Birmingham has joined Bath in announcing a start date for its charging clean air zone (CAZ) after the schemes were approved by Government.
Pandemic-influenced improvements to air quality look like being lost as country gets mobile.
Freight Transport Association (FTA) claims air quality measures proposed by Newcastle City Council will help
10 range-extended electric vehicles (REEVs) have entered UPS’s delivery fleet in its Tamworth depot and an additional five in Southampton.
Fleets are being urged to prepare for the introduction of the Birmingham Clean Air Zone (CAZ) by checking to see if their vehicle will be subject to the charge.
PVS Group has released a new white paper, ‘PVS Talks…WLTP Type Approval for LCVs’, to give fleet decision-makers WLTP and VED insight.
As uncertainty rages in Westminster it spells good news for one sector of the industry. By Dean Bowkett
With so many imponderables facing fleet decision-makers it’s hardly surprising sales of new vans are softening and interest in the used market is on the increase . By Dean Bowkett
Air quality zones start to influence used van demand as rising rental stock boosts prices. By Dean Bowkett
Clean Air Zones (CAZ) in Leeds and Birmingham will have significant costs for businesses, says the Freight Transport Association (FTA).
Three city councils are adopting different strategies, causing concern for those with nationwide fleet operations who need consistency.
Mercedes-Benz Vans research suggests that businesses and drivers most likely to be impacted by CAZ remain “in the dark” about the upcoming plans.