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Insurance claims service provider Davies Group has acquired specialist defendant motor claims business Managed Fleet Services.
Ayjay Group, an electrical services business, has improved project turnaround and call-out response time after implementing a telematics system from Masternaut.
LeasePlan’s Italian arm says it has been visited by the competition authority (AGCM), as part of an investigation into the Italian rental industry.
EnviroVent is making annual fuel savings of £36,000 across its fleet of 45 vans by using TomTom Telematics technology to improve driver behaviour.
Cenex has chosen Chargemaster to run the Plugged-in Midlands Network (PiM) following a competitive selection process.
Nottingham City Council is set to add more vehicles and hire sites to its City Car Club programme.
The AA have announced that its oldest patrol will retire this week.
Midland Earth Works has invested £330,000 in replacing its entire fleet with three new Renault CK range tippers following increased demand.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has agreed to a temporary relaxation of EU drivers’ hours rules.
Plant hire firm, A-Plant, has taken delivery of 32 new Fiat Professional vehicles.
An inquiry into the bin lorry crash in Glasgow which left six people dead has heard the driver “misled” his employers about his medical history.
Coventry City Council wins best staff travel policy award at the 2015 Employee Benefits Awards for its mycar salary sacrifice scheme from Leasedrive
Fleet managers can learn more about benchmarking at the first Commercial Fleet Summit and Exhibition on September 24 at the International Centre, Telford.
Pendragon Vehicle Management is supplying Royal Caribbean with seven Nissan Qashqais which will be used for promotional work in the UK.
Welcome Break has announced it is becoming the first service station operator to introduce Tesla Superchargers to UK motorway network sites.
Consumer demand is keeping depreciation steady at 1.2%, according to CAP.
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From networks to connectors, standard to rapid charge and pay-as-you-go to membership schemes, the topic of charging electric vehicles is confusing.
Developments such as telematics and autonomous emergency braking can improve safety and reduce insurance premiums
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