Category : News
One of the UK’s leading floor covering distributors has appointed Licence Bureau to carry out licence checking of its drivers for its 52-strong commercial vehicle fleet.
Bookings are now open for the Freight Transport Association’s Transport Manager conference series, which will once again highlight key issues for those working in the industry.
LCV registrations saw a rise in June following four consecutive months of decline.
VPS UK is reducing its average van fleet costs while also taking action to enhance road risk management with the help of Fleet Service Great Britain (FSGB).
June LCV values saw some strong year-on-year rises along with marginal changes from May, although coming months could see rising market pressures.
FleetCheck’s Walkaround Check App for commercial vehicles has achieved more than 1,000 downloads in its first 60 days on sale.
CV fleets are likely to be hit hardest by anti-diesel measures due to a lack of alternatives available.
The M3 ‘smart motorway’ has opened in Surrey and Hampshire following a £174m upgrade.
Fleets are being urged to ramp up the security on their vans as latest TRACKER analysis shows thieves are still using traditional methods.
A van driver has been caught on dashcam footage causing a smash with an HGV while chatting on his mobile. Dash cam footage from VisionTrack clearly shows the driver talking on his mobile phone. ... Read More »
Sainsbury’s has triggered a fresh fuel pricing war with the announcement that it’s cutting up to 2ppl just ahead of the busy holiday season.
Volkswagen is boosting equipment levels across all 2018 Caddy models while also lowering prices for petrol versions.
The UK’s first self-driving delivery vehicle trials have started in Greenwich under a project between Ocado and the TRL-led GATEway Project.
Fleet managers estimate 14% of their workforce’s time is lost as a result of congestion, as new analysis finds that it’s one of the biggest bugbears for drivers.
Truckman has launched a new Utility hardtop that converts the latest-generation Hilux Double Cab and Extra Cab into a mobile workshop and stores.
London businesses and business groups can now apply for funding to deploy low emission vehicle infrastructure or zero emission home delivery services.
Intended to bridge the gap between daily rental and leasing, a new mini lease service including LCVs has launched from FleetEurope.
The Freight Transport Association (FTA) is chasing up the Government on its pre-election promises to scrap all charges on the Severn Bridges.
Champfleurie Estates has expanded its distribution fleet after taking delivery of its third Isuzu Grafter 3.5-tonne truck.
Foundation engineering company Roger Bullivant says its implementation of a new fleet of Euro-6 vans has been driven by its membership of FORS, the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan is to look at measures including road pricing, measures to cut down or retime van and lorry trips and a zero-emission zone in central London in a move to … Read More »
Motorway service stations and large fuel retailers will be required to install EV charge points under legislation planned for in the Queen’s Speech. James Firth, FTA’s head of licensing policy and compliance information. The ... Read More »
The Road Haulage Association (RHA) and the Freight Transport Association (FTA) are calling for government intervention after a Polish van driver was killed at Calais as a result of migrant action.
Switching business-critical and high-mileage fleets to ULEVs would cost fleets more and impact on day-to-day operations.
Drivers who spend long amounts of time behind the wheel are being warned that their skin can get sun damaged – even with the windows closed.
Millbrook Healthcare has taken delivery of 27 new Peugeot vans, marking the 400th Peugeot to join the company’s fleet.
Commercial vehicle drivers, including van drivers, are being called on to enter the Freight Transport Association’s search for the Driver of the Year 2017.
Derbyshire-based Holdsworth Foods is adding a further 19 Isuzu rigids to its fleets two years after it acquired its first ever Isuzu models.