Category : Top Stories
Dubbed “the UK’s smartest charger”, a new home charging solution is to launch early next year to bring multiple benefits for EV drivers.
Brian Craig, legal director and Rika Papadopoulou, legal assistant at UK law firm TLT, look at the data protection obligations for fleets using dashcams.
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.
The autumn 2018 issue of Renault’s digital business magazine, aimed at fleets wishing to learn more about the brand’s cars and vans, is now live.
Forecourts should introduce upfront fuel payments to avoid drive-off thefts, according to a senior police chief.
Order books for Citroën’s C5 Aircross flagship SUV are to open next month with prices starting from £23,225 while CO2 starts from 106g/km.
Fleet managers and suppliers are invited to enter for the inaugural Great British Fleet Awards – recognising the pinnacle of innovation and talent in the fleet industry.
Fleets must take action on vehicle selection to mitigate the impact of WLTP or face escalating costs.
Urban congestion will get worse before it gets better under the switch to autonomous vehicles.
The Energy Saving Trust has revealed the finalists for next month’s Fleet Heroes Awards while also announcing the conference speakers, which include the Department for Transport’s … Read More »
With electrified vehicles rapidly encroaching into fleet lists, Jonathan Musk takes a look at how electric technology is making its way from race to road.
Stuart Ferma is to head up Toyota GB’s fleet sales operation from 1 January, replacing Neil Broad who will move to the marketing department.
Almost half of carmakers’ model ranges were not WLTP compliant at the start of October, according to Jato Dynamics, reflected by the Europe’s lowest September registrations … Read More »
Energy systems are evolving to incorporate new clean technologies, with research underway to prepare for the potential opportunities and challenges.
The Nexo SUV brings hydrogen fuel cells a step closer to mass market appeal, explains Alex Grant.
Dyson has confirmed plans to construct its first automotive manufacturing facility in Singapore, with the first production car to roll off the line in 2021.
Results from the 2018 Fleet World/ALD Automotive MPG Marathon have shown fleets and drivers have never a wider choice of technologies at their disposal, just as … Read More »
One year into PSA Group ownership, the quick pace of change at Vauxhall is setting new foundations for growth, fleet sales director, James Taylor, tells Alex … Read More »
LeasePlan UK managing director, Matt Dyer, has taken up a new role leading the leasing company’s operation in the United States, effective from 1 January.
Cap HPI is calling on the Government to address the rising company car driver tax burden, as revealed in new analysis.
The Government is being urged to rethink plans to cut grant funding for plug-in hybrids from next month as the move starts to take its toll … Read More »
Euro NCAP has started to assess automated driving technology and compare carmakers’ claims with how such systems work in practice to help end driver confusion.
BMW has added a new flagship X7 model to its SUV line-up to bring the fight to the Range Rover and Mercedes-Benz GLS.
Road safety specialist TTC Group is launching a new “disruptive” work-related road risk solution as it celebrates its 25th anniversary.