New regulations allowing trials of rental e-scooters will come into force on July 4, 2020, transport minister Rachel Maclean has announced.
Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, confirmed 29 projects will benefit from the investment.
A loss of confidence in public transport looks set to change how employees will travel to work as the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown eases, new research has found.
Seven new corporate members joined the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) in the first two weeks of June, as interest in the new industry body continues to grow.
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 Geneva International Motor Show will not take place next year, organisers have announced.
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.
A surge of unsafe vehicles are returning the UK’s roads as Coronavirus lockdown restrictions ease, says Aviva.
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.
The used car market is performing well, with CD Auctions reporting record volumes as online sales attract a large number of first-time buyers.
In May and June, Fleet News surveyed all the major manufacturers to find out how they were responding to the coronavirus pandemic. Here are their responses.
Chevin Fleet Solutions has launched its charity fundraiser, #Chevin500, to raise money for the International Federation of Red Cross’ (IFRC) emergency appeal, in support of global efforts to tackle coronavirus.
Arval has produced a new guide for fleet managers based on Government guidance on keeping workplaces safe during the coronavirus crisis.
A third of employees working in the auto industry are still on furlough and up to one in six jobs are at risk as a result of Covid-19.
One in three people questioned say they are permanently planning to stop car-sharing, with two in five declaring that giving people a lift to work is now a thing of the past.
The impact of Covid-19 on the used vehicle market will be discussed at the Vehicle Remarketing Association (VRA) AGM on July 1.
Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed that the 30% hike in the congestion charge will apply from 7am to 10pm, seven days a week, from Monday (June 22).
There were five million fewer MOT tests carried out in April and May 2020 than in the same months last year.
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