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Free FORS training places up for grabs

FORS will offer funded places on a selection of its driver specific training courses, to help members upskill their driving workforce. The free-of-charge training places,

Biffa fits live camera safety system

Waste management company Biffa is fitting live cameras to more than 80 vehicles in a move designed to improve safety. The RXLite camera system, provided

Volvo Cars and Uber present production vehicle ready for self-driving

Volvo Cars, a leader in automotive safety, and Uber, the leading ride-hailing firm, today present a jointly developed production car capable of driving by itself,

Transport Secretary leads the way in transition to a zero-emission future

The Transport Secretary has set out plans for the government to move towards completely ultra-low emission car fleets over the next decade. Last year’s Road to

Drivers who suffer glare from headlights say the problem is getting worse

Half of regular drivers say they are suffering more from the effect of dazzling headlights than they were just 12 months ago, research conducted by

Honda e platform and battery details unveiled

Honda has announced the details of the chassis, battery and charging details for the highly anticipated Honda e compact electric car. Designed from the ground

Free2Move Lease summer offers bring competitive deals for business drivers

Business leasing company Free2Move Lease has introduced a range of summer offers, available now across car and van models. Deals include the New DS3 CROSSBACK

NHS Shared Business Services names fuelGenie as approved fuel card supplier

Fuel card provider fuelGenie has been officially accredited to supply fuel card services to the National Health Service in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland,

Volvo Trucks presents an autonomous transport solution between a logistics centre and port

Volvo Trucks’ electric, connected and autonomous vehicle Vera will form part of an integrated solution to transport goods from a logistics centre to a port

Not aloud: new cameras to catch noisy motorists

‘Noise cameras’ could soon be a fixture on UK roads after the Department for Transport (DfT) announced new plans to tackle noisy drivers. The cameras,

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