• 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…

  • It’s a Budget for more beer

    I don’t know about you, but my first instinct on hearing the Budget yesterday was to go down to the pub. There were no great tax giveaways, but at least the Chancellor knocked 1p a pint off a beer in…

  • My fleet favourites from Geneva

    The Geneva Motor Show – the start of the European season for motor shows – is always a great event, so full of optimism and bristling with new models and new technologies. Some of them, like fuel cells, will be…

  • The power of three

    Will your next company car be missing something? Nothing serious, of course, but it could be to your advantage that it’s not all present and correct: there’s a swathe of new cars arriving missing a cylinder as four-cylinder engines start…

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