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6th - 7th October 2020
NEC, Birmingham

News & Insight

Coronavirus: Impact on Company Car and Van Operations Revealed

In a survey of fleet decision-makers, conducted after the lockdown was implemented on Monday, March 23
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Coronavirus: The Changing Face of Fleet

A collection of positive stories and insights into how the industry is adapting in the crisis, keeping essential fleets moving and leading with innovation
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Fleet & Mobility - Ready for Business

Fleet & Mobility LIVE: Ready for Business

The UK’s most influential fleet event is back with a new name, new theatre sessions and two days of packed content to help set the agenda across the industry.
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Maxus vans

Maxus to show off new Deliver 9 and E Deliver 3 vans at Fleet & Mobility Live 2020

The newly rebranded Maxus, formerly LDV, will have its Deliver 9 and E Deliver 3 vans on show at Fleet & Mobility Live this year.
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Signs activated by air pollution to go on trial

Vehicles will be diverted away from pollution hotspots by signs that react in real-time to increases in harmful emissions...
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Coronavirus: Lockdown advice for employers and business

New stricter measures aimed at tackling the spread of coronavirus have been introduced, which include a ban of public gatherings of more than two people...
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Coronavirus: Congestion charge and ULEZ suspended

All road-user charges will be suspended in the capital from today (Monday, March 23) until further notice, Transport for London (TfL) has announced.
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Budget 2020: Plug-in grant for electric vehicles cut

The plug-in grant for certain electric vehicles (EVs) has been cut with immediate effect, after funding was secured for another three years...
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Touchscreens have worse effect on driving than alcohol or drugs

A new study has revealed that in-vehicle infotainment systems are impairing reactions times behind the wheel more than alcohol and cannabis use
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Coronavirus: New MOT advice gives fleets six-month extension

Drivers will be granted a six-month exemption from MOT testing, allowing people to carry on with essential travel.
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