Tag : COVID-19
A new white paper that can help fleets manage driver wellbeing and safety post-pandemic is now available from the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP).
Seldoc Healthcare has deployed a fleet of Toyota RAV4 full hybrids, cutting emissions while providing year-round mobility.
Following last week’s Fit for 55 announcement by the European Commission, David Borland, EY’s UK&I automotive leader, comments on the proposals’ impact on automakers.
New Vehicle Replacement Planner technology from FleetCheck can help Covid-affected fleets calculate when cars and vans should be renewed.
Salary sacrifice EV schemes could help entice reluctant workers back to the office, following the Government’s easing of Covid restrictions on so-called ‘Freedom Day’ today (19 … Read More »
More than 50% of cars and vans exceeded the speed limit in towns and on motorways in 2020, as drivers took advantage of the emptier roads … Read More »
Peter Millichap, marketing director at Teletrac Navman, on how digitisation has been the saviour for many businesses during the pandemic.
The new car market is to be hit by further significant challenges over the coming months, on top of the existing semiconductor issues.
Zenith is offering ‘agile’ working to all of its 1,000 colleagues, supported by new technology, training and facilities.
Fleets are planning to rapidly increase their use of contract hire as a method of funding company cars and vans over the next three years, new … Read More »
Driver training has a key role in ensuring the reduction in road casualties during the pandemic is continued into the future.
New car registrations were up 28.0% year-on-year in June but market recovery continues to be hampered by the global semiconductor shortage.
The number of businesses looking to sell and lease back their fleets has dramatically increased in 2021 as businesses review options post-pandemic.
Implementation of mobility solutions such as rental, salary sacrifice and car sharing is to roughly double among UK businesses over the next few years, bouncing back … Read More »
The subject of what the automotive sector has learnt from the pandemic is to come under focus by two major guest speakers in the Vehicle Remarketing … Read More »
Leasing customer interest in ‘in-stock’ vehicles is fast-rising due to continued new car manufacturing impacts from the semiconductor supply shortages.
Automation and personal communication proved a perfect combination to keep drivers safe and compliant during the pandemic, according to Fleet Service GB’s (FSGB) recent customer partner … Read More »
A new mileage-based telematics product has launched, enabling insurers and brokers to internally trial a usage-based insurance (UBI) programme.
Fatal and serious collisions in Great Britain dropped by more than a fifth (22%) in 2020 but there have been calls for the reduction during the … Read More »
Traffic on Great Britain’s roads in the first lockdown fell to levels last seen in the 1960s, new analysis suggests.
Preparing fleet operations for the risk of future ‘Covid-level’ events will become essential to winning new business.
Fleets are being invited to feed back on the current pros and cons of telematics with a new survey.
One in 10 drivers have momentarily fallen asleep behind the wheel, potentially putting their lives and other drivers’ at risk.
Prices for some of the fleet sector’s most popular fleet cars and vans will inevitably rise over the next few months, potentially by well more than … Read More »
New research on motorists’ top 10 stresses reveals the return to the roads is still causing concerns over driver and vehicle capabilities.
Fleet and leasing companies are turning their attention to sourcing nearly new cars, exacerbating the existing challenges for the used car market.
The stock shortages affecting the used car and van markets are to come under focus in a Vehicle Remarketing Association (VRA) webinar.
Registrations of new diesel cars have halved since 2019, with more drivers now opting for hybrid or electric alternatives, according to the latest data from the … Read More »