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BVRLA

Increased uncertainty drives CV operators towards flexible solutions

The BVRLA has today published its 2020 Industry Outlook for Commercial Vehicles report, charting the main challenges faced by the sector and providing insight into

Paragon

Paragon introduces zoning functionality to routing

Paragon Software Systems has introduced a zoning tool in the latest version of its routing and scheduling software. Using Zone Editor, transport operations will now

DAVIS

New licence checking app for DAVIS launched

Licence Check has officially launched a new driver compliance app for its award-winning Driver and Vehicle Information Solution, DAVIS, which has received widespread approval from

used car

2019 ended on a positive note, as used car prices increased

The average price of a used car in December was £13,542 up from £12,976 in December 2018, reveals the Auto Trader Retail Price Index. After

driver training

Fleet Source brings learning to life for driver training

Leading driver training provider, Fleet Source, is set to become the largest independent Virtual Reality (VR) driver training provider in the UK, with a major

CD Auction Group

CD Auction Group predicts fewer vehicle movements

CD Auction claims the remarketing process is changing as fleets and dealers demand fewer vehicle movements for environmental reasons and the need for greater efficiency.

Hertz rolls-out a new approach to repair pricing

Hertz has rolled out new software across the UK and Europe to give customers accurate and transparent pricing for repairs when vehicles are returned. The

rapid charging

BP Chargemaster opens first rapid charging hub on the M6

BP Chargemaster has opened the first public rapid charging hub on the M6 – and the first in the North West of England – is

smart motorways

AA crews instructed not to stop on smart motorways

Following recent media coverage, the AA has confirmed its patrols are told not to stop on smart motorways – but says it is not alone

Fleet Logistics UK calls for clarity over CAFE 2020

Stringent clean air targets for European vehicle manufacturers under the EU’s Clean Air for Europe programme (CAFE) may mean that, following the decision to leave

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