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We are in a climate crisis globally and need to decarbonise our heavy vehicle fleets now.
While bus, truck and van fleet owners are committed to a greener future, there are some key common barriers that they face: rapidly
Why VN5 is right for you
Whatever your business, VN5 is built to help you succeed.
We know that when it comes to a successful van, lists of features aren’t everything. What matters is how the van performs in the real world: how it meets the needs
Electrifying – Business Motoring’s new EV guide
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THINKING of electrifying your fleet? We can help with the launch of the Business Motoring Electric Vehicle Guide.
Fleets and private buyers are increasingly interested in electric vehicles with sales rising every month, despite a slow new car market.
The SMMT now
We need to talk about the VN5. It's a game changer
LEVC (London Electric Vehicle Company) is set to revolutionise the commercial vehicle segment with VN5, its new electric light commercial van - available to order now.
So what makes it a game changer?
Bold, distinctive design and lightweight aluminium construction
A new way to pay for tyres
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Tyres can be expensive to repair and replace, and an ongoing expense if you have one vehicle personally or a full fleet of vehicles.
To help spread the cost, a subscription service offering complete peace of mind, ‘Pay Monthly Tyres’ -
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
By Chris Wright|2021-11-25T14:14:11+00:00November 25th, 2021|
Vincze takes up his new role at a pivotal moment for Nissan. As an OEM, brand has worked hard to establish itself as a global leader in electric vehicle technology in recent years and is entering an exciting new era with a refreshed LCV line-up and the upcoming arrival of two new halo products: the Ariya coupe crossover EV and Townstar compact van, which will be available with both petrol and fully electric powertrains.
By Chris Wright|2021-11-25T14:04:18+00:00November 25th, 2021|
AFP and the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association had been lobbying HMRC for an increase for some weeks and it has now been increased to five pence per mile, up from 4ppm. The AER for electric vehicles had not changed since 2018, this uplift is seen as a positive move towards providing a supportive environment for the push to zero emission motoring.”
By Chris Wright|2021-11-24T10:11:57+00:00November 24th, 2021|
New winter tyre regulation, that has been designed to enhance road safety, is now active from November to the end of March and requires motorists to have winter specific tyres fitted when travelling in 48 French regions – or they could incur a fine of €135.
By Chris Wright|2021-11-24T10:03:27+00:00November 24th, 2021|
AER specified by HMRC is just 4ppm which, said Paul Hollick, AFP chair, completely fails to cover reimbursement of fuel costs when most individuals are now paying closer to an estimated 18 pence per kwh, which is a stumbling block for fleets adopting EVs.
By Chris Wright|2021-11-23T10:32:04+00:00November 23rd, 2021|
Driver Booking Module enables users to contact garages directly using any mobile device or computer and nominate up to three potential appointment dates from within a defined network, which will then be confirmed by the service provider.
By Chris Wright|2021-11-23T09:37:43+00:00November 23rd, 2021|
Government plans will see up to 145,000 charging points installed across the country each year with new-build supermarkets, workplaces and buildings undergoing major renovations also coming under the new law. The announcement has been largely welcomed although there are concerns that the plans do not go far enough.
By Chris Wright|2021-11-22T09:53:11+00:00November 22nd, 2021|
Volvo’s previous company car policy was long-established with choice lists based on lease rentals, offering petrol and diesel models from Volvo and Renault. However, its HR Director Danny Nussbaum explained that pressure had been building to make fundamental changes.
By Chris Wright|2021-11-26T10:08:40+00:00November 22nd, 2021|
Drivers will still be able to continue using a device ‘hands-free’ while driving, such as a sat-nav, if it’s secured in a cradle. They must, however, always take responsibility for their driving and can be charged with an offence if the police find them not to be in proper control of their vehicle.
By Chris Wright|2021-11-19T07:41:50+00:00November 19th, 2021|
Despite the post-pandemic showroom blues followed by supply problems caused by the global shortage of semi-conductors Kia UK sales remain on target this yea, and fleet sales have been key to keeping the numbers up.
By Chris Wright|2021-11-17T15:36:30+00:00November 18th, 2021|
With 40,000 injury collisions a year involving those driving for work and 65,000 a year if commuters are included, there is a high chance something could go wrong. More than a dozen videos are now freely available from the National Highways Driving for Better Business (DfBB) campaign, to help navigate the new legal responsibilities facing employers.