31 Jul 2018
Safety has been a priority at family-owned R&B Star for three generations, says Andrew Robertson. By John Maslen
29 Jun 2018
Some experts say battery range reservations mean that diesel will be around for a long time; others feel gas-powered or hydrogen fuel cells may provide some of the clean air answers.
Petrol van sales have seen triple digit increase but demand for AFVs has slipped into reverse. By Dean Bowkett
28 Jun 2018
UTG provides local authorities with the framework for formulating transport policies. But vehicle exclusion is not part of its agenda. By Stephen Briers
Courier Absolutely's managing director Jeremy Thompson is employing a number of solutions to tackle the issue of urban congestion. By John Maslen
1 Jun 2018
Autonomous-driving small vans, low-speed robots and high-flying drones are just some of the methods being trialled as home delivery sector seeks answers to one of its biggest problems
Legislators’ bid to nudge drivers of older vans to move to cleaner diesels appears to have backfired. By Dean Bowkett
31 May 2018
Mike Belk outlines Mercedes-Benz Truck’s vision of the future, and parent Daimler is investing £2.2bn to achieve it.
29 May 2018
Andrew Winstone sought reliability from his vehicles plus a dedicated response when things go awry when he went to tender. By John Maslen
17 May 2018
This month, the FTA's Member Advice Centre has been inundated with questions - here are a few highlights answered by FTA manager of van information Eamonn Brennan.