Industry experts have asked for greater government support in getting to grips with the issues surrounding connected vehicle and driver data.
The creation of a cross-departmental approach to intelligent mobility, called for in the Fleet Industry Manifesto, has been adopted by the Government.
Britain’s main political parties have failed to address some of the key concerns facing fleet operators in their manifestos.
The Conservatives offer the best policies for the fleet industry, according to the latest poll from Fleet News.
We asked three of the other political parties likely to win seats to outline their views on some of the major transport issues. Andrew Ryan reports
Fleet Industry Manifesto launched last week to three main political parties.
Fleet News, ACFO and the BVRLA launched the Fleet Industry Manifesto report at the House of Lords on December 10, calling on the next Government to address key issues on tax and emissions, red tape, road safety and roads infrastructure.
The reporting of at-work road accidents and subsequent analysis is imperative to improving safety. Stephen Briers reports
Latest developments have the potential to improve road safety, cut congestion and reduce emissions. Gareth Roberts reports
Second manifesto meeting reveals fleet sector’s wish-list related to Government red tape and regulation. Stephen Briers reports
Incentivising people to use roads at off-peak times could also reduce congestion and save businesses money. Stephen Briers reports
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