Hybrids lead the change in fleets

I found this report from Arval in my daily reading this week: it said that UK fleets were ahead of the game in adopting hybrid technology. Whether hybrid or plug-in hybrid, UK fleets were at the head of a table…

Businesses keen to keep company cars, says new study

Only 2% of UK businesses would consider giving up their company cars, although nearly half would be interested in trying corporate mobility solutions, according to new research by leasing company Arval. The research conducted for its 2018 Corporate Vehicle Observatory…

How blockchain may underpin your future fleet

It might sound fanciful, but it’s true: blockchain technology may well underpin your fleet and your future mobility requirements. Now, don’t back because this sounds too technical. Because as you know, me and technology are not always the best bedfellows….

Flames and sparks at Detroit Show 2018

Muscle cars and go-anywhere tough-as-you-like SUVs amid bursts of flame are what you expect from the North American International Auto Show, which has been taking place in Detroit (Jan 13-28) and that’s what you get. It is, after all, what…

Six stunning SUVs for 2018

There is no stopping the inexorable rise of the SUV. Our desire for a four-wheel drive style vehicle shows no indication of abating, and nor does the desire of car makers to keep on producing them. In a sign that…

New emissions tests come into force

Two new tests for measuring emissions from cars and vans came into force across the European Union at the start of September with the aim to introduce more realistic driving conditions and therefore more accurate results. The previous testing regime,…

Manufacturers announce diesel scrappage schemes

Up to 10 motor manufacturers have launched scrappage schemes for older diesel cars in a bid to remove more polluting vehicles from UK roads. The schemes typically offer significant discounts from the price of new cars if older Euro IV…

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