Tag : AA
Fleets are being urged to make use of connected car data to help reduce the number of breakdowns.
Drivers still have serious safety concerns over all lane running schemes, ranking them four times more dangerous than conventional motorways with a continuous hard shoulder.
Two thirds of drivers (65%) feel they can get away with offences such as tailgating and lane hogging due to a lack of police presence on … Read More »
Conditions on local authority-managed ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ roads in England have gradually improved over the last decade, while unclassified roads have declined.
The AA is planning to cut 100 jobs and close its national training centre in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire as part of a restructuring.
Fleets are being urged to ensure they have wide-ranging road safety policies in place as the AA warns of company car drivers attempting to travel in … Read More »
Electric vehicle drivers who run out of range on the road can now benefit from a new AA emergency charging service.
Businesses and SMEs deserve more fleet industry support to stay ahead of up-coming regulatory and legislative changes, says the AA’s fleet and SME division.
This year’s Operational Fleet Insight Report from BT’s Fleet Solutions sheds light on how businesses are responding to the latest fleet challenges. We look at the … Read More »
The UK vote to leave the EU is already taking its toll on some UK fleets, with the true impact of Brexit yet to be felt.
Motorists are misusing the emergency refuge areas (ERAs) on Britain’s ‘smart’ motorways, with the majority of stops being made for non-emergency reasons…
The Freight Transport Association (FTA) has signed a five-year extension with the AA fleet and SME division to provide breakdown and recovery services to 2,000 FTA … Read More »
Drivers using their mobile phone face tougher penalties from today as the Government looks to cracked down on an ‘epidemic’ of handheld phone use.
Motorists are being warned that driving while tired can be as dangerous as speeding after new AA research highlighted alarming figures.
The majority of drivers think the removal of the hard shoulder on ‘smart’ motorways has made them more dangerous, research by the AA finds. Highways England ... Read More »