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Volta Trucks announces first production orders of over 300 vehicles

Volta Trucks, the leading and disruptive full-electric commercial vehicle manufacturer and services provider, has announced a strong start to 2023 by confirming customer production orders

Delivering better rest stops for lorry drivers

Independent watchdog Transport Focus calls for the lorry driver’s voice to be at the heart of improving rest stops. Transport Focus held an event at

GRIDSERVE launches fuelService assistance at Electric Forecourts®

GRIDSERVE is continuing to demonstrate their commitment to making EV charging as easy and accessible as possible with the inclusion of the Electric Forecourts® on

Apprentice of the Year hat trick for Motus Scunthorpe technician

Newly graduated HGV Technician, Joshua Barber has scooped Motus Commercials Apprentice of the Year for the third time – the very first to do it!

Why the UK needs to ‘go Dutch’ on electric car charging

When it comes to the mass adoption of electric vehicles in the UK, there are a range of barriers cited, from naysayers and believers alike.

New research reveals the most economical vans

New research has revealed the Vauxhall Corsavan to be the most fuel-efficient van for tradespeople when it comes to fuel. The diesel model costs just

Top 4 fleet technology trends for 2023 and beyond

The adoption of technology across the transport and fleet industry has risen considerably in recent years. As businesses strive to optimise efficiency, safety, compliance, and

CoolKit smashes annual sales record in 2022

CoolKit, the UK’s largest specialist in temperature-controlled light commercial vehicles, has announced record sales orders in 2022 of £20.1million – beating its previous best year

Why data is the driver in fleet electrification

The cost of using public rapid and ultra-rapid chargers has risen by 50% since May, according to new data from RAC Charge Watch. The motoring

Logistics UK calls for ULEZ mitigations

Logistics UK has today (24 January 2023) reiterated its call for mitigations to be made in relation to the expansion of the London Ultra Low