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Zipcar to target SMEs for growth

Zipcar to target SMEs for growth

| January 8, 2013 | Reply

Pay-as-you-go car and van provider Zipcar has seen a rapid increase in business users over the past year as it targets “inflexible” company car packages. The company, which was recently purchased by car rental giant Avis, says it now intends to increase its focus on the sector in order to help more small and medium-sized [...]

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ALD Automotive appoints new Managing Director

ALD Automotive appoints new Managing Director

| January 7, 2013 | Reply

Top vehicle leasing and fleet management firm ALD Automotive has announced that Mel Dawson has been appointed as its new Managing Director with effect from 1st January 2013. He will report into to ALD International’s Deputy CEO, Tim Albertsen, based in Paris. Dawson joined ALD in 1997 as Commercial Director before being appointed Sales Director [...]

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More than two-thirds of motorists unaware of EU tyre labelling regulation.

More than two-thirds of motorists unaware of EU tyre labelling regulation.

| January 2, 2013 | Reply

More than two-thirds of motorists questioned by Continental said they were not aware of the new EU tyre labelling regulation. The regulation, which came into force from November 1, 2012,  sees tyres rated in three areas: fuel efficiency, wet grip and external noise. Peter Robb, brand manager at Continental tyres, said: “It’s the biggest thing to [...]

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Light commercial sales drop by 2.6%

Light commercial sales drop by 2.6%

| December 20, 2012 | Reply

Registrations of light commercials will show the biggest fall, down by 6.5% in the UK and around 2.6% in Ireland. The picture is different, however, for vehicles over 3.5 tonnes and for heavy trucks and buses. Sales of 16-tonne plus trucks continued to grow strongly throughout the year in both markets, but there was an [...]

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UK firm purchases 100 trucks

UK firm purchases 100 trucks

| December 12, 2012 | Reply

Home delivery company Hermes has bought more than 100 vehicles as part of its fleet replacement and expansion programme. The vehicles include both vans and tractor units to ensure Hermes possesses the necessary transport capacity to handle the growth in volumes. The order includes 86 vans between 7.5 tonnes and 18 tonnes as well as [...]

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Goodyear Dunlop is advising to look beyond the label

Goodyear Dunlop is advising to look beyond the label

| November 30, 2012 | Reply

Goodyear Dunlop is advising commercial vehicle operators to look beyond the new EU label grades when purchasing winter tyres. While fuel efficiency and wet grip, which are shown on the labels, are among the most important performance areas for operators of long haul trucks, they are less relevant in winter conditions. Grip and traction on [...]

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Manganese Bronze taxi steering fault solution found

Manganese Bronze taxi steering fault solution found

| November 23, 2012 | Reply

A solution has been found to a steering fault affecting up to 400 taxis made by Coventry firm LTI, say administrators running the firm. The fault led to the suspension of sales of the vehicles. Work to fix the problem is expected to take a month. LTI’s parent company Manganese Bronze went into administration this [...]

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Renault Trucks – fuel savings win over customers in the UK

Renault Trucks – fuel savings win over customers in the UK

| November 22, 2012 | Reply

After the excellent consumption results achieved with its Renault Premium Long Distance tractor acquired last year, British haulier RL Holding Transport Services Ltd. is adding another Renault Trucks vehicle to its fleet, which already includes around 20 of them. This latest addition is a 26t 460hp Premium Lander 6×2 rear steer rigid fitted with a [...]

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Petrol prices ‘go up like a rocket but come down like a feather,’ AA says

Petrol prices ‘go up like a rocket but come down like a feather,’ AA says

| November 19, 2012 | Reply

The AA has claimed motorists are losing out after falling petrol prices were not passed on to them. Statistics show average petrol prices have gone down from 138.95p a litre in mid October to 135.08p now, with diesel dropping from 143.74p a litre to 141.89p. The fall in wholesale petrol prices across Europe should have [...]

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Toyota issues another massive recall in two months

Toyota issues another massive recall in two months

| November 14, 2012 | Reply

Toyota has announced its second huge recall of vehicles in as many months in a move affecting almost 2.8 million cars world-wide. The company blames problems with steering mechanisms and its hybrid system water pump. The Japanese firm said it was recalling 1.5 million vehicles in Japan, 670,000 in the United States and 496,000 in [...]

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