MEPs have called for direct vision standards to be proposed by the European Commission when it overhauls vehicle safety rules early next year.
A Birmingham poultry firm has had its transport licence suspended for two weeks after previous illegal vehicle operations were uncovered.
The LFEP has seized more than 200 vehicles and issued more than 9,000 fixed penalty notices and traffic offence reports during its first two years.
RH Logistics, a specialist transporter of high-value medical equipment, has added three Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 316 CDI Long vans to its fleet.
Hope for Tomorrow is the world's first fleet of mobile chemo units, and it has saved patients over 2 million miles of travel and has reduced emissions
John Maslen finds that less is more in the future of commercial fleet vehicles.
DAF Trucks' new MD Robin Easton intends to bring greater global insight to the UK truck business, building upon retired MD Ray Ashworth’s eight-year legacy.
Greater flexibility is sought as firms want their contract hire agreements to have less painful penalties should the markets decline