Many fleets around the UK are faced with making a decision on the length of their company car replacement cycle. Three years or four years is the usual dilemma and Lex Momentum’s fleet consultant John Webb has been looking at this issue in a little more detail

Electric vehicles could become mainstream as postal giant begins trials with vans

Health care group cuts emissions by 20 per cent making the switch to biodiesel

Despite the summer’s excessive rainfall, many parts of England south of the Humber suffer from various degrees of water-supply stress. This, coupled with cost issues gives fleet managers another good reason to review their current lorry-wash arrangements, says Chris williams

Mark hurst reports on the different fuels available for cleaner transport solutions and asks how easy is it to be a truly green transport/fleet manager?

Chris Chandler of Fleet Audits believes strongly in the benefits of biofuels and its long term potential but warns of its limits, particularly without the right Government incentives

The current habit of purchasing company cars outright for vehicle pool and individual use is denying the small and medium enterprise sector some £2.4 billion in potential investment funds

GreenFuel's  Ingram Legge is familiar with the fleet sector’s apprehension towards alternative fuels, but what does he believe needs to change for this mindset to alter?

Nicolas Finck reports from “EVS22” in Japan where battery powered cars are an everyday sight and air quality is a prevalent issue, thanks to tough diesel regulations

As the government steps up its support for biodiesel we ask environmental scientist Mark Hurst what its use in transport could mean for preventing climate change

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