Old London buses retrofitted with green technology

The Mayor and Transport for London (TfL) have completed the world's largest retrofit programme of over 1,000 older buses to reduce harmful NOx emissions and improve air quality in the capital.

Online driving licence checking service launched

ACFO and the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) have announced that employers are to be able to check the validity of employees’ driving licences via a soon-to-be-launched online service which will be provided free of charge.

Government to electrify its own fleet

The government is set to introduce electric and other plug in vehicles to its fleet, as part of a £5 million ultra low emission vehicle (ULEV) readiness project.


Championing fleet needs

Arcadia Group’s fleet and travel manager John Pryor has assumed the role of new ACFO chairman. He shares his thoughts on how the role of fleet manager is evolving.

Fleets in the smartphone era

Mobile technology has now become the catalyst for change in the fleet and automotive sector, argues 
the Mobile Data Association’s (MDA) Steve Reynolds

Driver CPC: looking beyond the deadline

As the deadline draws closer for LGV drivers to complete their Driver CPC training, Dr Ross Moloney of Skills for Logistics assesses the situation and looks beyond the 10 September 

Making the case for efficient motoring skills

Ebba Nyberg of the Institute of Advanced Motorists explains how to drive greener and safer

Long-standing environmental pioneers

GreenFleet talks to Sebastiano Fedrigo, Fiat Professional’s director (UK and Ireland) about the company’s growth in the fleet market and its long history of pioneering low-emission vehicles

Fleet purchasing explained

There are many aspects that should be considered if a long-term efficient fleet is to be run. Geoffrey Bray, chairman of the Fleet Industry Advisory Group, shares some procurement best practice


Blue Drive thinking

With European looks, a well-appointed cabin and a fuel-sipping appetite, the Hyundai i30 no longer plays catch-up with the competition

A Capable Combination

Toyota’s Yaris was the first small car range in Europe to feature full hybrid technology. Richard Gooding finds out if it offers much benefit over conventional petrol superminis

zero-emission van

Following on from the success of the Leaf, Nissan has released an electric version of its NV200 small van, and has already seen some significant business orders. Angela Pisanu takes it for a drive on the streets of Barcelona.


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