BP is to launch a new Fuel & Charge fuel card this summer which can be used by fleet drivers to pay for petrol, diesel or electricity.
Overall, the alternative fuel vehicle market rose by 12.7% in April, but zero emission-capable plug-in hybrids fell by 34%, says the SMMT.
The RAC is predicting the busiest May Day bank holiday traffic since 2016, with 13 million leisure trips expected to be made from Friday (May 3).
Previous research suggested that around 45% of all cars, 40% of light goods vehicles (LGVs) and more than one-in-three (38%) trucks will need to pay the charge.
Airmax Remote says analysis of data from 15,000 vehicles in 2018 shows high number of idling incidents can be attributed to a harsh winter and a record-breaking hot summer.
Fleet decision-makers need to apply strong management techniques to tackle rising prices, says Fleet Logistics.
While many companies may choose to retain the fleet manager job title, reality is that mobility manager is becoming more apt. How can they adapt?
Fuel Card Services has launched its online My Fleet Hub portal, offering a range of fleet management services.
Ford has outlined an EV strategy that encompasses mild hybrid, self-charging hybrid, plug-in hybrid and battery electric solutions across its cars and vans.
The price of diesel should fall by around 3p a litre in the next fortnight, whereas petrol looks set to rise further.
Fleets need to ensure that they keep on top of petrol and diesel management basics as the industry turns to a more diverse fuel mix, says Arval.
Local authority will instead spend £32 million to reduce air pollution and improve congestion in the city.
One third of councils that responded to an electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure survey say that they have no plans to increase charge points.
Defra approves plan to tackle poor air quality in Birmingham and gives £52.2 million to help implement scheme.
The Natural History Museum has become the latest UK academic and research organisation to take delivery of a Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell saloon.
Andrew Ryan looks at five of the factors which will influence the future for urban travel in the UK
A new report, published by the Aldersgate Group, sets out a series of policies aimed at delivering deep cuts in surface transport emissions.
The contract, worth a total £2.8million, will see more than 50 electric vehicle charging points being installed across the country within the next nine months.
Cars will not be charged to enter Bath’s clean air zone (CAZ), but vans, trucks and buses not meeting the latest emission standards will.
Diesel and petrol pump prices increased in February marking the end of three consecutive months of price reductions on the UK’s forecourts.
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