Government crime figures show a spike in vehicle thefts in 2017. Here’s how you can keep your fleet safe.
The Government is changing the way the MOT test works, for safety and environmental reasons. Stay up-to-date with our short guide to the changes.
Daylight savings doesn’t just mean less time in bed and an extra strong coffee in the morning. For the next six days (as the clocks went forward during the night), your driving could be affected too.
After depreciation and fuel, insurance is the biggest element in the total cost of ownership for your fleet. The good news is that it’s a cost you can do quite a bit to manage. We’ve identified the five most important trends set to affect your fleet insurance costs in the coming years.
For many, Christmas involves long car journeys. But winter driving can be dangerous. Plan ahead with our top tips on how to stay safe.
As the temperatures begin to fall, what can you do to stay safe on the roads? Take a look at our Winter Driving Special to find out all you need to know.
When planning a trip, research reveals that drivers regularly check their route and breakdown cover but only 1 in 4 drivers prioritise basic vehicle checks.
Much more than just a source for viral videos, dashcams help motorists to capture, review and analyse either their own or other drivers' performance.
With the clock change on 29.10.17; drivers and other road users need to be especially aware of the risks associated with reduced light and low sun.
For businesses who operate company vehicles dealing with incidents is an unfortunate part of managing a fleet. New research from LeasePlan reveals the days of the week drivers are most likely to have these incidents as well as the industry sectors most in need of risk management programmes.