HGV

Alliance Transport Technologies is revoluti...

Aug 21, 2019No Comments

Aftermarket solutions provider, Alliance Transport Technologies (ATT), is changing the way contract labour is applied across the bus, coach and commercial vehicle industries with the

Scania adds a 540 hp version to its 13-litr...

Aug 16, 2019No Comments

Scania’s range of industry leading 13-litre engines is now complemented by a 540 hp version. The new engine – DC13 166 – is primarily intended for

Dometic launches ultra slim highly efficien...

Aug 15, 2019No Comments

Driving long range requires some breaks for drivers to rest and recover in order to stay alert. In warmer climates, parking coolers are a prerequisite

Yodel invents trailer safety gate system to...

Aug 15, 2019No Comments

Independent UK parcel carrier, Yodel, has partnered with trailer manufacturer Cartwright to develop an innovative new safety gate system designed to reduce accidents as part

New Schmitz Cargobull reefers provide cool ...

Aug 12, 2019No Comments

Dublin-based Dixon International Transport has refreshed 10 per cent of its trailer fleet by investing in 30 new Schmitz Cargobull tri-axle reefers, for use on

Evaluation of the HGV speed limit change

Jul 01, 2019Comments off

In 2015, the maximum speed limit was raised for HGVs over 7.5 tonnes by 10mph. This means that trucks and lorries can travel at 50mph

Female engineers inspiring a future generat...

Jun 17, 2019Comments off

The UK has the lowest percentage of female engineers in Europe*, but on this year’s International Women in Engineering Day, two females from one of

New diesel HGV lorries banned by 2040

Apr 23, 2019Comments off

New diesel HGV lorries should be banned by no later than 2040, a new report by the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) has said. The NIC

LGV drivers & cyclists swap wheels for...

Nov 23, 2018Comments off

Ford’s Transport Operations team partnered with the London Cycling campaign to bring Ford’s ‘WheelSwap’ VR experience to life. ‘WheelSwap’, which is part of Ford’s ‘Share

Fatal bus crash ‘may prompt compulsory te...

Oct 16, 2018Comments off

A fatal bus crash in Coventry city centre in October 2015 could prompt new regulations to make telematics and driver behaviour monitoring compulsory in public

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