Category : Features
Companies running global fleets, or expecting staff to drive abroad on business, need to have driver training programmes in place to safeguard employees, be socially responsible and drive down costs. Curtis Hutchinson reports.
A recent report by Arthur D. Little found cities still need to work intensively on improvements to their mobility systems. Francois-Joseph Van Audenhove, partner at the firm, looks at the findings.
Thomas Andresen, Autorola Italy’s country manager, says growing new car sales give a false picture of the country’s automotive industry.
Dick Dennis, Autorola USA’s country manager, shares his thoughts on how the American markets for new and used car and light trucks are faring under the Trump administration.
The global rollout of OnStar has changed the way fleet drivers can interact with their vehicles and how managers can extend their duty of care. Curtis Hutchinson asks what’s next for the telematics offering.
New technology is driving collision repair costs upwards. Dave Moss finds out why and what can be done to stop the trend.
A fleet manager’s main concern is typically the vehicle, but what about the driver? Klaus Allion, managing director at ANT Telecom, warns not to underestimate health and wellbeing of those behind the wheel.
France is beginning to change its mindset to online selling, says Autorola France country manager Pierre Emmanuel Beau.
Dieter Fess analyses the resale value of Land Rover’s seven-seat family SUV Discovery.
The past few years have seen huge advances in autonomous vehicles. Trials of wireless trucks travelling in convoy across Europe have been a success, and manufacturers like Mercedes-Benz are creating concept commercial vehicles such …
Alfredo Hernandez, country director for Autorola Mexico reveals how the new and used car markets continue to grow amid changing car procurement trends.
Craig Thomas looks at plans by car manufacturers to collaborate on a pan-European EV charging network.
The latest vehicle to fall under the resale spotlight is the Hyundai i30. Dominic Galati passes judgement on the Korean C-segment contender.
In the first of a new series, Maarten Baljet looks at how popular fleet cars are when it comes to resale.
Autorola Belux director Erwin Coesens discusses the end of a love affair with diesel – and why fleets are moving to a one-stop shop approach.
Zijad Halilovic from Autorola Netherlands explains how government legislation on new cars has caused instability in the country’s used car market.
International Fleet World’s round-up of the most important headlines from the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Autorola’s Brian Madsen Scandinavian brief extends to Finland. He explains how the country is looking to replicate Norway and increase its EV sales.
In the first in a series of exclusive surveys, Shell and International Fleet World questioned 231 fleet executives about their attitudes to a host of fleet industry topics including alternative fuels, future mobility and …
Mercedes-Benz has taken the covers off its all-new 4×4 double cab pick-up, the X-Class, and it goes on sale in the UK this November with customer deliveries starting in early 2018. Continuing Merc’s already …
Autorola Brazil – through its online inspection and remarketing portal – is helping combat corruption, says country manager Marly Fialho Kierulf.
Recent tax increases in Turkey have affected both the new and used markets. Autorola Turkey’s country manager Oguzhan Saygi looks at the impact of these taxes and outlines the country’s very first used car …
Unveiled in Berlin, the latest iteration of the Polo takes a step up in space and technology, as Alex Grant explains.
Nine years after the original XC60 was introduced, Volvo has high hopes for its replacement. John Challen takes a look around the mid-size SUV.
ALD is revising how it carries out its business and its Innovation Lab is key to the changes, as John Kendall found out.
A look at the top 10 highlights for fleets at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.
Telematics systems have been much more successful with truck fleets than among car fleets. What could car fleets learn? Steve Banner reports.
A resolution adopted by the UN General Assembly earlier this year seems set to raise the standards under which fleet vehicles are driven, operated and managed around the world, reports Dave Moss.
Portugal is the western-most country in Europe, a south-western portion of the Iberian Peninsula. It is far smaller than its neighbour Spain, but both countries are home to a number of automotive manufacturers and …