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Company cars will remain a sought after benefit by employees despite rising levels of taxation.
Quartix is offering all new customers its InfoPlus tracking system free for 15 weeks to mark the company’s 15th anniversary.
Norscot Truck & Van Dundee has become the latest DVSA-appointed Authorised Testing Facility (ATF) in the DAF dealer network, bringing the total number to 55.
Fiat Professional has launched a range of business contract hire promotions with prices starting at £146 per month, plus an initial rental of £876 (excluding VAT).
Transport and logistics company GEFCO UK has signed a six-year contract hire deal with Fraikin for the supply and maintenance of 10 car and van transporters.
South Staffs Hire, trading as SSH Selfdrive, has adopted epyx’s 1link Disposal Network.
In the first of a new series, Jon Lawes, managing director of Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions, tells Fleet Leasing about his key career moves.
The majority of older drivers are in favour of tighter rules on checking the health and suitability of over-70s to drive, according to a new report by the IAM.
Motiva will launch a salary sacrifice product, develop a new ‘dashboard’ reporting facility and appoint more staff as it targets ‘significant expansion’ this year.
Phased reintroduction of HGV crossings over the Forth Road Bridge will begin tonight.
Europcar believes its mobility solutions can play a fundamental role in the try before you buy strategy that forms a part of the Go Ultra Low Cities initiative.
The new car market got off to a positive start in January, with registrations climbing 2.9% compared with the same month in 2015, to reach an 11-year high.
Road authorities are rumoured to be investigating the removal of white lines on urban roads following small scale trials.
Renault and Connected Energy are partnering to develop sustainable and efficient ways of using electric vehicle batteries at the end of their useable in-vehicle life.
The number of people killed and seriously injured on British roads as a result of drink-driving have remained largely static for the past five years.
The Miles Consultancy has launched a product called Visa To Drive that can suspend mileage expense payments from drivers who do not comply with fleet policy.
Jeremy Paxman is the keynote speaker at the BVRLA annual dinner next month.
A move to veto a plan to temporarily raise NOx emission limits for diesel cars was rejected by MEPs on Wednesday (February 3).
Risk management, car policy reviews and new initiatives are only possible by outsourcing fleet administration, says Martine Smith. Tom Seymour reports
Staying with the same ‘one-stop shop’ sole supplier might not be the best way to handle services for light commercial fleets, and there is a range of options available, finds Chris Phillips
Although legal, hands-free phones carry the same driving risks as handheld counterparts, leading some fleets to ban their use entirely. Andrew Ryan reports
29/01/2016, £40,000 - £50,000 Basic Salary Excellent OTE
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