclays Business, has joined Close Brothers Motor Finance as its new chief executive officer.
Average selling prices for electric vehicles shot up 41% in the first quarter of 2018, outperforming the market, while diesel values held steady.
Fleets and other road users are being urged to have their say on the A303 Stonehenge upgrade before the consultation ends later this month.
Masternaut has published a new guide for fleet managers, providing advice on the final checks needed to be GDPR ready.
A new Smart Mobility Platform that could be used to develop integrated traffic management apps within cities has launched from Sygic.
London has been ranked in the top 10 cities globally for mobility systems in a new study carried out by Arthur D Little.
David Hammond has joined used vehicle database Cazana.com as non-executive chairman.
Average car insurance costs have made a U-turn for the first time in three years, possibly as a result of forthcoming personal injury compensation reform.
Arnold Clark Vehicle Management has formalised its partnership with the Lightfoot driver behaviour technology.
The Driving Doctor’s driver behaviour solution is now being offered through TomTom Telematics in a move to help fleets enhance risk management and safer driving behaviour strategies.