Tag : vans
Tolls on the Severn Bridge have been cut by almost a fifth as the crossings return to public ownership.
A more grown-up business ethos is seeing an increasing number of van operators revise both their vehicle acquisition and operation practices, according to Vans4Lease.co.uk
Users of the FordPass mobility app can now access a new UK-wide hourly van hire feature, available 24/7 through Hertz and intended to facilitate the transportation of bulky home purchases.
The benefits of crash avoidance systems, in particular autonomous emergency braking (AEB), are to come under focus at a series of events being run by Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles and the Driving for Better Business … Read More »
Businesses are calling for clarity on the Government’s work on Clean Air Zones as new research reveals many fleets are in the dark as to current plans.
Opting for a coloured van can bring about a used value premium of up to nearly 7% compared to equivalent white vans, according to new research from Cap HPI.
Vanarama has introduced a new iVan chatbot that can help customers find and order vehicles.
Marshall Truck & Van has supplied HomeServe with 16 new Mercedes-Benz vans that the company has funded through contract hire agreements with sole leasing provider Arval.
LDV has appointed Bill Laidlaw as dealer development manager in the UK as it looks to expand its network further.
The first-ever issue of Van Fleet World iD digital magazine has gone live, delivering everything that decision-makers need to run essential van fleets.
Government air quality plans as well as other current and future issues affecting the commercial vehicle market are to come under focus at the September meeting of the Vehicle Remarketing Association.
PSA Group has become the latest manufacturer to offer a UK scrappage scheme covering the Peugeot, Citroen and DS brands.
The Liberal Democrats have pledged to ban the sale of small diesel vans by 2025, with plans to incentivise plug-ins as an alternative, according to their 2017 manifesto released today.