How vehicle tracking creates savings for site-based work
For many businesses, company vehicles remain at work sites for long periods and are only used to make short journeys. When can a vehicle tracking system create savings for a business in these situations? The answer is 24/7
We'll look at five different
Keyless car theft warning issued by police
THE UK’s top police officer investigating vehicle crime is encouraging drivers to take steps to keep their car or van safe amid a rise in criminals exploiting keyless technology.
Provisional figures from the National Police Chiefs’ Council show a 3.1% increase
Vauxhall to be fully electric within seven years
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At the Stellantis EV Day 2021, it was announced that a new, exciting, all-electric car – a modern day version of the Opel Manta – will be introduced mid-decade following on from the positive public reception to the Manta GSe
Volkswagen Touareg R eHybrid - SUV flagship
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What is it?
The latest version of Volkswagen’s big SUV which has now seen the addition of the Touareg R eHybrid, a new performance flagship for the range.
It is also a flag waver for VW’s technology, loaded with equipment, which can
Insurance partnership rewards fleets that invest in telematics
FLEET management and vehicle telematics business LEVL has announced a partnership with Flock, a London-based insurtech, to bring the benefits of connected insurance to `customers.
Fleets working with LEVL will have the ability to take advantage of Flock’s data-driven fleet insurance
Honda reveals new Civic
Civic remains a core model for Honda in Europe and the latest generation builds on almost 50 years of heritage, delivering the usability, comfort and visual appeal that the model is renowned for.
What is a pool car?
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A POOL car is a company vehicle that’s available for use by one or more employees of that company. It can be a pool van, as well.
It's called a pool car, because it is an asset that can be used
Charging points the biggest barrier to EV adoption
A LACK of public charging infrastructure as the biggest barrier to fleets adopting electric vehicles.
Almost six in ten (59%) of fleets surveyed in the latest Arval Mobility Observatory Barometer research said they are not considering implementing EVs because of charging
To prevent being dazzled by the sun when driving, motorists should check their windscreen is clean before setting off, wear polarised sunglasses, and keep a safe distance from other drivers when the sun is distorting their view.
The Arkana is powered exclusively by electrified powertrains: an advanced E-Tech hybrid and an efficient new TCe 140 mild-hybrid. The E-Tech hybrid produces 145hp, while returning up to 58.9mpg, and produces 108g/km in CO2 emissions
The new Taigo features an all-digital cockpit and the latest generation of infotainment systems (MIB3) as standard. T SUV coupé measures in at just under 4.26 metres and it's style is similar to that of its Brazilian counterpart the Nivus.
When buying a new car, one of the big considerations is always going to be how much value it will lose by the time you come to sell. A lower rate of depreciation ultimately means that the car costs you less over the duration of time you own it - and that's only a good thing!
With home charging considerably cheaper than using public charge points, the MPs said those who are less able to afford it may feel pressured adding that the charging infrastructure needs to be more accessible and reliable, ensuring those in rural areas have equal access.
Like the original Beetle, the iD 3 is rear-wheel-drive with motor and gearbox located on the rear axle. The drive unit develops up to 204 PS in the ID.3 yet, incredibly, together the motor and gearbox weigh only 90 kg and are compact enough to fit into a gym bag
Many fleets saw an increase in demand for their delivery or mobile services during the pandemic induced lockdowns, while others had the majority of company cars sit idle on driveways. Either way, fleet requirements changed dramatically from March 2020 onward, and are set for another shift when restrictions lift.
In 2021 Clean Air Zones have launched, or will launch, in Birmingham, Bath, Oxford, Bristol and Portsmouth alongside an expansion of the London Ultra Low Emission Zone in October, while Manchester is slated for 2022.
Intelligence shows organised crime gangs are using relay technology to receive the signal from a key inside a house and transfer it to a portable device, allowing them to unlock and drive the car or van.
While it is still at a pilot stage at five locations, the goal is to roll the YourParkingSpace car club out across the UK over the next year as the online parking portal has a network of 65,000 parking spaces which have the potential to host cars.
Northgate, which supplies LCV flexible hire solutions and support services to British businesses, is committed to supporting its customers as they transition to electric vehicles. The company has already adapted its workshops for EVs, and is installing charging infrastructure across its network of 70+ locations. It has also professionally trained over 300 technicians on EVs.