New apps are giving fleet managers of light commercial vehicles the tools to verify the road worthiness of their vehicles on a daily basis, explained at Fleet Live
Sales of new vans may be down, but that spells good news for sellers of used vehicles. By Dean Bowkett
With so many imponderables facing fleet decision-makers it’s hardly surprising sales of new vans are softening and interest in the used market is on the increase . By Dean Bowkett
By Chris Sykes, national sales manager Moneybarn
By Steve Botfield senior editor of commercial vehicles and motorcycles at Cap HPI
Air quality zones start to influence used van demand as rising rental stock boosts prices. By Dean Bowkett
Legislators’ bid to nudge drivers of older vans to move to cleaner diesels appears to have backfired. By Dean Bowkett
City Auction Group has just announced 10 new nationwide defleet centres for LCVs to complement its remarketing hubs at Rockingham and Belfast.
February is usually one of the quietest months for sales, but this year the picture looks different. Dean Bowkett reports.
City Auction Group will hold its ‘first’ Rockingham-based LCV auction show on April 24, with over 100 vans currently allocated.
Prices rise claim auction houses, but trade guides report declines, Dean Bowkett discovers.
Cable and Splicing Services (CASS) has partnered with The Driving Doctor to improve the safety and behaviour of its LCV drivers.
Christmas is just a few days away, but for several weeks now its impact has been felt in the used light commercial vehicle (LCV) market, Dean Bowkett reports.
This month's remarketing insight shows that the retail and construction sectors have boosted the LCV demand, Dean Bowkett reports.
Approach of Christmas is expected to boost LCV sales as home deliveries demand increases, Dean Bowkett reports.
BCA has reported that average used light commercial vehicle (LCV) values in the fleet and lease sector climbed to a record level in September.