Car hire especially disadvantaged as lockdown measures forced rapid decline in leisure traffic.
Fleet managers are having to adapt fast to new demands placed upon them by Covid-19, but new research suggests some familiar challenges remain.
Audi has confirmed a five-level trim structure for the e-tron 50 quattro and 55 quattro SUV headed by new Black Edition and Vorsprung options.
Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) co-chair, Caroline Sandall, says the ‘time is right’ to step down role after playing a vital role in the creation of the new fleet representative body.
Tees Valley Combined Authority will host the first e-scooter trials, while new Government guidance for users has been published today.
The Government is consulting on how it will adopt EU emissions targets for cars, vans and HGVs in January 2021, when the transition period for the UK’s departure from the EU is complete.
Safety and risk management continues to be a major priority for fleets, with the process often beginning during the recruitment of a new employee.
Highways England and Loughborough University project will look at the challenges connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) could face on motorways.
At Fleet News, we’re as prepared as we can be and we’re working hard to keep as close as possible to ‘business as usual’ in these extraordinary times, safeguarding our business and our service to you.
The longest Budget statement on record has few moments of cheer for the fleet industry, despite lobbying
The split between business/fleet funding and private/retail for cars has changed dramatically over the past year.
By Jon Dye, director of underwriting - motor, QBE Europe
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