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Industry trade bodies have united to publish new safety guidance for the remarketing sector as businesses begin to re-open following the lockdown.
But Epyx warns fleets to ‘take care' as evidence emerges of "serious" component failures, alongside flat tyres and batteries, after vehicles have stood idle.
The Government has changed its advice on the wearing of face coverings on public transport in England.
By Andrew Mee, head of forecast UK at Cap HPI
Fleets urged to stagger vehicle returns to help lessen the impact of coronavirus on used car values, while dealers are warned not to cut new car prices.
A Freedom of Information (FOI) request submitted by MoneySuperMarket has revealed that more than 3m (3,025,345) cars and vans had their MOT extended since March 30.
Drivers and businesses are being urged to check that both they and their vehicles are ready for the road by a new campaign as the coronavirus lockdown eases.
Fleet News is asking for fleet decision-makers’ experience of handling the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic with a quick-fire, multiple choice survey.
Licence Check has welcomed updated Government guidance on working safely with vehicles during the Coronavirus pandemic as more businesses look to return to work.
Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions says the industry will have to ‘knuckle down’ if values are to be achieved in a post-pandemic used car market.
New research by Kwik Fit has revealed that almost 1.1 million unroadworthy vehicles are set to return to the roads as lockdown begins to ease.
Covid-19 is set to transform the used car market, with more vehicles being sold online at the expense of physical sales.
Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy updates healthy and safety at work guidance, with advice for fleet operators and business drivers.
The Association for Driver Licence Verification (ADLV) has urged fleets to maintain frequent online checking of driving licences as lockdown eases in the UK.
Arval is launching ‘The Journey Goes On’ proposition designed to support customers for the post-lockdown period.
The Covid-19 death rate for professional drivers is one of the highest, according to new data released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Fleet risk management policies should be updated to include coronavirus measures following the latest Government advice, says FleetCheck.
But the company urges caution, with volatile price movements expected over the next few weeks.
The coronavirus job retention scheme has been extended until the end of October, but employers will have to share some of the costs from August.
Face ‘covering’ advice updated in new coronavirus guidance published alongside the Government's Covid-19 recovery strategy.
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