Fleet News

Nissan Appoint New Head of Leasing

Michael Stewart has been appointed as the new head of leasing for Nissan. His new role will involve building relationships with leasing companies in the UK and to help grow the company's market share in the fleet sector. Speaking about his new position, Stewart said -...

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Used Car Prices Drop in Q2

Data from online remarketing platform, Autorola shows that the average price of used cars sold through their website fell by £394 in the second quarter of 2017 to £9,237. This comes after the record-breaking numbers of the first quarter of the year, when the average...

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Allied Bakeries and Michelin Continue Their Contract

Allied Bakeries has chosen to extend its contract with Michelin to supply tyres for its fleet of trucks for the next three years. Allied Bakeries has a fleet in excess of 940 trucks and trailers and Michelin will continue to supply their tyres for all of them for the...

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Companies Eligible to Register for Road Safety Week

Companies are now eligible to register for Road Safety Week 2017, which takes place later this year from November 20th to 26th The event, which is organised by UK road charity, Brake aims to educate road users, companies and their employees about the importance of...

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Skoda Launches Kodiaq SE Technology

Skoda has recently launched the Kodiaq SE Technology - a more business-focused version of its popular model. The new version features a 2 litre 150PS diesel engine as well as a DSG gearbox and is priced at £26,860. The greater fuel efficiency as well as low SMR costs...

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The Impact of Connected Cars on Leasing Companies

There is massive change being seen in the automotive industry right now. In addition to the on-going testing of self-driving cars in real traffic conditions, there is also huge growth in the number of connected cars on roads. Data shows that in 2014, less than a...

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RAC Releases Motoring Manifesto

The RAC has released a motoring manifesto that outlines the changes the company would like to see under the next party that comes to power in the UK. Among the things the RAC would like to see include an air quality plan that puts an emphasis on buses, taxis and vans,...

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New Distributor for Peugeot and Citroen in Australia

PSA - the parent company of Peugeot and Citroen, has a new distributor in Australia in the form of Inchcape. Inchcape will support both brands in Australia and already has experience distributing major brands thanks to its association with Subaru. Inchcape had...

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