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MPs have been warned that a lack of resource is threatening the police’s ability to catch motorists breaking the law.
The number of people using carsharing services worldwide is forecasted to grow from 6.5 million people today to 26 million people in 2020, research suggests.
Growing concerns about vehicle emissions and poor air quality have sparked a renewed interest in LPG vehicle conversions, reports Autogas.
Used values dropped by 2.6% through November in a predicted seasonal slide.
The Government has once again ignored the urgent need for vocational training investment within the logistics sector, according to the FTA.
A new long-term car hire company has signed up to use Epyx’s 1link Hire Network e-commerce platform.
LeasePlan UK has been appointed by the FES Group of companies to replace the independent building services provider‘s existing fully-owned fleet.
Delivery firms are being urged to check vehicles in run-up to one of the busiest periods of the year.
One in five business drivers have admitted that they do not stop for a break when driving long distances, research suggests.
Prohire has made a multi-million pound investment in high specification vehicles for its rental fleet.
Choice lists are changing as fleets take on more hybrid and fully-electric vehicles
Millbrook Proving Ground’s servo sled will provide vital data to help build safer vehicles. Gareth Roberts reports
By Paul Parkinson, managing director of Synergy Automotive, and member of the BVRLA National Leasing Broker Committee.
The chancellor allocates £600m to drive the uptake of electric vehicles, but gives no detail on what that will mean for the future of the plug-in grant.
Volkswagen Group has released details of a new part that will be fitted to 1.6 TDI engines to rectify emissions levels defeated by software in the car.
The Government has delayed the removal of the 3% diesel supplement on company car tax from 2016/17 to April 2021.
Doctors must inform the DVLA, or DVA in Northern Ireland, if a patient continues to drive against medical advice and fails to do this themselves.
The emissions cutting capability of Viezu’s BlueOptimize remapping service has been confirmed by tests carried out at a VCA approved facility, it says.
Technologies have matured since Cenex entered the ‘valley of death’ to bring fleets and brands together, as Christopher Smith finds out
Card providers are becoming 'mobility service providers', offering a range of additional benefits to customers, as Ben Rooth discovers
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