Motul racing

Published:  02 August, 2021

Motul was full throttle at Silverstone Classic this weekend, with the start of its new multi-year partnership with the event, new product launches and more 


Decarbonisation: The sector has its say

Published:  20 July, 2021

Plans to decarbonise road transport by 2050 met a mixed response from the automotive sector when the government laid out its strategy recently 


Part worn tyres: False economy

Published:  05 July, 2021

 With financial uncertainty all around, will motorists short-change themselves by opting for part worn tyres? We hope not after this investigation.


Budget 2021: UK automotive sector reacts

Published:  03 March, 2021

After a rollercoaster year resulting from COVID-19, the automotive sector responded to Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s choices on how to stimulate the economy 


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Coronavirus: The view from the workshop - part two

Published:  03 June, 2020

We continue to speak to garages right across the UK about how they are reacting to the COVID-19 situation


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Coronavirus: The view from the workshop

Published:  07 May, 2020

Garages across the UK are having to consider how to approach Covis-19 as the situation unfolds


Morris Lubricants: New hand sanitiser helps in fight against COVID-19

Published:  22 April, 2020

 As part of the national effort to prevent the spread of coronavirus, Morris Lubricants has pledged to manufacture, bottle and distribute tens of thousands of litres of hand sanitiser using a World Health Organisation approved formula.


Smart move trial highlights potential for electric vehicles within UK fleets

2011 marked the introduction of a new generation of refined and reliable EVs into the UK from mainstream automotive manufacturers. Combined with UK government grants for both car and van purchase and the creation of charging infrastructure, the momentum for plug-in vehicles will continue to grow as a range of new models are set for release.


Smart move trial highlights potential for electric vehicles within UK fleets

2011 marked the introduction of a new generation of refined and reliable EVs into the UK from mainstream automotive manufacturers. Combined with UK government grants for both car and van purchase and the creation of charging infrastructure, the momentum for plug-in vehicles will continue to grow as a range of new models are set for release.


Robert Evans highlights the potential of biomethane to cut greenhouse gas emissions

Uniquely positioned between the technology provider and fleet user community, Cenex is always interested in ways low carbon vehicles can deliver real-world benefits. For example recently we were part of a major trial with Leeds City Council that involved the powering of refuse collection vehicles (RCVs) using biomethane fuel. The findings revealed that using biomethane can deliver both greatly reduced greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and cost savings for UK local authorities.


Robert Evans highlights the potential of biomethane to cut greenhouse gas emissions

Robert Evans _ Cenex.

Uniquely positioned between the technology provider and fleet user community, Cenex is always interested in ways low carbon vehicles can deliver real-world benefits. For example recently we were part of a major trial with Leeds City Council that involved the powering of refuse collection vehicles (RCVs) using biomethane fuel. The findings revealed that using biomethane can deliver both greatly reduced greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and cost savings for UK local authorities.





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