Fleets Warned of New Cross-Border Action on Driving Offenses
Fleets are being warned of new pan-European legislation that means drivers breaking traffic laws outside their home country will soon be able to be dealt with.
Australian Fleets, Road Safety at Risk, Says AfMA
Ninety percent of fleets surveyed by AfMA say government’s proposed Fringe Benefit Tax changes would adversely affect their organization.
Brits to Add Gas-Electric Option to Two Range Rover Models
Apparently, when the folks at Land Rover buy into something they do it in a big way. And so, when they shine they roll onto the stage at the Frankfurt Motor Show next month they’ll be revealing not just one but two new hybrid models.
Saab Gets Ready to Restart Production
Saab’s new owner is seeking to restart production at the automaker’s mothballed factory in Sweden later this year. The Saab plant in Trollhattan is “practically ready” to begin building the 9–3 midsized car, said Mikael Oestlund, a spokesman for National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS).
New Volkswagen Golf R — More Powerful and More Fuel-Efficient
While American motorists will still have to wait awhile to see even the base version of the new Volkswagen Golf reach showrooms, VW is already offering us a look at the next-generation Golf R performance model. Already on sale in Europe, the seventh-generation Golf has been generating quite a bit of buzz with its new lightweight platform and features.