• Google takes safety to the ultimate level

    This week the internet search giant Google revealed its first prototype driverless car. I may not be alone in thinking the friendly-faced bubble car has a distinct resemblance to my nephew’s Little Tikes Cosy Coupe play car – the red…

  • Setting the gold standard

    Now you might think that any right-on managing director and successful management team wouldn’t countenance such nonsense as dressing up in onesies (for the day). Or having treat days, a pancake day (on Shrove Tuesday naturally) or Easter egg decor…

  • Five Chinese crackers

    Last week in my blog I talked about the New York Motor Show – and offered my pick of the exciting cars on show Stateside. This week it’s the turn of the Beijing Motor Show, which has just finished. And…

  • Six stateside showstoppers

    Motor shows used to be just for Europe – plus the great Tokyo Show in Japan and Detroit in the US, of course, but no more. In the world economy, car makers need to display their new cars around the…

  • A bit of zaniness is better for service

    I’ve talked about Fleet Alliance Loves before in this blog. It’s the bit where we let the staff loose, so to speak, to do their own thing. Some of it’s daft, some of it’s highly strenuous, but the concept is…

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