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In our latest Industry Insights video, Beverley Wise, Sales Director UK & Ireland at Webfleet Solutions, talks to BVRLA’s Public Affairs Manager Rachael Hewish about government targets, the role of telematics in the transition to electric vehicles (EVs) and the challenges of business recovery.
There are challenges around the total cost of ownership says Beverly Wise of Webfleet Solutions, and more fleet insight
Beverley Wise, Sales Director UK & Ireland at Webfleet Solutons talks to BVRLA Public Affairs Manager, Rachael Hewish about latest government targets, the role of telematics, transition to electric vehicles and business recovery, in this 25-minute interview
Extracting information from remote vehicle and providing the business with insight is key to maximising fleet uptime says Chris Horbowyj, Trakm8
Chris Horbowyj, Channels Sales Director at Trakm8 talks to BVRLA Senior Policy Advisor, Catherine Bowen about key trends across the Trakm8 telematics network and the key benefits of using telematics to assist with the management of fleets in this 12-minute interview.
Zenzic (formerly Meridian) has updated its UK Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) Roadmap to 2030, having received input from 117 'CAM Creators' from across the UK.
The European Commission is seeking views from industry stakeholders as part of a review of the competition framework for the automotive sector.
The BVRLA Position Papers outline the association’s views, objectives and engagement activity relating to key policy areas affecting the industry.
The Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV) and Connected Places Catapult have recently published a report on Unlocking the benefits of in-vehicle data.
The BVRLA is urging companies to review their fleet policies now as a continued shortage of reliable data threatens to disrupt the move to a new VED and Company Car Tax regime in April.
Wendy Williamson, chief executive of the Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) joins the BVRLA blog community to look at the challenge of fair competition and the motorist’s right to a variety of service maintenance options.
Wendy Williamson, chief executive of the Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) looks at the challenge of allowing fair competition in a technological era and the motorist’s right to have the choice of where they take their vehicle to have it repaired or serviced.
The BVRLA is hosting its first ever Future Mobility Congress in Birmingham later this week, with over 140 senior delegates from the rental, leasing and fleet sectors registered to attend.