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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.
The June digital edition of Fleet News is now available to read, packed with useful and insightful content for fleet decision-makers, fleet influencers and suppliers and manufacturers.
Arval has produced a new guide for fleet managers based on Government guidance on keeping workplaces safe during the coronavirus crisis.
The Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) has announced its first webinar, which will examine the impact of coronavirus on fleet operations.
Long-term changes to the way people work could result in more employees becoming grey fleet drivers.
Darren Hodson of Smith Cooper Corporate Finance comments on wide-ranging Government initiatives available to the fleet and leasing sector.
Fleet management consultant Colin Tourick considers how fleets and leasing companies can work together to protect their businesses during the Covid-19 crisis
The Government has granted a seven-month extension to drivers whose photocard driving licence expires between the start of February and the end of August.
Fleets are being urged to avoid increasing work-related stress for drivers by empowering them to make more safety conscious decisions.
Business travellers and commuters are being reminded that from Monday (June 15) they will be required to wear a face covering on public transport.
Lockdown measures employed during the coronavirus crisis have resulted in thousands of fleet managers running vehicles from their homes.
Fleet industry and tax advisers believe new HMRC guidance falls short of the mark.
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.
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