The AA has agreed a three-year partnership with Uber to give 65,000 licensed private hire drivers access to its breakdown cover.
AA’s expert locksmiths will unlock the secrets to the organisation’s specialist Key Assist capabilities.
Automotive data experts at HPI crunched the numbers to reveal that minibuses top the chart of vehicle types most likely to have a mileage anomaly.
Trakm8 reports increasing demand from leasing companies for its Connectedcare vehicle health platform, which can help prevent breakdowns.
Study shows how connected vehicles and advanced analytics can make travelling in cities safer by making relatively simple improvements to roads and junctions.
Fleet Assist has expanded with its brand new Huntingdon-based office.
The Department for Transport (DfT) is opening a £348 million funding competition to help improve local roads over the next four years.
Fix Auto UK has acquired Ian Hughes Motor Body Repair Centre in Colwyn Bay - the second independent accident repair centre it has bought.
Two councils - Mid-Devon District Council (MDDC) and Exeter City Council (ECC) - have joined forces for the first time to source vehicles.
Current uncertainty in the fleet market should be seen as an opportunity for procurement departments to rethink supply chain strategies and reshape their fleet policies.
National Windscreens has expanded its training school network, with the opening of a new training centre in Peterborough.
National Windscreens has been awarded the contract for windscreen repair, replacement and ADAS calibration on the 5,000-vehicle fleet run by Addison Lee Group.
Activate Group Ltd (AGL) has launched a new body shop division called Activate Accident Repair that will see it invest £3 million in five centres over the next 12 months.
A free online service, maintenance and repair (SMR) portal is being offered by Fuel Card Services to its 55,000 customer organisations plus all businesses across the UK.
RAC patrols attended fewer pothole-related breakdowns in the first three months of 2019 than they have in any first quarter for three years.
Network Rail has awarded a £136 million, four-year fleet management contract to Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions.
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).
The RAC has started using smartphone video technology to fix issues remotely, meaning that stranded motorists may not have to wait for a patrol to arrive.
An increase in the number of company cars fitted with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) means fleets need to reassess repair strategies, says Epyx.
The auto industry is facing a skills shortage, with a quarter of Brits (26%) and less than one in five women (19%) saying they would consider a job in a garage.
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