Tag : UK
A new clean-energy technology company, named EV8 technologies, has been launched to encourage uptake of electric vehicles (EVs) by using them as a key part of … Read More »
Vattenfall – a Swedish energy group – says partnering with fleet owners is a ‘must’ for electric vehicle potential to be realised across England as it … Read More »
The UK and five other countries are being referred to the European Court of Justice over ongoing failures to tackle air pollution.
A British startup claims to have a solution for the 11.6m UK households currently unable to charge an EV at home, using retractable telescopic charge posts.
The UK car market’s successful transition to electric vehicles will require measures to drive fleet EV take-up, as well as action to protect the manufacturing sector.
Chris Graham is the new managing director at Subaru UK, replacing Paul Tunnicliffe.
The UK and eight other EU Member States are waiting to see if they will face further legal action over persistent breaches of air pollution laws.
The UK and eight other EU member states are being called to Brussels in a final push to get air pollution limits under legal limits.
About 1 in 22 – nearly 5% – of the roughly 74,000 bridges to be found on the local road network are not fit to carry … Read More »
Honda’s 10th-generation Civic is now available to order in diesel format following a lengthy wait for fleets.
Demand and prices for used diesels remained strong during 2017 and continued to outweigh the petrol market, according to Autorola.
UK drivers can pay as little as £3 for a nine-hour stay in a car park or as much as £42 depending on their work location.
Volvo is to restructure its fleet team from January, dividing it into four regional divisions to better cater for local customers.
Lexus has announced pricing and specification for the UK model range of the company’s flagship luxury saloon, the LS 500h.
Planned legal action to take the Government back to court to address “holes” in its current air quality plans needs to ensure a fair approach is … Read More »
Drink and drug driving offences are up year-on-year across the UK, according to new insurance quote data revealed by MoneySuperMarket.
Rail lines shut during the Beeching cuts of the 1960s could be reopened and more commuter lines offered as the Department for Transport looks to overhaul … Read More »
The chancellor is being warned again of the cost to fleets if he pushes ahead with anti-diesel measures in tomorrow’s Autumn Budget, as concerns mount over … Read More »
With just nine days to go until the Autumn Budget, some of the UK’s leading fleet organisations tell Fleet World of their Budget wish list.
The first four sites have been secured by eVcentres, who plan to develop solar-powered, fully off-grid electric vehicle charging centres in the UK with up to … Read More »
Mitsubishi is to launch a new Shogun Sport in the UK some 10 years after the previous model departed.
Highways England is to trial the use of traffic lights on motorway link roads to see if they can ease congestion.
Implementing surcharges on new diesel cars to drive air quality ambitions could actually backfire, in particular with regards to fleets.
ClientEarth has confirmed it’s pushing ahead with plans to take the government to court for a third time over illegal air pollution as it builds the … Read More »
The introduction of the London Ultra Low Emission Zone 17 months ahead of schedule is likely to have a limited impact on fleets, in particular car … Read More »
Car registrations grew by 4.6% in October in Western Europe year-on-year, according to the latest figures from LMC Automotive, although the average was reduced by a … Read More »