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Troubled Nissan lose their chief executive

Hiroto Saikawa, Nissan’s chief executive, announced that he will step down from his post following a board meeting held on Monday 9th September. Reasons for

Bridgestone reveals ‘Webfleet Solutions’ as the new company name

Following the acquisition of TomTom Telematics by Bridgestone Europe (Bridgestone) on 1 April 2019, Bridgestone has announced that TomTom Telematics’ company name will become Webfleet

Government ‘working to enable advanced trials of self-driving cars’

A ‘pioneering’ new project will help ensure self-driving vehicles are safe and secure before future introduction on UK roads, the Government says. Unveiled on 4

Local councils need powers to stop lorry-mayhem

Local authorities are calling for more powers to help stop lorries causing ‘havoc’ in towns and villages throughout England. The Local Government Association (LGA) says

Smart motorways ‘a risk to life’

Plans to roll-out smart motorways across the country have been dealt a ‘severe blow’, according to a national newspaper. First introduced in 2014, smart motorways

UK 2nd cheapest country in Europe to own an electric vehicle

LeasePlan has released its annual Car Cost Index, with the latest analysis revealing that compared to 2018, there has been a sharp decline in the

HB Commercial grows again with new trailers from Krone

HB Commercial, the vehicle service, parts, rentals and sales group have added a further consignment of Krone Box Liner container carriers to their rental fleet

Hidden dangers on city streets

Ford Mobility in Europe has been employing big data analytics combined with detailed on-site observations to discover where – and why – some stretches of

Drivers want technicians to come to them in case of a recall

The AA’s Business Services team is calling for radical change when it comes to solving the outstanding vehicle recall challenge. AA Populus Driver Panel data

SWARCO eVolt secures Engenie order at Cenex LCV

SWARCO eVolt, the award-winning Electric Vehicle (EV) charging business, has announced the first order from electric vehicle (EV) charging network Engenie for 150kW ultra-rapid charging points intended

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