Certas Energy tanker

Certas to offer vegetable oil at HGV refuelling sites

Certas Energy is rolling out Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) across its HGV refuelling sites nationwide. The company says fleet operators can instantly cut up to

Logistics UK welcomes driver licensing review

Logistics UK has welcomed the government’s announcement of a call for evidence on opportunities for changes to the driver licensing regime. Chris Yarsley, Logistics UK’s Road

How can HGV drivers beat the heat and keep cool?

Following record temperatures seen in July, it’s possible there is another heatwave on the horizon. Whilst it may not reach the heights of 40 degrees,

Fitted Dash Cam Lexus

200 percent growth for Nextbase Dash Cams

Nextbase, the UK’s leading Dash Cam brand, has seen a 200 percent increase in year-on-year sales to the UK’s leading automotive brands, amidst an ambitious

FairFuelUK accuse fuel companies of racketeering

“Rishi, Liz: MPs and the Nation want real action on reducing fuel supply chain profiteering to help cut the cost of living and reduce inflationary


MG Motor UK announces specifications of striking new MG4 EV

MG is announcing more specifications of its all-new, much-anticipated MG4 EV – an all-electric hatchback dedicated to offering customers space, technology, affordability and driving quality.

M53 closure to help construct hydrogen-powered refinery

National Highways is paving the way for cutting carbon emissions at one of the country’s biggest oil refineries. The company, responsible for operating the country’s

UK haulage prices show July drop

The latest TEG index data reveals that the average price-per-mile for haulage vehicles dropped between June and July for the first time since 2019, in

Be Seen Screen on car

Breakdown warning triangles neither ‘safe or realistic’

Alternative high visibility options are “urgently needed” to warn other road users of broken down vehicles and prevent serious collisions. That’s according to the entrepreneur

Port of Felixstowe

Eight-day strike threatened at the Port of Felixstowe

Container deliveries to and from the Port of Felixstowe are facing severe disruption as over 1,900 workers prepare to stage an eight-day strike after negotiations