Transport for the North’s draft Strategic Transport Plan has been launched, outlining how transport connections across the North of England need to be transformed by 2050 to support growth.
CD Auction Group is the first remarketing firm to join ICFM’s Corporate Investor Programme. The auctioneer joins firms such as Ambit, Auto Windscreens, Geotab, Michelin, SG Fleet and Thrifty Car & Van Rental, in supporting the progromme.
CGON, the fuel enhancement tech firm, have their sights set on the 100,000 motorists whose cars fail their MoT every month on emissions alone, with an expansion of its UK installer network to over 400 MoT centres.
Israeli accident prevention company, Autotalks, has warned that lack of coordination between autonomous vehicles and manned vehicles could fail the driverless car vision. Hagai Zyss, CEO of Autotalks, spoke at the Automobili-D show in Detroit on January 17th under the title “Driving the Future of Connected Vehicles”.
Cox Automotive, who operate Manheim, Dealer Auction, and motors.co.uk, has predicted a Q1 2018 spike in demand and prices for used cars.
The Vehicle Remarketing Association’s first meeting of 2018 will have a hydrogen car market theme, with developments in hydrogen technology, availability of cars and likely sales.
Pagid is celebrating the retention of its leading market share in the UK brake market in 2017. The firm attributes its success to continued research and development, testing and innovation, with its owner TMD investing over €25million per annum in R&D.
4×4 Magazine has assessed 90 vehicles assessed across seven categories, and declared the SsangyYong Rexton to be its 4×4 of the Year 2018.
LeasePlan’s has drawn attention to its first annual Sustainable Fleet Benchmark with the claim that the fleets operated by organisations attending the World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting in Davos, could save 3m tonnes of CO2 emissions if they were switched over to low-emission vehicles.
British Car Auctions (BCA) has reported a fourth consecutive month of record values in December 2017 with average used car values up by £465 against November.