Rail passenger journeys in Great Britain fell to the lowest levels last seen in the mid-nineteenth century.
The aim is for the fleet, rental and leasing sector to own and operating around 900,000 battery electric vehicles (BEVs) within five years.
Worries around charging infrastructure have been cited as the biggest perceived disadvantage to electric vehicles, according to a DfT survey.
Licence Check is offering advice to fleet decision-makers regarding licence checking services whilst the coronavirus outbreak forces many businesses into lockdown and remote-working.
The Independent Garage Association (IGA) has said it is raising concerns with Government regarding the impact of extending MOTs for six months.
Transport secretary Grant Shapps has announced that normal rail franchise agreements will be suspended for six months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Vehicle owners will be granted a six-month exemption from MOT testing, allowing people to carry on with essential travel, says the Department for Transport (DfT).
DVSA issues new MOT advice after initially telling drivers in self-isolation to not take their vehicle to be MOT tested.
Best and worst places to charge electric vehicles (EVs) revealed by government.
Alcolock device is fully integrated with vehicle’s telematics system
Company car drivers amongst those targeted in measures to cut road deaths and injuries in Government's new driver safety action plan
Company car drivers amongst those affected by Government review as part of its Road Safety Action Plan.
Funding for new fleet of new e-cargo bikes will provide Scotland’s first integrated cargo bike delivery and waste service.
Delegates at industry briefing call on the Government to make a clear decision so fleet bodies can work with ministers to achieve the best outcome for all. By Stephen Briers
Already got enough on your plate running the fleet? Well, new emissions measuring systems seem set to add to the confusion. Paul Adler reports.
The Government has announced that the plug-in car and van grant will be extended until October 2018, having previously stated it would only remain until April 2018.
The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) has outlined its three-year strategy, putting consumers at the centre of its focus.
Speeding offences are now at an 11-year high, according to new figures from the Department for Transport (DfT).
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