8-9 October 2024
NEC, Birmingham


Think you know your stopping distances? Visit driving for better business at Fleet & Mobility Live this year!

If you run a fleet, you’ll be aware that stopping distances will change depending on vehicle load, road condition, tyres and the fitness of the driver....
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EV Café

EV Café confirmed for 2021

The EV Café, the expert team of industry leaders, will be on hand to provide tips and advice on making the switch to zero emissions.
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Driver shortage crisis under the spotlight

The UK has always had problems attracting and retaining professional drivers to the haulage industry, but a perfect storm exacerbated by the Covid19 pandemic...
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Fleet News June 2021 Digital Issue

'Fleet Live 2021: First details revealed', 'ABB UK commits to an all electric fleet by 2025', 'Birmingham CAZ live, London's expanded ULEZ', and much more...
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Baroness Vere

'Fleet industry vital to our response to Covid' - Baroness Vere

Fleet manufacturers, suppliers and operators have been "absolutely vital in our response to Covid", said Baroness Vere at Virtual Fleet & Mobility Live.
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TRL urges fleets to address driver wellbeing amid Covid-19

Driver wellbeing is ‘in the spotlight’ due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and needs addressing, says Rosie Sharp, behavioural sciences researcher at TRL.
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Fleets need more focus on driver wellbeing, says Altrad Services

More emphasis on the mental health and wellbeing of drivers can be key to safety and risk management within a fleet, says Matt Hammond.
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Fleet industry needs to play a role in facilitating MaaS, says Leaseurope

Fleet managers must consider multi-modal transport solutions to facilitate corporate mobility as a service (MaaS) adoption, says Leaseurope.
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Trakm8, Fleet & Mobility Live

Visit Trakm8 at Fleet & Mobility Live for your chance to WIN an iPad

Trakm8 will be running an exclusive competition for Fleet Mobility Live attendees.
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Direct Vision Standard warning for fleets from TfL

Transport for London (TfL) is urging fleet managers to “not get caught out” by the introduction of the Direct Vision Standard (DVS), in March 2021.
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