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HMRC’s decision to allow company car drivers to hand keys back was another ‘knee jerk’ reaction and not practical for fleets, say Fleet200 members.
The DVSA is urging operators of vehicles due an MOT in September, October or November, to bring them forward to beat the expected rush for tests in the autumn.
Fleet News hosted a webinar discussion on July 28 at 11am looking at the UK business response to the fleet challenges presented by Covid-19 and what it means for future fleet policy.
By Paul Hollick, chair of the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP)
Video introduction from Fleet News editor-in-chief Stephen Briers
Europcar has launched a ‘Deliver and Collect’ service for business and private customers, reflecting the growth in home deliveries during Covid-19.
By Matthew Garrett, programme manager at Entec Si
Crossleys Accident Repair has paid tribute to the support received from Lex Autolease during the coronavirus crisis.
IAM RoadSmart has published a fleet safety guide to help businesses get their employees back on the roads, following the easing of Coronavirus lockdown restrictions, as safely as possible.
Covid-19 can provide the catalyst for a green transport revolution, according to the transport secretary, Grant Shapps.
Toyota has developed a new cabin safety screen to help mitigate the risk of coronavirus transmission for its UK private-hire taxi driver customers and their passengers.
Analysis of the latest Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) data by BookMyGarage, showed that 1 in 10 cars on the road could be classified as having ‘dangerous defects’.
Service, maintenance and repair (SMR) for fleets is coming under pressure on three fronts, according to Epyx.
Hundreds of thousands of vehicles due to be tested this summer could end up causing a backlog, the RAC has warned.
Businesses are being advised to review their vehicle remarketing strategies to ensure they are prepared should lockdown measures be reintroduced.
New regulations allowing trials of rental e-scooters will come into force on July 4, 2020, transport minister Rachel Maclean has announced.
The Government has announced that mandatory MOT tests for cars, motorcycles and vans in England, Scotland and Wales will be restarted from August 1.
The highest speeds recorded by police in London included 163mph on a 70mph road and an astonishing 134mph on a 40mph road.
Company car drivers, who have their fuel paid for by their employer, could be in line for a tax refund, according to RSM Employer Solutions.
Driving tests and lessons for cars, motorcycles and heavy vehicles will start next month, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has announced.
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