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Ford has developed technology that sends a signal from an emergency services vehicle directly to nearby drivers, so that they will know exactly where the siren is coming from, and how far away it is.
Jaguar has confirmed the E-Pace compact SUV will make its debut on July 13, with prices expected to start at £28,500.
A HGV driver has been banned from professional driving for three years after he falsified his records and put other road users at risk.
Charge points for electric vehicles (EVs) at motorway service areas and large fuel retailers will be required under new laws, revealed in the Queen’s Speech.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has today unveiled his transport strategy, with a pledge to cut emissions in the capital.
French-based company Europcar is no longer content with simple car hire. Now it is setting its sights on being major player in ‘new mobility’.
Charlie Wren discusses how a safe-driving fleet focus fuelled by the introduction of telematics has helped cut collisions and protect residual values.
The FTA staged a road fatality at the annual Van Excellence conference giving delegates food for thought about culpability.
Fleets Informed partners claim that companies are becoming increasingly reliant on suppliers for information, management reports and innovation.
The chief adjudicator for the Traffic Penalty Tribunal (TPT), Caroline Sheppard, has been awarded an OBE for her services to motorists.