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PEUGEOT offers FREE2MOVE Connect Fleet telematics on new vans

PEUGEOT’s award-winning light commercial vehicle (LCV) range is now available with a complimentary six-month trial subscription to its FREE2MOVE Connect Fleet telematics service when customers

Trafic Passenger

Renault PRO+ confirms full specifications for Trafic Passenger

The refined and stylish New Trafic Passenger is now available to order offering a dynamic new exterior design with distinctive and technological details, complemented by

Ring Automotive

‘Expel germs and stay safe’ urges Ring Automotive

As plans to ease the third UK lockdown begin to formulate, fleet managers are continually looking for ways to be proactive as possible and embrace

highway maintenance

‘Up-down’ approach to highways maintenance funding ‘wasteful’

A legacy of inconsistent funding is still preventing local authorities from being able to provide long term, cost effective maintenance improvements for local roads. That’s


Octopus launches new EV leasing company to unlock salary sacrifice

Octopus Electric Vehicles today announces the launch of a new leasing service – Electric Dreams – offering 100% electric salary sacrifice schemes, to save employees

light commercial vehicle

New van market still playing catch-up

The new light commercial vehicle market grew by 85.5% in March with 56,122 vans joining UK roads with the ’21 new number plate, according to

Carrier Transicold

Carrier Transicold increases Henry Colbeck’s refrigerated fleet

Fish and chip shop supplier Henry Colbeck has taken delivery of three new 26-tonne MAN rigid trucks, each mounted with a Carrier Transicold Supra® 750

Jaguar I-PACE

VCS unveils zero emissions Jaguar I-PACE Rapid Response Vehicles

VCS, the UK’s market-leading ambulance conversion specialist, has today unveiled the latest zero emissions vehicle to enter its range. The all-electric Jaguar I-PACE Rapid Response


Suspension of driver and vehicle testing shrinks DVSA finances

The extent of the pandemic’s impact on DVSA coffers has been revealed in a Parliamentary minute, which confirmed that the testing and enforcement agency will

Logistics UK

Logistics UK response to the prospect of testing drivers and other logistics workers on arrival in the UK

Responding to Sunday’s (28 March 2021) announcement that logistics drivers, air crews and rail workers  are to be tested for COVID19 on their arrival to

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