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The Department for Transport (DfT) has indicated that it will enable the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) to access MOT test fee income to help pay for enforcement on large vans – but … Read More »
Matrix Plastic has deployed a Mercedes-Benz X-Class alongside its existing pick-up fleet.
Training provider Fleet Source has augmented its Terrorism Risk and Incident Prevention (TRIP) suite of products and training services with new policy and procedure packs.
Bournville Village Trust, one of the oldest housing associations in the UK, has updated its service and maintenance fleet with a delivery of 36 Volkswagen Transporters.
Thrive Homes, a Hertfordshire-based housing association, has deployed a fleet of LCVs liveried by Sign Language.
North West Roofing Supplies has taken delivery of four brand-new Isuzus some 14 years after taking its first nearly-new W reg Isuzu 7.5-tonne truck.
Lightfoot Elite drivers now have the chance to win £5 every week during 2018 under a new initiative.
Van drivers could get up to £8,500 towards a brand-new LDV V80 under the firm’s scrappage scheme.
Commercial vehicle fleets have ultra low emission vehicles firmly in their radar, new research by Paragon Software Systems suggests.
Mitsubishi has increased the maximum towing capacity for its L200 pickup.
Isotrak and Verilocation are to gain integrated breathalyser immobilisation systems with the group’s acquisition of Alcolock GB Ltd.
A new cargo bike delivery scheme has launched in the City of London to provide an alternative to diesel vans for local businesses.
Contradicting the LCV market decline of 3.6% according to latest SMMT figures, CoolKit’s vehicle conversion revenues grew 21% in 2017.
Fridge van fleets are being urged to take action now to ensure vehicles are Euro 6 compliant – or face big bills when London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone kicks in.
Used commercial vehicle demand is set to remain strong in 2018, according to experts at Cap HPI, following a fall in new registrations in 2017 for the first time since 2011-12.
Conversion specialist Ingimex has expanded manufacturing capabilities at its Telford site under a £1.8m investment set to cut lead times for customers.
The North East Autism Society is fitting in-vehicle driver behaviour technology from Lightfoot to its fleet as it looks to enhance driver behaviour and improve safety.
Privately owned business services firm James Frew has awarded a five-year contract extension to Ctrack after seeing a wide range of benefits from the telematics system.
Fleets can now avoid the perennial issue of flat batteries with the help of the Trakm8 Prime tracking technology.
Fleets are being warned of the need to carry out whole-life cost analysis before switching away from diesel vehicles as latest research finds almost two third sof larger businesses are considering phasing it out.
Senior Traffic Commissioner Richard Turfitt is to outline progress in targeting seriously and serially uncompliant transport operators at the Microlise Transport Conference this spring.
Axis Fleet Management has appointed Steve Lymer as its new sales director.
Tolls on the Severn Bridge have been cut by almost a fifth as the crossings return to public ownership.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has extended its scrappage scheme until the end of March.
Mercedes-Benz dealer Rygor Commercials is driving changes for vans with the creation of a new dedicated business development role.
British Gas has signed up Kwik Fit to supply a range of tyre-related services across its 12,500-strong van fleet as the two firms resume their partnership.
Pontyclun-based LVT Transport has added a new Sprinter to its Mercedes-Benz dominated fleet to service a new contract with a global logistics business.
New light commercial vehicle registrations fall -3.6% to 362,149 units in 2017, marking the first decline since 2012.
CitySprint is trialling a hydrogen van as part of its wider ambition to create a completely emission-free fleet in the Capital by 2020.