The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has announced it is checking lorries for emissions cheat devices, with the nationwide rollout of enforcement action.
BP will be rolling out AdBlue pumps for with dedicated HGV dispensers available on commercial vehicle lanes by the end of the month.
Traffic commissioners and the DVSA to crack down on operators using ‘tank is full’ emulators.
Traffic Commissioner, Kevin Rooney, warns commercial fleets not to circumnavigate emission controls after more cases are unearthed.
The DVSA has issued a warning to fleets after roadside checks uncovered “very high” levels of use of emissions-cheating devices that disable AdBlue systems.
The ACEA has condemned the advertising, sale and use of any aftermarket device that can be used by truck operators to turn off emission control systems.
Many LCV fleets are underprepared for the use of AdBlue in new models that meet Euro 6 emissions legislation, says Arval.
by Gareth Jones, managing director, Dawsonrentals Vans
The Department for Transport is investigating the impact of AdBlue cheat devices amid calls from manufacturers and trade associations for them to be banned.
Moto Hospitality can now offer AdBlue from the pump at all 44 of its HGV forecourts across the UK.
AdBlue producer, Air1 used the CV Show last month to promote the importance of quality AdBlue.