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Fuel cell demonstrator vehicle

MAHLE Powertrain and Bramble Energy launch fuel cell demonstrator vehicle

MAHLE Powertrain and Bramble Energy have jointly agreed to continue their collaboration to develop Bramble’s PCBFC™ hydrogen fuel cell technology. The phase 1 demonstrator vehicle was

Two Nissan Townstar vans being charged up

Nissan reveals the all-new Townstar van

Nissan reveals the next generation compact light commercial vehicle (LCV), the all-new Townstar. With a fully electric version in addition to a fuel-powered option, this

Squinting driver

Number plate test: an easy way to regularly self-check eyesight

Fewer than 50% of motorists are aware that they must be able to read a number plate from 20 metres away, new research from the

Lorry on a dual carrigeway

FUELMAX ENDURANCE: Goodyear’s new fuel efficient and versatile tyre

Goodyear has announced a new fuel efficient and versatile product line called FUELMAX ENDURANCE. This range of steer and drive axle tyres provides an innovative

A20 protesters sitting in the road

Government extends legal action against protesters

A further injunction has been approved Friday 24 September by the High Court against climate activists who have been carrying out a string of disruptive

Mock sign saying driver shortage expect delays

More support to help people to become HGV drivers

Up to 4,000 people will soon be able to take advantage of training courses to become HGV drivers, as part of a package of measures

Petrol shortage

Petrol shortage: Government prepares to call in the army

BP said nearly a third of its British petrol stations had run out of the two main grades of fuel on Sunday as panic buying forced

Freight in the City

Renault Trucks to showcase Z.E. Electric in Freight in the City 2021

Answering today’s urgent need to improve air quality and reduce noise pollution in our cities, Renault Trucks will showcase vehicles from its award-winning electric Z.E.


Freight Association welcomes clarity on Brexit procedures

One week on from a seminar held by the British International Freight Association (BIFA) to address some of the unfinished issues faced by the logistics


Self-driving commercial vehicles

Autonomous driving of commercial vehicles has been a subject of debate for years, but the idea now seems to be becoming reality with manufacturers and