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Christina Calderato, Head of Transport Strategy and Planning at Transport for London writes to inform members of the where, when, and why of the ULEZ expansion from this October.
Kenneth Malmberg, Senior Director, Market Development and Alliances at Ridecell EMEA GmbH looks at automotive and mobility changes that have been accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic and consequent shift in consumer mindset.
Giles Benbow, Head of Fleet Transition at Mer, looks at the challenges and opportunities facing fleet managers as they gear up to switch to electric vehicles ahead of the Government's accelerated deadline on a ban on ICE sales.
Rivervale’s Chief Operating Officer, Vince Pemberton looks at adding value and using innovation to encourage the switch to electric.
Martyn Nash, Chairman of vGI Holdings Ltd explores the duty of care employers have for staff both on the road and working from home.
Toby Kernon, CEO of Wagonex explores some of the benefits and flexibility of vehicle subscription services and the shift in consumer behaviour.
Thomas McLennan, BVRLA’s Head of Policy & Public Affairs provides an insight into the upcoming LIBOR transition.
Gary Billingham from fraud prevention organisation, Cifas, explains how a fraud ring used identity fraud across multiple services to obtain leased and rental vehicles. In his blog he provides tips to help organisations protect their vehicle assets.
Rachel Clift, Health & Wellbeing Director at Ben, the automotive industry charity that provides support for life through its free and confidential online self-help, helpline and support services, shines a light on depression and mental health and the help available.
Martyn Collins, Editor of EV Fleet World digital magazine, looks at the impact to fleets following the announcement of the 2030 petrol and diesel car ban.
As the year ends, BVRLA Chief Executive Gerry Keaney looks back on 2020 with all its change and challenges and looks ahead to priorities for 2021.