A growing number of companies offer car club-style rental services that allow fleets to hire vehicles for an hour or less. How do they work and what issues do fleets need to consider? John Maslen finds out
Unexpected end-of-hire charges can be an eye-opener when closely examined, but what policies do the sector's major companies have for these costs? Ben Rooth reports
Diversification and implementation of new tech are crucial to the company's fleet success, finds Stephen Briers
Rental and leasing companies are providing schemes to tap into growing fleet demands, Emma Cooper reports
Fleets paying for damage without seeing evidence that repairs are carried out, or their real cost, has raised concerns over pro-forma invoicing, reports Catherine Chetwynd
Rental giant switches focus from volume growth to prioritise potential profit of each individual deal.
Far from being an expensive way to procure fleet vehicles, if used correctly rental can save your business money. Andrew Brady reports.
Northgate Vehicle Hire's national sales manager has more fly fishing rods than one person needs.
Customers now pay much more attention to the efficiency of vehicles, says Hertz UK general manager Neil Cunningham.
Why are daily rental companies coming under fire from some fleets?
John Lewis, chief executive, BVRLA, on the future of rental.
Roger Hancock, managing director, Thrifty Car and Van Rental, on rentals.