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Car service Addison Lee has upgraded its RAC Telematics system to the latest version, to take advantage of new functionality.
New investors and a continued focus on salary sacrifice will help Tusker deliver its ambitious growth objective. Gareth Roberts reports
Fleet management software Company, Chevin Fleet Solutions has reported that it has had several approaches this year from organisations in the Middle East.
Fleet management software supplier, Jaama has appointed two new senior project managers.
The implementation of 'Smart Motorways' in Northern Ireland would make economic, environmental and safety sense, according to the FTA.
Lincolnshire-based commercial vehicle rental and sales operator Truck Links has invested in improved telemetry control systems for its customers.
Taking on the Qashqai and Kuga, with better interior capacity and 'magic seats'
Honda is hoping to benefit from the growth in crossover sales by boosting its range with a new model that uses a name from its recent past.
Euro Foods Group has taken delivery of two new fridge bodied Mercedes-Benz trucks.
Refurbishment, transport, storage and inspection options have been added to the 1link system thanks to a new deal with Bruntingthorpe.
The Apple App Store has approved a new app that is designed to stop lorry drivers falling foul of the migrant situation as they pass through Calais.
The new car market recorded its 42nd consecutive month of growth in August, according to figures published today by the SMMT.
Renault is aiming to enter the one-tonne pickup market globally, as it unveils its 'Alaskan' concept.
Light commercial vehicles play a critical role in the 21st century and without them it would be difficult to imagine day-to-day living continuing as we know it.
Land Rover has been developing a 'see-through trailer' system using cameras.
Martin Wilson is proud of the advances his company has made, but feels there is still a lot more to offer
Every minute a vehicle is off-road costs a company money, especially when it’s a van. John Charles looks at how busy fleets can improve uptime
Employer-provided petrol and diesel for private use may appear a flaw-free benefit to drivers, but it can be costly to both parties, finds John Charles
Four fleet managers and one leasing executive took the keys to a fleet of SEAT Leon cars for an extended month test drive.
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