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Drivers need greater understanding of automated features

IAM RoadSmart is calling for information on the capabilities of autonomous and automated vehicle technologies to be included in the UK driving test. According to


Hultsteins exhibit sustainable systems at ITT Hub 2021

Hultsteins, the Swedish and UK refrigeration systems manufacturer, are exhibiting their sustainable, hydraulic ‘diesel-free’ transport refrigeration and electric generator systems at ITT Hub 2021. The

DA Techs

UK’s first ‘Hotel & Spa’ for car wheels has opened in Lancashire

Dreaming of that perfect getaway? The nice hotel, the buffet breakfast, the days by the pool? Ever thought your tyres might be feeling similar? Well,


Cardiff Council improves safety with new Mercedes impact protection vehicles

Cardiff Council has added two Mercedes-Benz Econic impact protection vehicles for use by its highways team. Based on low-entry 18-tonne Econic chassis, the vehicles are

Driving tests

Driving tests for lorries set to restart in England and Wales

Following further easing of lockdown restrictions in England and Wales, driving lessons and tests for lorry drivers candidates can restart today, 12 April 2021. DVSA


A Minor miracle

For sale – a mint 70 year-old Morris that spent 27 years in Africa Looking almost as fresh as the day it was born, ‘YSY


Miniclipper Logistics celebrates 50th anniversary

Miniclipper Logistics celebrated its half century of trading on 23 March 2021 by announcing a £5.5million investment in its transport and warehousing divisions as it

tyre safety

Cutting edge technology on right track to improve tyre safety

Cutting edge technology that monitors tyre pressures, tread depth and the axle weight of HGVs has been hailed for its potential in boosting safety on

Hydrogen fuel cell

Hydrogen fuel cell vans on the way

PEUGEOT, Citroen and Vauxhall vans will be powered by hydrogen fuel cells from as early as next year. Stellantis, the joint PSA and Fiat Chrysler

smart motorways

Experienced motorists have no trust in smart motorways

A new web poll on smart motorways from the UK’s largest independent road safety charity, IAM RoadSmart, has revealed that the majority of respondents (85

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