Mobility technology company Fleetondemand has added new capabilities to its core rental management and ground transportation technology.
A national competition to design roads fit for driverless cars and the growth of the UK road network has shortlisted five entrants into the final round.
Birmingham will host the “world’s first” zero emission vehicles summit, following the Theresa May’s pledge at the One Planet event, Paris.
Designed to give fleet managers quick and easy information, the Specsavers Corporate Eyecare tool aims to assist with managing workplace eye care.
The Government has announced that the plug-in car and van grant will be extended until October 2018, having previously stated it would only remain until April 2018.
The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has named Shell as one of nine suppliers for its new RM6000 Fuel Cards and Associated Services Framework.
Nina Bell, managing director of Avis Budget Group for the UK and Scandinavia, and Zipcar UK, has become the first female vice-chair of the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA).
Visitors to Company Car In Action will be able to learn about switching to low emission and electric vehicles from a host of experts.
Julie Lennard, former director of strategy, policy and communications has been appointed as the new chief executive of the Driver Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA).
Red Driving School has announced that it is now a fully accredited DVSA (Driver and Vehicles Standards Agency) fleet training provider, diversifying its business offering.
Greater Manchester has moved up the league table from seventh place in 2016, to third place in 2017 according to Tracker’s Top Ten Most Stolen and Recovered Vehicles.
Growth in the number of EVs in London is outstripping the number of charge points, a new report from the London Assembly environment committee suggests.
Uber has announced it is to give its drivers sick pay and parental leave following lengthy action from union GMB.
Suzuki GB has announced the expansion of its business sales team with the appointment of three regional business development managers.
At least 14 million individual leisure trips on major roads will be taken between Friday and Monday, according to the RAC.
Volvo Car UK has teamed up with online retail specialist Amazon to allow drivers access to its vehicles with a ‘Prime Now test drives’ initiative.
Honda UK has showcased a Civic Type R pick-up truck concept at the annual SMMT (Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders) test day.
Six out of 10 motorists hate delays as a result of roadworks and believe the 50mph limit should be increased but maintenance workers disagree.
UK businesses are “more committed” to taking action on sustainability as a new report by Edie reveals that 49% of business fleets will be fully EV by 2030.
Kia has taken the wraps off its updated Sportage SUV which will feature a refreshed exterior and interior design as well as new safety and infotainment technologies.
BP has invested $20 million in ultra-fast charging battery company StoreDot to support the technologies and infrastructure required to support the future growth in electric vehicles.
Driving the Future – Electrifying the Industry conference in London hears one-in-10 vehicles will be a plug-in within five years.
Lexus is adding a Sport equipment grade to its NX 300h range, offering new exterior and interior features.
Online remarketing offering aims to speed up time to sell, resulting in improved residual values (RVs) and cashflow.
The Driving Doctor, which has developed driver behaviour software that uses telematics data, has secured two new customers following its partnership agreement with TomTom Telematics.
HMRC has released its latest advisory fuel rates (AFRs), to come into force from June 1.
Waltham Forest Council has announced the introduction of two new fixed bar car club operators to the borough.
Name change follows a number of acquisitions, including Ubeeqo, a European start-up specialised in car-sharing, and Brunel, a provider of chauffeur services.
The Home Office has launched a consultation to provide Police officers with greater legal protection when perusing criminals on the road.
Auto Windscreens technician Steve Abrahams has become the first UK vehicle glass repairer to gain EV certification from GQA Qualifications.
EVolt UK has installed the latest versions of its rapid charging units for a new hub to help Dundee City Council promote electric taxi use.
Manufacturer hopes new hybrid models will help it achieve 20,000 units target.
Dr Lisa Dorn from Cranfield University told delegates that there was “a lot of work to be done” to help drivers overcome lapses.
Porsche will be bringing the all new Cayenne E-Hybrid to Company Car In Action this year, just weeks after its official press launch.
New air quality strategy includes plans to develop new standards for tyres and brakes to address toxic non-exhaust emissions.
Citroen UK has announced that Karl Howkins will be appointed managing director in June as Bek Hassan moves to PSA Group.
German cities have been given the go-ahead to ban older diesel cars from their roads with immediate effect.
DVLA ditches old system and issues new licence-checking mandate to comply with GDPR legislation.
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