AppyParking’s Smart City Parking solution is now fully available to Harrogate residents.
The EV recharging infrastructure should require no driver involvement in preparation for fleets of driverless vehicles. By Alex Gruzen
Avis Budget Group and Continental have collaborated to equip Avis’ EU and US connected fleets with Continental’s Key as a Service (KaaS) technology.
Fleets have the opportunity to capitalise now on the benefits of a connected vehicle future.
New mobility models have to provide an irresistible vision, not just a practical alternative, to lure drivers away from private cars. By Jonathan Manning
Shifting passengers away from public transport and into self-driving cars may have the effect of increasing traffic volumes, warn experts
Range of transport options will minimise vehicle use as cities bid for Government funding. By Stephen Briers
Connected parking apps are becoming more prominent as partnerships with local councils and manufacturers is "on the rise".
Sci-fi travel for passengers and freight at 745mph is gaining traction thanks to Musk concept and Branson investment.
Google’s self-driving car project, Waymo, has placed an order for up to 62,000 additional Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivans, with the first deliveries due later this year.
New fuelcard technology in the United States will automatically read a company car’s registration plate and mileage as the vehicle drives onto a petrol station forecourt.
Volvo aims to solve the hassle of customers waiting in for a courier delivery by turning its cars into safes. Jonathan Manning reports
Carmakers need to start building excitement around the possibilities presented by autonomous vehicles to overcome public uncertainty about entrusting their journeys to driverless cars, according to a cognitive psychologist.
Five of Europe’s largest logistics firms have started an innovative trial this month in Berlin, sharing a depot and making deliveries by bicycle or e-bike. Jonathan Manning reports.
Leasing and fleet management company LeasePlan USA has partnered with ride-hailing firm Lyft to offer its corporate clients a broader mobility solution in the United States.
Leasing and fleet management companies express interest and enthusiasm for new app-based multi-modal transport solution. Jonathan Manning reports.
Jonathan Manning explores how companies are using EV and mobility services in a bid to offer transport alternatives, while highlighting additional fleet responsibility
Small and medium-sized enterprises do not believe driverless cars will be a feature of our roads by 2021 and see them as a potential threat to business.
Two-way batteries on electric vehicles open up the possibility of fleets selling power back with Vehicle to Grid technology.
New car-sharing platforms could allow fleets to generate revenue during vehicle downtime and deliver driver efficiency.
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