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FTA critical of new tyre safety standards

BMW eDrive Zones enables emissions-free access to environmental zones

BMW’s latest plug-in hybrid models will feature new technology to enable them to be used in zero-emission zones, from next year.

Engenie to install 12 rapid chargers in Cardiff

Engenie has received planning permission from Cardiff Council for the first 4 of 12 new rapid electric vehicle (EV) charge points, doubling the number of city centre chargers.

FTA awards Aldi Atherstone fleet with Roadworthiness Award

HTS and McGee Group win top accolade at RoSPA Fleet Safety Awards 2019

New Ford Puma offered with mild-hybrid

Ford has revealed the new Ford Puma, a compact crossover that comes with a mild-hybrid option offering CO2 emissions from 124g/km.

Used car values continue to fall, says Cap HPI

Pricing experts at Cap HPI say that average used car values for 3years/60,000 miles models fell by 2% in June.

Vauxhall reveals new Corsa with petrol and diesel engines

Following the unveiling of the fully-electric Corsa-e, Vauxhall has revealed details of the conventional petrol and diesel models.

Combine training with technology for fleet safety and efficiency say IAM RoadSmart

Fleet decision makers should not rely on technology alone as a solution to risk management or cost control, according to the latest white paper by IAM RoadSmart

Company fined after lorry kills worker

Brexit: ‘No deal’ could cost UK car industry £70m a day

Trade body SMMT warns the next Prime Minister ‘no deal’ Brexit could cost the UK auto industry up to £70m a day in tariffs and delays to parts at the border.

New Skoda Superb: prices, specs and CO2 emissions

Skoda has confirmed the new Superb will be priced from £24,655, with first deliveries in the Autumn.

TDR Capital's £1.9bn offer for BCA agreed

The board of BCA Marketplace has accepted a £1.9 billion offer from LeasePlan private equity owners TDR Capital, which will now be recommended to shareholders

New Vauxhall Movano priced from £27,745

Operational reporting increasing for transport teams

Van Excellence insurance launched with McCarron Coates

National Windscreens opens Peterborough training school

National Windscreens has expanded its training school network, with the opening of a new training centre in Peterborough.

Guide Dog cars to be replaced by Peugeot vans by 2022

Fleet assessment tool key to EV adoption, says FleetCheck

Evaluation tools that help fleet managers and their drivers assess the suitability of electric vehicles (EVs) for their specific needs could become central to wider adoption, says FleetCheck.

Older tyres banned to ‘improve road safety’

Carmakers ‘delay electric vehicles to cash-in on SUVs’

European NGO Transport and Environment makes claim after EU’s environmental watchdog shows new car average emission rise.

BIK uncertainty and PCP/PCH schemes fuel cash allowance popularity

Fleets have seen an increasing number of drivers opting out of company car schemes to instead take cash allowances.

Fleet industry has 'a frightening' lack of knowledge on WLTP - Cox Automotive

The lack of knowledge about the van Worldwide Light vehicle Testing Procedure “really is frightening”, according to James Davis, director of insight and strategy (CV), Cox Automotive.

Hyundai names Rob Turnbull as new sales director

Hyundai Motor UK has appointed Rob Turnbull as its new sales director to oversee the brand’s sales operations.

Pay attention to 'hard hitting' impact of legislation on residual values - Glass's

Legislation is a “hard hitter” in determining residual values fleet decision-makers need to be sensitive to.

Anti-terrorism and theft devices top essential technology needs for fleets

Anti-terrorism and anti-theft devices are foremost in fleet managers’ minds – particularly those operating vans and trucks - when it comes to technology priorities.

Interest in electric vehicles growing, but diesel still essential to fleets

Diesel is still an essential fuel for fleets as cleaner alternatives so far fail to achieve the economy and range it offers.

Nissan reveals pricing for 239-mile Leaf e+ electric vehicle

Nissan’s new Leaf e+ Tekna electric vehicle, which offers a range of up to 239 miles, has gone on sale priced from £35,985 (including £3,500 Government grant).

Rolec EV installs charging network across DPD sites

Cazana and Experian help lenders ‘understand risk’ in new partnership

Cazana and Experian announced a new partnership, which sees Experian and Cazana’s data sets merge to help lenders understand risk.

FMG welcomes HR assistant Julita Medel as 500th employee

FMG announced a new milestone in its 33-year history, surpassing 500 employees, with the appointment of HR assistant Julita Medel.

Nissan introduces ProPilot technology across Qashqai range

Nissan’s ProPilot drive-assistance technology is now available on all automatic (DCT or CVT petrol and diesel) variants of the Qashqai line-up.

Fleets turn to fixed cost insurance as premiums rise, says Arval UK

Interest from fleets in fixed cost motor insurance is growing as new vehicle technology starts to increase premiums, says Arval UK.

Speed of EV technology leaves fleets hesitant to invest

The demand for electric vehicles (EVs) is beginning to grow, but businesses are hesitant to ‘take the plunge’, according to Lombard’s managing director Ian Isaac.

Castell Howell Foods takes delivery of 16 Mercedes-Benz Atego trucks

Grist Environmental bin team named the fastest in UK

Video: Truck driver’s kindness goes viral

Government announces new requirements for electric chargepoints

Roads Minister Michael Ellis has today (24 June 2019) announced that all government-funded home chargepoints installed in the future must be ‘smart’.

London to go car-free for the day

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced that he will close 12 miles of streets in the capital to most traffic on Sunday, September 22.

AI-based range prediction more accurate than manufacturer systems

Real-world trials of an AI-based range prediction system have delivered dramatically higher accuracy than manufacturer systems, says Spark EV Technology.

Move UK helps understand automated driving risks

Research from Move UK has opened the door to more rapid development of automated driving technologies, with much less data intensive methods now required to test driver assistance systems.

WLTP compliance helps Volvo XC40 enter Asda fleet list

WLTP compliance along with a focus on safety have helped the XC40 become the fleet vehicle of choice for Asda managers, say Volvo.

Vauxhall opens order book for new Vivaro Life people mover

Vauxhall is now taking orders for the diesel versions of its Vivaro Life people carrier, with the vehicle arriving in showrooms in July.

Teletrac Navman to deliver telematics for Scutum FPG

Teletrac Navman has struck a new deal to deliver a telematics solution as part of a drive to improve fleet and equipment management for Scutum FPG.

Manheim strikes sole supplier deal with Big Motoring World

Manheim has announced a new five-year deal with Big Motoring World to remarket 50,000 part-exchange vehicles on a sole supplier basis

DriverMetrics guide to ‘maximise the safety benefits of telematics’

Guide will help fleets understand the benefits and limitations of telematics, how to use telematics data and how to implement the latest approaches for changing high-risk driver behaviours.

DVSA to use ANPR cameras to target dangerous drivers

LeasePlan part-owner TDR Capital in "advanced talks" to acquire BCA

Private equity firm TDR Capital, part of a consortium of investors which owns LeasePlan, is in advanced talks to buy BCA Marketplace in a deal which would value the remarketing company at £1.9 billion.

LowCVP helps fleets tackle air pollution on Clean Air Day

‘Poor’ keyless security rating for DS, Mazda, Toyota and Volvo

Lack of protection against theft from keyless entry ‘relay attacks’ results in ‘Poor’ security ratings for DS3 Crossback, Mazda 3, Toyota Rav-4 and Volvo S60

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