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future of mobility

Global Mobility Study

Written by | Posted on 16.07.2015

Last year LeasePlan enlisted the help of TNS to survey over 3300 drivers of lease vehicles across 20 countries to better understand global driver behaviour and to identify trends in the future of mobility.

The Apple Car

Written by | Posted on 27.02.2015

There have been fairly credible reports this week that Apple is working on a secret project to design a car.

A new roadmap for the future

Written by | Posted on 03.02.2015

LeasePlan UK Managing Director Matthew Dyer on the roadmap for the future of driving.

Should we invest in new roads?

Written by | Posted on 27.11.2014

The case against new roads. Will anyone use them, who'll pay for them, and should we fix the ones we've got first?

The future of transportation, South Park style

Written by | Posted on 21.11.2014

Until one technology emerges triumphant, as fossil-fuelled cars did in the Twentieth Century, the future of transportation will resemble a scene from South Park's wacky race.

As Boris gets grilled, we fire up The Great Diesel Debate

Written by | Posted on 10.09.2014

We’ve invited two guest writers to make the case for and against diesel vehicles. Today, Mark Simpson makes the case against tomorrow, Nick Gibbs for them.

Thousands banned before passing test

Written by | Posted on 06.08.2014

Figures from the Sunday Times reveal that 16,000 provisional licence holders have been banned before passing their test - but it may not be as bad as it looks.

One way to reduce car use? Fill your city with traffic

Written by | Posted on 30.07.2014

A city which always makes it into the lists of the worst places to drive is New York City. And it is, probably not coincidentally, the only major city in North America where more than half of households do not own a car.

Let the robot drive

Written by | Posted on 16.07.2014

Everything is automated, electrified and app-ified to the point where, you can forget the horseless carriage. The driverless car is where it’s at.

Giving up the ghost

Written by | Posted on 07.07.2014

Even if you’ve only come across Ghost Rider in those two crazily awful (and awfully crazy) Nic Cage movies, you probably know...