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bp pulse Cransley Park EV Hub in Kettering

bp pulse opens its largest most powerful EV charging hub in the UK

bp pulse, one of the leading ultra-fast and rapid public EV charging networks in the UK, has opened its fastest, most powerful and largest EV

London's Ultra Low Emissions Zone

Driving law updates and news for 2023

Every year the UK government announces a new set of driving rules and regulations to help make our roads safer and improve the experience for

Renault Arkana

Renault UK celebrates impressive start to 2023

Renault is on track for a strong first quarter in the UK car market as it continues its significant sales growth, with a notable highlight

DB Schenker visit Volta Trucks

DB Schenker visits Volta Trucks contract manufacturing facility

Volta Trucks welcomed DB Schenker, one of the world’s leading logistics service providers, to its contract manufacturing facility in Steyr, Austria, this week to see

Hot-end emissions

BM Catalysts to shed light on future technology

BM Catalysts will be focusing on the future at this year’s upcoming Automechanika Birmingham, as the aftermarket specialist prepares to share insights on the latest

Using elbow to steer car transporter

Driver caught steering car transporter with just his elbow

Police officers overtaking a heavily-laden car transporter were shocked to discover the driver was using just one elbow to control the huge vehicle as he

Euro NCAP releases more stringent Commercial Van ratings for 2023

In 2021 Euro NCAP launched the Commercial Van Safety Rating to improve safety information for fleet managers and provide a safer experience for van drivers

HGV Driver Training

Reforms to HGV & bus driver training could boost recruitment

Numbers of HGV, bus and coach drivers could be boosted through proposed reforms to driver training rules, further supporting the UK’s vital supply chain and

Parcelhub Depot Birmingham

Parcel tracking pioneer celebrates 20-year anniversary

Parcelhub is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the startup of the company in 2003.  Now part of the Whistl Group, the business began as Mail

Woman charging her car at a supermarket

How to adopt the right charging infrastructure for your business

Over recent years, making a conscious effort to reduce corporate carbon emissions and become more sustainable has switched from being a consideration, to something that