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Following a long consultation process, the Mayor of London Boris Johnson has confirmed the introduction of the world's first Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) which will launch in Central London in September 2020.
The government has announced that businesses across the country will be able to continue cutting their carbon footprint as the ultra low emission plug-in van grant will be extended.
George Osborne's pre election Budget announcement has revealed a review of driving tests and medical assessments for HGV drivers, which is good news for the Freight Transport Association (FTA).
Part two of GreenFleet’s air quality feature looks at the latest SMMT campaign, and what the industry claims to be doing to address the problem.
Lorries that are not fitted with safety equipment will be banned from the capital as part of Britain’s first Safer Lorry Scheme. GreenFleet reports
Gerry Keaney, chief executive of the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association, discusses how developments in telematics, connected cars and big data will affect the fleet industry
The Motorcycle Industry Association’s Stevie Muir shares the business benefits of having a fleet on two wheels, such as less time on congested roads, cost savings and a reduction in CO2 emissions
The Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association’s chief executive Charlotte Morton examines the role that biomethane can play in reaching the UK’s green transport targets
The annual Geneva motor show opened its doors from 5-15 March, and the 85th running of the event hosted over 130 debuts from the world’s motor manufacturers.
The triple ‘Engine of the Year’ winner has been dropped into the even smaller Transit Courier. Does it add up to an even better package?
The top-selling Vauxhall Corsa has been revitalised with new technology, smart looks and cleaner emissions. Richard Gooding sums up the changes
The new Fiat Panda Cross combines off-road functionality with the practicality of a city car, finds Angela Pisanu