Tag : COVID-19
Data showing the increased level of fleet contract extensions on company cars and vans has been published by epyx, backing anecdotes of a rising trend.
The impact of the coronavirus crisis and potential effects of Brexit mean planning beyond the short term is “almost impossible” for the remarketing sector, according to … Read More »
Dramatic changes in travel patterns as a result of the pandemic could see increased demand for company cars, in particular for electric vehicles, as business and … Read More »
Reports that the Government will push ahead with a much earlier 2030 ban on new diesel and petrol cars and vans have been welcomed by fleets … Read More »
The rise of electric vehicles and the impact of the coronavirus crisis is creating a new breed of “home-working, home-charging” employees who will require careful management … Read More »
Morning traffic is now back at pre-lockdown levels some six months after the pandemic put paid to the typical rush to work/school.
Business fuel consumption peaked in mid-August, despite the summer holidays, with all sectors of the UK economy seeing highest weekly growth spikes during the last month.
The coronavirus crisis and resultant furloughing has changed how firms are using fleet and workshop software, including a much clearer focus on cost control, according to … Read More »
Auto Windscreens has become the latest member of the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP), further cementing its support of the industry.
Reports that the company car is in potential decline have been negated by the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) as it highlights that the fleet sector … Read More »
Nearly half (47%) of respondents to a Vehicle Remarketing Association (VRA) snapshot survey say they are currently facing issues affecting their work-life balance – but 89% … Read More »
Chris Black, commercial director at LeasePlan UK, looks at how fleets should deal with the emergency of new health and safety hazards as lockdown measures ease.
The coronavirus crisis is creating an “advance or consolidate” moment for fleets when it comes to their planning for the future.
Sandra Witzel, head of marketing at SkedGo, discusses how Mobility as a Service (MaaS) can help business reduce their staff travel costs, while encouraging active and … Read More »
Fleet professionals are being urged to underline the contribution they make to their organisations, including cost savings, to highlight the importance of a fleet management focus.
The Government has marked the first-ever World EV Day by revealing to drive electric vehicle take-up further through new research projects and initiatives.
Fleets turning to contract extensions to cut costs in the wake of the coronavirus crisis need to consider the SMR cost implications.
Fast-rising dealer demand for used cars has led epyx’s fleet remarketing platform to exceed pre-lockdown levels.
Average fuel prices in the UK rose for the third consecutive month in August, but the increase was slight and prices aren’t expected to rocket back … Read More »
Fleet interest in contract hire is fast-rising and take-up for company cars and vans could soar in the coming months.
New features have been added to FleetCheck’s Vehicle Inspection App, aiding its use by fleets as take-up continues to accelerate.
The Government has launched a new crackdown on potholes, using mapping data from delivery companies including Uber and Tesco to help identify repair hot-spots.
Plans to deploy a charging Clean Air Zone in Bristol may not need to go ahead as new work explores alternatives.
A new e-cargo bike delivery and food waste service said to mark a first in Scotland has launched in Glasgow.
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is seeking finance partners that will support vehicle upgrades ahead of the arrival of its charging Clean Air Zone.
A new road safety unit has gone live in Durham Constabulary to tackle rising levels of speeding as lockdown restrictions ease, while also taking action on … Read More »
Use of fleet management software is now back at its pre-coronavirus crisis level, but with some major changes in fleet operations now surfacing as a result … Read More »
A host of new road and rail projects – expected to include new smart motorways – are to get off the ground quicker under a new … Read More »