The AA’s Business Services’ research shows that drivers want technicians to visit them in case of a recall, and have called for swift action to do so.
Puddy Vehicle Solutions (PVS) has become the first new customer of Prestige Vehicle Servicing (prestige) since it was bought by the AA earlier this year.
BT Fleet Solutions and the AA have celebrated almost three decades working together, and the signing of a new five-year contract, with a mini conference in Oldbury.
A number of cities are planning WPLs seven years after Nottingham launched its pioneering scheme. We look at what fleets can learn from the city’s experiences
The AA wins 2019 Fleet News Award for Fleet Supplier of the Year
The AA wins 2019 Fleet News Award for Customer Service
Andrew Ryan looks at five of the factors which will influence the future for urban travel in the UK
The Transport Committee is launching an inquiry to scrutinise the Government’s approach to road safety, which was last set out in its 2015 road safety statement.
The AA is adapting the services it offers to stay ahead of the curve
The AA has extended its relationship with Ford for another three years, having worked together since 2005.
The AA says the acquisition provides an opportunity to strengthen its presence in the service, maintenance and repair (SMR) market.
Two-fifths (42%) of those under-34 say they have driven their return commute when very tired compared to a quarter of all drivers, says the AA Charitable Trust.
The Electric Vehicles (Standardised Recharging) Bill aims to make provision for standardised payment for charging and vehicle connectors.
AA president Edmund King will call on the Government to provide greater clarity over its position on diesel, at the Zero Emission Vehicle Summit today.
Business drivers looking to take their electric vehicles abroad should plan their route thoroughly to ensure they don’t run out of charge, warns the AA.
The AA is launching two services that aim to reduce fleet downtime and ensure car and van drivers stay mobile at all times.
West Midlands Police recently disclosed nearly 300 incidents of misfuelling in 2017, costing more than £53,000 in repairs.
Employers, fleet and HR managers should be exercising their duty of care to help their grey fleets to stay safe and legal when driving for work, says the AA.
The AA has announce its pride at winning Fleet Supplier Award at this year’s Fleet News Awards, which was a “huge honour” for the business.
Two thirds of drivers (65%) don’t believe they will be prosecuted for offences such as tailgating and lane hogging due to a lack of police on UK roads.
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