Paul Stevens’ goals are to increase face-to-face driver communication and to reduce unnecessary hire outlay and costs overall. Elizabeth Howlett reports
Nottingham City Council is ramping up its electric vehicle plans as the city looks to tackle air pollution by introducing a Clean Air Zone (CAZ).
Defra fleet chief Dale Eynon has set a bold strategy: ditch diesel and convert the entire fleet of 4,000 cars to petrol-hybrid or pure electric by 2025.
Fleet boss Maurice Elford made software a priority when joining L&Q. He is now a double Fleet News Award winner.
Edinburgh College has saved more than £100,000 in fuel expense claims since introducing an electric pool car fleet in 2012, Sarah Tooze reports.
Chargemaster uses electric vehicles on its own fleet to prove to companies that plug-in cars make good business sense, John Maslen discovers.
The London Borough of Hackney is introducing more electric vehicles and using biofuels in other vehicles... there is little this council won’t try in bid to help the environment.
Charlie Wren discusses how a safe-driving fleet focus fuelled by the introduction of telematics has helped cut collisions and protect residual values.
All in-house, partial-outsourcing or totally outsourced – David King brought the three together to create one way of working, reports Sarah Tooze
Nigel Grainger was compelled to act when presented with a home-to-school transport challenge. It’s just one of his many new initiatives, reports Andrew Ryan
27/11/2017, £25,000 + Car + Commission
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