‘Morning after’ drink driving is on the increase with more motorists putting themselves and other road users at risk.
A police force expects to save more than £500,000 a year after it finishes fitting telematics to its vehicle fleet.
The Government could help cut the deficit if all public sector fleet vehicles used recycled parts, a Gloucestershire business owner told ministers this week.
Senior traffic police officers from all over Europe gather in Manchester today (Tuesday, October 1) for the annual conference of TISPOL, the European Traffic Police Network.
A fleet of ten crime-busting Vauxhall Astra Police cars bristling with cutting-edge technology is to go on trial with Hertfordshire Constabulary.
An analysis of 515,248 UK police force records has revealed that cities in the North of England are the worst affected by car crime, with Manchester topping the league table.
Police given powers of on-the-spot penalties for careless driving including tailgating and poor lane discipline.
Workshops are becoming the main area where blue light fleets are working to cope with the reduced budgets prompted by Government austerity measures.
Motorists will welcome news of new powers for police to tackle bad driving, research suggests.
Mitsubishi's Specialist Vehicle Operations Centre, which refits, adapts and upgrades standard Mitsubishi models to meet individual client requirements, is entering its busiest period ever.
General Dynamics UK has unveiled its One Box Single Vehicle Architecture (OBSVA) solution for police vehicles at this year’s Security and Policing show in Farnborough, Hampshire.
Three police forces have abandoned plans to outsource fleet management to support services giant G4S because the agreement being proposed did not suit their “unique and complex” needs.
The independent body that monitors the Met Police is looking at how the force could better procure its vehicles and manage its fleet.
Results from a recent pan-European seatbelt operation show that nearly 100,000 drivers and passengers were detected for not wearing seatbelts.
Keith Wilson, fleet manager at Northumbria Police, has become the new chairman of the National Association of Police Fleet Managers (NAPFM).
A vehicle recycling scheme is saving police fleets 65% on each part they buy compared to the price they would have paid from a dealer.
The vast majority of drivers want to see much higher fines and tougher enforcement to tackle the risky and selfish drivers who repeatedly flout laws and get away with it, a survey suggests.
Tired driving has been blamed by police after a patrol car left the road outside a city centre pub and ploughed through a line of bollards.
Vauxhall has strengthened its position as the largest vehicle supplier to the UK's police forces with a successful tender submission for the Welsh Police.
The 39th National Association of Police Fleet Managers' (NAPFM) Conference and Blue Light Fleet Exhibition will take place at the Peterborough Arena on September 25-26.
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