Businesses travelled an estimated 2.51 billion miles more in June than May as the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown measures eased, figures from Allstar Business Solutions show.
The Covid-19 pandemic is a “once in a generation opportunity” to change the way organisations think about their fleet operations, says the Association of Fleet Professionals.
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.
Fuel sales at filling stations across the UK are still 23% below pre-lockdown levels, despite restrictions being eased, according to latest government figures.
There have always had differing processes and policies, but FleetCheck claims Covid-19 will deepen the divide further for mixed fleets.
The number of vehicles using UK roads has almost returned to normal, following the relaxation of Coronavirus lockdown rules.
The Chancellor's summer economic plan introduced a range of measures to help the UK economy recover from the impact of the coronavirus.
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.
Manheim Auction Services and Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions (HCVS) are hosting an exclusive online event on Friday, July 10, featuring a rang of quality cars and hand-picked heavy goods vehicles (HGVs).
Campaign for Better Transport suggests wants Government intervention so local transport networks are based on active travel, shared and public transport.
The coronavirus pandemic is changing the way people work, with fewer face-to-face meetings and an inevitable decline in company car mileages.
Car hire especially disadvantaged as lockdown measures forced rapid decline in leisure traffic.
Fleet procurement in the ‘new normal’ business world will become more complex as the Coronavirus lockdown restrictions are lifted and the Government attempts to kick-start the economy.
The record fall in fuel prices seen during the coronavirus pandemic ended in June, with diesel up almost 3p per litre in the month.
Fleet and business new car registrations show signs of recovery, but private demand is far greater, new figures from SMMT show.
West Yorkshire has the highest number of speeding offences in the UK with 181,864, followed by Avon and Somerset (159,210) and Thames Valley (145,447), new figures show.
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.
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