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Finance departments are preventing the introduction of mandatory fleet policies for automatic emergency braking, according to Thatcham Research.
Tusker has been named growing business of the year (large business category) at the Growing Business Awards.
Venson Automotive Solutions has strengthened its public sector team with the appointment of Karen Newport as account manager.
The next generation of medium panel vans from Peugeot, Citroen and Toyota are to be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show early next year.
The Freight Transport Association has welcomed a halt on roadworks over the Christmas period in Northern Ireland.
Mike Pilkington has joined BCA Services as chief operating officer.
Vauxhall is introducing its IntelliLink and OnStar infotainment systems to the Corsa supermini.
Fleet Tyre Network has been selected as the primary tyre provider for Europcar.
Iron Mountain will always work with drivers to help them improve – and this is typical of its award-winning approach
ESL Fuels is targeting commercial fleet transport operators with the launch of its new Ultra Diesel fuel product.
GEFCO supported Peugeot Motor Company with a total vehicle solution for the deployment of 500 light commercial vehicles over a three-month period for G4S.
A new Volvo FM 8x4 Tridem is the latest addition to the waste collection fleet of Wiltshire-based Hills Waste Solutions.
MPs have launched an enquiry into ‘all-lane running’ to evaluate its effectiveness in managing capacity and congestion, and its impact on road safety.
Experts predict negative effect on residual values for Volkswagen Group.
Honda has announced a price rise for the HR-V, the Civic hatchback, Civic Tourer, CR-V and Jazz.
HMRC has updated its advisory fuel rates (AFRs) for the next quarter from December 1, 2015, with the rate for larger petrol engines being reduced.
Lex Autolease is poised to outsource a major part of its remarketing operation to BCA at the start of next year, in a deal worth around 80,000 vehicles.
Choice lists are changing as fleets take on more hybrid and fully-electric vehicles
Millbrook Proving Ground’s servo sled will provide vital data to help build safer vehicles. Gareth Roberts reports
Technologies have matured since Cenex entered the ‘valley of death’ to bring fleets and brands together, as Christopher Smith finds out
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