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Lex Autolease has increased operating lease assets by 3% to £3.2 billion from £3.1 billion in the first six months of 2015.
The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) has published a shortlist of nominees for the 2015 Low Carbon Champions Awards.
British Gas is to fit Michelin Cross Climate tyres to its fleet of 13,000 vans.
Aston Barclay has signed a two year deal to provide vehicle inspection and remarketing services to Venson Fleet.
A quartet of fleet industry motor sport fanatics raised thousands of pounds for charity after covering more than 1,500km in a European 24-hour kart race.
Glenn McCulley has been appointed national fleet sales manager at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles UK.
RAC patrol Ben Wilson has won the keys to the first right-hand drive new Vito to roll off the Mercedes-Benz production line.
Waste management company Hippo has saved £116,000 on service, maintenance and repair costs after appointing Northgate Fleet Management to manage its vehicles.
Epyx is reporting a 40% year-on-year volume increase for its 1link Disposal Network e-commerce platform.
The American arm of fleet software company, Chevin US, has moved into bigger premises.
The FTA says the announcement by the Department for Transport to introduce a temporary relaxation of drivers’ hours makes “perfect sense”.
UPS has announced agreements for up to 46 million gallons of renewable fuels over the next three years.
A flashing diesel particulate filter warning light does not always mean there is a problem with the DPF; it could be triggered by a number of different issues.
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.
Technology advances are making vehicles safer as legislation influences pace of change
Acting on the information provided can bring staggering reductions in accident severity and improve driver safety
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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