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More than 250 European towns and cities have already implemented measures to restrict access to their centers, using various procedures. This is an update on these measures, since France has just implemented CRIT’Air, a mandatory sticker, subject to a fine for non-display, which distinguishes vehicles according to their pollution level. Who is affected? What steps should be taken by a fleet manager? Here are the answers to the questions asked.

Anti-pollution stickers: what are the obligations for transporters?
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French presidential elections – what are the candidates’ plans for road transport?

On 23 April and 6 May 2017, French citizens will be called upon to elect their next president. What the eleven candidates proposing for business, and in particular transport?

French presidential elections – what are the candidates’ plans for road transport?
John Kasich, gouverneur de l'Ohio, dans un véhicule autonome d'Otto, la filiale d'Uber, crédit : Sipa.
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Telematics – enabler of development and desirability?

Like the majority of private companies in the sector, some regions are gradually realising the benefit of using telematics in road transport. This is the case in Ohio, where its governor, John Kasich, wants to develop a “Knowledge Belt” to replace the former “Manufacturing Belt” that has now become obsolete.

Telematics – enabler of development and desirability?