Which way now for fleet vehicles – EVs or hydrogen-powered conventional vehicles? This could soon become the choice as pressure builds on fleet operators to reduce carbon emissions.
The danger of being over the legal alcohol limit in the morning after drinking the night before has been highlighted by a UK fleet operator.
Van drivers are 142% more likely to crash while reversing than other drivers.
Sixty-six per cent of fleet operators believe fines for texting while driving should be increased, a poll by quotingbusiness.co.uk has shown.
The government has announced additional support for electric vehicle drivers to recharge their vehicles at home.
The AA has backed TrackCompare.co.uk’s call for fuel retailers to cut the price of diesel at the pumps.
Almost 30% of fleet operators eat and drink while driving, even though it is almost as dangerous as using a hands-free or handheld mobile phone and greatly increases the risk of being in or causing a collision.
Texting while driving is far more dangerous than driving after a couple of drinks.
Two polls – with exactly the same result – have confirmed that most fleet operators oppose government plans to increase the maximum fine for speeding to £10,000.
On Friday, the Consumers’ Association, better known as Which?, announced the UK’s best motorway service stations for 2014.