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The government will conduct a review next year to ensure that the legislative and regulatory framework is in place for driverless vehicles to be incorporated on Britain's roads
From October 2014 motorists will no longer have to display their road tax disc in the windscreen of their vehicles.
British Gas is piloting 28 Nissan e-NV200 vans throughout the winter to determine the future viability of 100% electric vehicle technology as part of its 13,000 home service vans fleet.
The 43rd Tokyo Motor Show was awash with green technology vehicles, from conventionally-powered production cars, to the latest electric, hybrid and fuel cell concepts
Christmas is often the busiest time of the year for logistics providers, so how can their Christmas operations be greener?
2014 is set to be an exciting year for new eco-vehicle launches, with more manufacturers adding electric or hybrids to their range, and fine-tuning conventional engines for even lower emissions
The winners of this year’s GreenFleet Awards, are testament to the dedication that companies, manufacturers and fleet operators put into minimising the carbon impact of their vehicles and fleets
Last year, the Energy Saving Trust (EST) worked with 20 organisations to find out if and how electric vehicles could be incorporated into their fleets. So what happened next?
Van operators attending the FTA Van Excellence conference in Dunblane in October were given a wake-up call from VOSA’s David Wood.
Roland Rendell is impressed by the real-world fuel-economy achieved in the Citroën C4 Picasso
With lowest-ever emissions thanks to fuel-saving and environmental technologies, Volkswagen’s Golf BlueMotion has been reborn. Richard Gooding takes a closer look
With emissions of just 88g/km, Vauxhall’s Corsa 1.3 CDTi ecoFLEX is one of the greenest superminis on the market. Richard Gooding gets in its groove