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Allstar has ditched its optional two card approach to offering customers access to discounted diesel and instead launched the Allstar One Card.
Combining chip and pin technology with mileage capture has given fleets greater control and flexibility of their fuel spend
Telematics platform provider Microlise has launched Clear, a product designed specifically for the field service and fleet sectors.
Strengthening of the Hammersmith Flyover in west London has entered its final phase, with 80% of the work now done and only four more weekend closures required.
Staff from Motiva Group are preparing to take on the Potteries Marathon.
Volvo is celebrating 'a resounding success’ after attending Fleet News's two-day Company Car in Action event which saw it secure ‘significant sales leads’.
Lancashire based One Call Leasing have announced the launch of their new interactive website.
Driver training initiative to launch next year as van maker moves towards fleet consultancy
Chargemaster has acquired GB Electrical, a specialist national contractor that has expanded into the installation of charging points.
Two-to-three-year payback period and CO2 reductions of 12-15%, according to Brit European
Major fleets are signing up to CLOCS safety standard as proportion of cyclist deaths in London involving HGVs rises to 100%
Cenex has launched the Gas Vehicle Hub to support the growth of gas vehicles in the UK, providing details of the location of refuelling infrastructure.
Commercial vehicle fleet services company, Fraikin, are to supply the DVSA with 39 new motorcycles.
Fleets face missing out on the benefits of behavioural telematics, because some systems do not provide the information needed to manage risk.
Air quality issues across Europe will prove to be a game-changer for electric vehicles (EVs), according to Nissan.
A former pensions minister claims the Government could target salary sacrifice in an effort to claw back lost tax revenues.
Peter Bridgen, managing director of Fleetcor’s fuel card business, tells Gareth Roberts how past failings have led to service improvements
Colin Watson prefers a positive approach to fleet. Making sure the right driver is in the right vehicle is a big part of that. Christopher Smith reports
A mini-lease of 28 days to one year could better suit the changing needs of your fleet and be a more cost-effective option. Catherine Chetwynd investigates
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