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Law change set to allow newly qualified tee...

May 23, 2022No Comments

Plans to scrap EU rules and allow newly qualified drivers to operate lorries need to be carefully considered, according to freight booker Zeus Labs. The

Apprentice and Apprentice Mentor of the Yea...

May 23, 2022No Comments

The ABP British Bodyshop Awards took place last night, giving companies an industry platform to recognise and celebrate the fantastic work of bodyshops and individuals

HGV registrations restricted by supply chai...

May 23, 2022No Comments

HGV registrations fell by 2.3% in the first quarter of 2022, as supply chain and economic headwinds hamper recovery. The market remains 17.1% behind its


Jon Lawes appointed BVRLA Chair

May 23, 2022No Comments

The BVRLA has welcomed Jon Lawes as the new Chair of the association, taking over from Nina Bell, who oversaw an extended, three-year tenure due

Van refueling with hydrogen

Weaning European transport off fossil fuels

May 23, 2022No Comments

The European Commission’s proposals to reduce faster Europe’s dependence on fossil fuels rightly aims to tackle twin geopolitical and climate crises. A key tenet of

Electric car on the road

Electric Vehicle ‘out of charge’ halved...

May 23, 2022No Comments

Potential EV owners should not be put off by concerns over ‘range anxiety’ despite the hype, according to the AA president. The proportion of EVs

Driver getting instruction on how to tow a trailer

RED Driver Risk Management is inaugural mem...

May 20, 2022No Comments

RED Driver Risk Management has been made an inaugural member of the Government’s new safe towing scheme, intended to give businesses accredited training for drivers

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Lunaz Applied Technologies reveals anatomy ...

May 19, 2022No Comments

Ahead of a landmark nationwide roll-out of industrial upcycled electric vehicles (UEVs), Lunaz Applied Technologies (LAT) reveals its earliest and most ambitious design and powertrain


Construction fleets’ fuel bills could inc...

May 19, 2022No Comments

Construction fleets’ fuel bills could increase by at least 50% following axing of red diesel rebate, warns RAM Tracking Fleets that have construction vehicles on


Goodyear SightLine: tyre intelligence drive...

May 18, 2022No Comments

As vehicles – and their surroundings – increasingly and automatically communicate in our ever-more connected world, data is an important key in this ecosystem. Through