Tag : COVID-19
Councils are set to lose millions in parking fees and charges as a result of lockdown, prompting some difficult decisions ahead.
Car accident rates in the UK are rapidly rising as lockdown eases and drivers hit the roads again.
The coronavirus crisis has “pushed forward digitisation of the motor industry by probably five years”.
Key advice for fleets on ensuring the safety of employees as they return to work post-lockdown is to be revealed in a new webinar this week.
Lauren Pamma, electrification propositions lead at Lex Autolease, discusses the role electric vehicles can play in businesses’ green recovery plans, and the advantages they offer for … Read More »
June saw a two-tier market for used car values with older, cheaper car prices increasing in general, but under two-year-old car prices dropping on average, Cap … Read More »
André ten Bloemendal, VP Europe for ChargePoint, discusses the outlook for electric transport being more promising than ever despite the impacts of COVID-19, its potential to … Read More »
Latest SMMT figures show UK car manufacturing output fell 95.4% in May, with just 5,314 vehicles built.
Licence Bureau has warned that road safety and legal compliance must remain top priorities as businesses adapt to working from home.
Two-thirds of fleet managers who responded to a poll by Lex Autolease said that sustainability remains as important to their business as it was before the … Read More »
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps today told the Transport Committee that local authorities need to re-prioritise the way road space is used, with cycling and walking at … Read More »
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has outlined lockdown easing including many businesses able to return to work from 4 July 2020.
The Vehicle Remarketing Association’s (VRA) online Annual General Meeting to be held on 1 July 2020 will attempt to tackle the difficult pertinent subject of COVID-19’s … Read More »
Chevin targets a 500km run in 50-days to raise money for the International Federation of Red Cross’ (IFRC) emergency appeal.
Over a third of people questioned are planning to stop car sharing permanently in the wake of COVID-19 according to Motorpoint.
The vehicle rental, leasing and fleet sector can work with policymakers to deliver a swift rebound in the economy and a faster trajectory towards transport decarbonisation, … Read More »
Flexible working and investment in staff well-being are just two of the aspects Fleet Alliance employs that could help other companies with the mass transition to … Read More »
The Association of Fleet Professionals’ (AFP) has announced its first webinar as a new organisation – looking at the impact of COVID-19 on fleet management.
The government has immediately authorised the NHS to use the world’s first coronavirus treatment proven to reduce the risk of death.
Journey approval could be the future of fleet, with fleet drivers required to get permission before going on trips, FleetCheck has suggested.
The Mayor of London and TfL have today confirmed temporary changes to the Congestion Charge.
Aston Barclay has initiated changes to how it conducts physical auctions, while maintaining that it is too soon to restart physical auctions despite government say so.
Companies should be alert to a seven-month extension given to drivers by government, whose photocard expires between the start of February and end-August, says Licence Check.
On-site Bronze auditing for members based in England will resume on Monday, 15 June, FORS has announced.
Transport for London (TfL) is reminding Londoners to drive safely as large numbers of people are walking and cycling, and significant temporary infrastructure changes are being … Read More »
Cox Automotive’s Manheim Auction Services customers now benefit from free QuickList image service and Simulcast fees.
Licence Bureau is calling for all businesses not to mount more work-related stresses on drivers and instead empower them with the tools necessary to make more … Read More »