A “strong argument” exists for fleets to continue car and van MOT tests during the current six-month suspension in order to ensure safety, says FleetCheck. The fleet management software specialist says that at the start of the lockdown period, it looked as though not enough MOT testing stations would remain open for widespread testing to be possible but that the emerging picture has been different. Peter Golding, managing director at FleetCheck, said: “When the six-month
Company car and van drivers should be warned to take extra care on the roads as reports of “extreme” speeding persisted over the weekend, says FleetCheck. Police tweeted details of incidents including a 151mph chase on the M1 and said that there had been several other instances, highlighting a case of 97mph in a 40mph zone on the A10. Peter Golding, managing director at FleetCheck, said: “We’ve been hearing anecdotal reports of extreme speeding and
The first six in a new series of coronavirus video guides called the COVID-19 Transport Toolkit produced by FleetCheck and Driving for Better Business have now been made available. The initial titles are Essential Drivers, Non-Essential Drivers, Business Support, Vehicle Maintenance, Fleet Administration and Housekeeping and The Return to Normal. Each lasts less than 10 minutes and is designed to give an overview of the many challenges fleets will be facing both now and over
An acceleration in fleet safety checks has seen FleetCheck’s Vehicle Inspection App accelerate past the three million milestone in the last week. The app was introduced in April, 2017 and took until earlier this year to clock up two million checks, but has passed an additional million in a matter of weeks. Peter Golding, managing director at FleetCheck, said: “We’ve seen an explosion in checks over the last few weeks. Part of this is because