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Recent Posts from Eleonora Malacarne:

Translator, linguist, blogger, multilingual content manager, SEO copywriter and content creator, digital marketer and language consultant with extensive experience in tourism, telematics and in the translation and localisation industry.

Will speed cameras also check tax, insurance and MOT?

Posted by Eleonora Malacarne on 13 April 2022 09:00:00 BST

The overwhelming majority of UK motorists support the use of safety camera technology to check for insurance, MOT and road tax offences, claims IAM RoadSmart.

Research conducted by the road safety charity for its annual Safety Culture Report, revealed that almost nine in 10 (89%) motorists support the idea of safety cameras being used to spot those who flout the rules.

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Categories: Road Safety, News, Stats & Facts, fleet safety


New issues for vehicle supply

Posted by Eleonora Malacarne on 06 April 2022 09:00:00 BST

New vehicle supply is facing further “headwinds”, despite healthy order banks ahead of the March plate change, says Cox Automotive.

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Categories: News, Stats & Facts


LCV registrations 6% down in February 2022

Posted by Eleonora Malacarne on 30 March 2022 09:00:00 BST

Sales of new vans and pick-ups were down by 6% in February, as the commercial vehicle sector continued to feel the effect of the semiconductor shortage.

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Categories: Fleet Management, News, Stats & Facts


Ukraine war urging Mini to stop fuel production and fuel prices increase

Posted by Eleonora Malacarne on 23 March 2022 09:00:00 GMT

The war in Ukraine is continuing to drive pump prices higher and has halted car production at the Mini factory in Oxford.

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Categories: Fuel Economy, Fuel, News, Stats & Facts


Why does an accurate incident report process work miracles for your fleet?

Posted by Eleonora Malacarne on 18 March 2022 10:00:00 GMT

When we talk about being predictive and proactive in your fleet strategy, we also talk about incidents. Though not all incidents are evitable, a great number of them can be avoided with the correct processes, training, and preparation in place. Having a sound incident report process helps fleets prevent serious issues such as collisions or injuries. Documenting particular driving events, even if they have not triggered a crash, can indeed do a lot for the health of your fleet. Every incident matters.

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Categories: Fleet Management, fleet incidents, fleet safety


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