The number of public electric vehicle charging devices has increased 18% in the UK over the past year to 19,487.
Problems experienced with MOT and servicing during the first lockdown have not be repeated a second time around, new research from Fleet Assist suggests.
Honda has dropped the non-hybrid powertrain option from its CR-V and has revised the model for 2021.
Rivus has named David Myers, a former regional managing director of Wolseley, as its new CEO, effective from December 1.
Autohorn achieves electric vehicle target, Co-wheels launches hybrid-only car club, free telematics guide and VRA offers Brexit briefing.
Roads pricing plans are likely to be revived in a bid to stem the estimated £40bn tax revenue that will be lost as new car buyers switch to electric vehicles (EVs), according to a report by The Times.
Pressure to improve felt more keenly among public sector fleets
Nissan is working as part of a new consortium to help develop a blueprint that will help cities across the UK introduce autonomous vehicle.
Concerns about Level 3 technology and automated lane-keeping systems
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.
David Jinks, head of consumer research at Parcel Hero looks at the challenges facing the home delivery sector in a time of unprecedented growth.
Electric Nation has installed the first 100 chargers as part of its latest Vehicle to Grid (V2G) trial.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA Group) has launched a dedicated online auction platform to sell end-of-contract vehicles from its Leasys and FCA Bank businesses.
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