Local authorities can set the standard for the electric revolution

Poppy Welch looks at the role of local authorities in setting a green driving agenda and the schemes available to councils across England

Driving towards a greener fleet future

Dundee has been described as ‘leading the way’ with its electrical vehicle infrastructure making it one of the most EV-friendly places in the UK. Rebecca Wallace explains why

Flying the flag for cleaner fleets

GB details the top 10 local authorities who are making great strides to lower their carbon footprint by slim-lining and greening their fleets

Employers must harvest data from vehicles

On board telematics can play a significant role in keeping driving costs in check, says Geoffrey Bray, chairman of the FIAG

Are you ready to lead the ULEV charge?

With UK ULEV registrations topping 100,000, perhaps now is the best time for public fleets to take the plunge, says Andy Eastlake

How the public sector can tackle the Grey Fleet

Gerry Keaney addresses the costly state of grey fleet management, looking at how best to reduce environmental damage and unnecessary milage

For the leasing sector, the end of contract process is a vital part of winning the customer retention battle. Gerry Keaney of the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association explains why.

John Pryor of ACFO examines what to consider when looking at buying low-emission and alternatively-fuelled vehicles, using whole-life costs as the basis of good selection and value.

The whole life cost of fleet management

Cost remains the key issue for fleet decision-makers, so using whole-life costs as the basis to select new vehicles is crucial, alongside assessing whether they are fit-for purpose. ACFO’s John Pryor examines what to consider when looking at buying low-emission and alternatively-fuelled vehicles.

Geoffrey Bray, chairman of the Fleet Industry Advisory Group, explains that company car selection is critical in the public sector focus on cost management.

While the low carbon and low emission car market has seen rapid progress and developments, the commercial vehicle sector hasn’t enjoyed the same growth. The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership looks at the obstacles in the way of greener commercial vehicles.

Cost is key for fleet decision-makers, so using whole-life costs as the basis to select new vehicles is crucial, alongside assessing whether they are fit-for purpose. ACFO’s John Pryor examines what to consider when looking at buying low-emission and alternatively-fuelled vehicles

One third of councils across the UK have at least one electric vehicle on its fleet, according to a new study. But which councils have the most? Scotland takes the lead with Dundee City Council in the top spot, and three other Scottish councils in the top five

The answer to costly fuel bills is not just in fuel-efficient cars – it’s in the person behind the wheel. Ebba Nyberg of the Institute of Advanced Motorists explains how to drive both greener and safer

In-vehicle telematics technology can give organisations the vital ‘inside’ information they need to streamline fleet operations, explains Geoffrey Bray, chairman of the Fleet Industry Advisory Group explores how

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