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Willis Towers Watson chooses Lightfoot as Motor Risk Management Partner

Willis Towers Watson, the global insurance broker, has selected Lightfoot’s trail-blazing in-cab driver coaching technology and rewards platform as a self-managed solution to help company car and

all-lane-running smart motorways

Majority of drivers think all-lane-running smart motorways should be scrapped

Six in 10 drivers (62%) think that all-lane-running smart motorway schemes should be scrapped entirely and the hard shoulder reinstated, while retaining the technology that


Simplytrak fleet management solutions secure success

East Riding based Simplytrak continues to expand its reach and is now positioned as the go-to expert for vehicle immobilisers and tracking software. Simplytrak has

MASS barrier

Barriers help to keep traffic moving during Commonwealth roadworks scheme

Hardstaff Barriers has installed more than three miles of its popular MASS barrier in Birmingham as part of an exciting project to create a priority


InstaVolt commits to significant expansion of its UK presence

Leading EV charge point network InstaVolt today announces its commitment to UK EV customers with the expansion of its product offering and a pledge to


Largest-ever retrofit order for Allison’s FuelSense® 2.0 software

Allison Transmission will retrofit FuelSense® 2.0 software to 493 Dennis Eagle and Mercedes-Benz Econic trucks operated by Biffa, the leading waste management company. This aftermarket

HGV driving tests

Criticism mounts over Government plans to streamline HGV driving tests

The new HGV driving test requirements are a “panicked” reaction to a driver shortage created by the government’s policy on Brexit, warns parcel delivery service

used LCVs

ULEZ expansions fuels ‘record-breaking’ month for used LCVs

Cox Automotive is reporting record-breaking demand for used LCVs at auction throughout August 2021 with no signs that figures are about to drop to normal

Road to Zero

Gaps appear in fleet sector’s Road to Zero

Dangerous gaps have appeared in the fleet market’s road to zero, with some sectors accelerating towards the petrol and diesel phase-out and others stuck at

Earned Recognition

Earned recognition tops 100 operators

Almost 10% of the UK truck fleet is now represented on the Earned Recognition scheme, according to DVSA head of national enforcement Caroline Hicks. Speaking at