Hyundai has refreshed i20 line-up for 2018, making it safer and more technologically advanced.
Electric vehicles could become a more attractive purchase for businesses in the next few years as car manufacturers strive to meet average emissions targets.
Competition watchdogs say they are considering a request from the transport secretary Chris Grayling to investigate fuel prices at motorway service stations.
Two million drivers will have to give their fleet operator permission to check their driving licence thanks to the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The Treasury has admitted it still has not made a decision over how company car tax and road tax will take account of the new WLTP emissions testing regime.
In our free webinar, Leo Taylor and David Bushnell from Alphabet will provide a glimpse of what’s on the horizon for tomorrow and what you need to be thinking about today.
New man at the helm is directing Arval to concentrate on new technologies and broaden the company’s appeal beyond fleet. Stephen Briers reports
Paying the cost of vehicle repair or insurance excess is just the tip of the iceberg, with the true cost of a collision being much greater. Andrew Ryan reports
The risks and the precautions fleet operators and drivers can take in the wake of CVs used as weapons in recent terror attacks
February is usually one of the quietest months for sales, but this year the picture looks different. Dean Bowkett reports.
The Freight Transport Association (FTA) confirms that the Logistics Carbon Reduction Scheme has been relaunched as Logistics Emissions Reduction Scheme (LERS).
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