They can be a really useful resource but fleets must manage the process carefully, say experts
A well thought out racking system using lightweight – yet sturdy – materials can increase usable space, improve safety, speed up job completion and save on fuel. It’s an attractive combination.
The risks and the precautions fleet operators and drivers can take in the wake of CVs used as weapons in recent terror attacks
Tyre, brake, clutch and road surface wear also play a significant part in the production of microscopic particles that can invade the body’s vital organs. By James Gordon
Owning a mobile or fixed weighing system may seem expensive but against potential fines the numbers stack up more positively, John Lewis discovers.
Switching to digital is the first step to Earned Recognition, and operators that comply with KPI requirements will reduce time-consuming roadside checks.
Mercedes-Benz Trucks MD Mike Belk says long-term prospects are good in wake of 2016 dip in registrations
Fleets Informed supplier partners claim that more companies are turning to them for information, management reports and innovation, but they believe there is still a vital role for fleet managers
Finding new methods of keeping off the kilos weighs heavy on the minds of those involved in commercial vehicle conversions
Uncertainty about length of contracts and the economy, plus the ability to add vehicles at short notice, are among the reasons why fleets are considering rental