Category : Top Stories
Michelin is to acquire European telematics specialist Masternaut for an undisclosed amount as part of its ongoing expansion into the telematics sector.
Businesses operating in Greater Manchester are being asked to provide input on proposals to tackle air quality – including on plans for a charging Clean Air … Read More »
Small businesses are risking hours of lost productivity by failing to protect against unexpected breakdowns.
Drivers who repeatedly leave engines idling while stationary could get fines under new proposals said to under consideration by the Government.
Honda has confirmed its Swindon manufacturing facility – where 3,500 employees build the Civic and certain engine lines – will close, following plans made in February.
Electric bikes may pave the path to your next electric vehicle, whether it’s on two or four wheels, finds Jonathan Musk.
Martyn Collins reckons there’s much more to the all-new S60 than just being the saloon version of the V60.
Vauxhall’s Grandland X SUV has gained a new plug-in hybrid variant, marking the first-ever PHEV for the brand and a vital part of its electrification plans.
BP Chargemaster is launching a combined fuel and EV charge card that will offer a single solution for fleets running both conventional petrol/diesel vehicles and plug-in … Read More »
Thatcham has published guidance on how to manage vehicle repairs involving Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) to help ensure vital vehicle safety functions remain operational post-repair.
Visitors can now register for the first-ever Cenex-Connected Automated Mobility event, which will spotlight the latest mobility and connected/autonomous vehicle (CAV) developments when it takes place … Read More »
Berlingo is a true multi-purpose utility vehicle, says Dan Gilkes.
Volkswagen has opened pre-booking for the ID.3 electric hatch – which marks the first of its forthcoming ID family of all-electric cars.
Honda has announced its forthcoming electric supermini will simply be named the ‘Honda e’, with reservations to open this summer.
Mel Dawson, managing director, of ALD Automotive UK is stepping down in June, following 22 years at the company.
UK new car registrations fell 4.1% in April with plug-in hybrid demand dropping by more than a third.
Could latest developments in hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles finally put the fuel type on the map, asks Natalie Middleton.
The Government’s 2040 target of ending sales of new petrol and diesel cars/vans is too late to tackle climate change and should be moved to 2030, … Read More »
Tarraco follows a common path, but Martyn Collins reckons this SEAT has plenty to offer fleet buyers.
The right-hand drive Tesla Model 3 configurator has opened with the full range of options, including rear- and all-wheel drive variants and ranges.
The XF Sportbrake is the perfect blend of prestige, performance and space, discovers Jonathan Musk.
The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) is calling for the introduction of harsher penalties for those flouting the seat belt law as research shows … Read More »
The RAC is rolling out a new lightweight EV charger that could be used to deliver a ‘top-up’ roadside charge for stranded electric vehicles.
Sportiest trim shows there’s still plenty of life in Škoda’s supermini, thinks Martyn Collins.
The DVLA and UK courts are being urged to take action on the 11,000-plus drivers who still hold licences despite having 12 or more points.
Do the new petrol and diesel engines added to the XC40 range make a difference, asks Jonathan Musk.