Hydrogen powered vehicles are expected to become a common sight on UK roads over the next few years, it is claimed. A report produced by the UKH2Mobility project predicts more than one and a half million such vehicles will be in use across the country by 2030.
One in every three cars being sold in the UK in 2015 will create less than 100g/km of CO2 pollution, an automotive company has claimed. Technological advances might cut motorist fuel bills by as much as a fifth, according to Bosch.
The wraps have been taken off Ford's new compact Transit Courier van. Designed to be suitable for lighter payloads and local deliveries, the Courier will provide the new entry point to Ford's Transit range.
Companies are being urged to act now to update their fleets with the new low emission Mazda6 before corporation tax changes kick in next month. The new Mazda6 range features low emission rates and deals made before April 1 this year will still qualify for a 100 per cent writing down allowance for fleets.
Volvo has announced plans to improve its services for chauffeurs, following widespread criticism of its current professional driver packages.
Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust will be the first in the country to trial a revolutionary extended-range electric vehicle.
Kia's new three-door Pro Cee'd hatchback has gone on sale to British motorists, with prices starting at £17,495, and is tipped to become an attractive option for companies.
Fleet operators can now get better feedback on how their vehicles are being driven, thanks to an update to Trakm8's EcoN fuel saver vehicle tracking product. The new features mean drivers and fleet operators can look at driving behaviour in their vehicles.
BusinessCar editor Paul Barker feels Ford's double triumph in the magazine's 2013 awards is testament to the excellent service it provides to the business car community.
Nissan's new e-NV200 electric van (EV) has received positive feedback from the fleet industry during recent trials.
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