Michael Ellis has announced that the Department for Transport would be reviewing the evidence for letting recovery operators use red flashing warning beacons
Hexagon Leasing has launched two Renault Master roadside assistance vehicles, which will be used to carry out services and assist with roadside breakdowns.
Allianz Global Assistance is launching a roadside assistance service for van owners, offering three different levels of cover, starting from £46.50.
The Freight Transport Association has signed a five-year contract extension with the AA for the provision of breakdown and recovery services to 2,000 FTA Recovery members.
The RAC has launched its first dedicated Truck Rescue Patrol, aiming to keep haulage and logistics customers on the move during the busiest time of the year.
UK firms running van and HGV fleets could lose more than £7,000 a year through vehicles being off the road due to breakdown, according to research by the RAC.
A partnership deal has been signed between Northgate Vehicle Hire and the AA to support the rental company’s aim of keeping its customers on the road longer and reducing costly vehicle down time.