Clean Air Zones (CAZs) are unfairly targeting hauliers and pricing trucks off the road, say a coalition of industry bodies.
Thousands of commercial vehicles face charges of up to £300 a day to enter London.
Guide highlights key information and calling for fleet operators to take part in the consultation process.
Clean Air Zones (CAZ) in Leeds and Birmingham will have significant costs for businesses, says the Freight Transport Association (FTA).
Commercial vehicles manufacturers must remind fleet operators about the green technology options available to them, according to West Midlands Metro Mayor Andy Street.
HGV coalition of trade associations asks Government to protect businesses that rely on trucks from ‘unfair’ air quality charges.
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
The introduction of Clean Air Zones from 2019 will see demand for used Euro 6 vans grow, keeping values high, says Shoreham Vehicle Auctions.
Three city councils are adopting different strategies, causing concern for those with nationwide fleet operations who need consistency.
Long replacement cycles for vans could leave fleet operators facing daily charges when clean air zones (CAZs) are introduced in London and other major cities.
Uncertainty over Sadiq Khan’s plans for a Direct Vision Standard is leading to commercial fleets delaying the adoption of cleaner trucks, says the FTA.
Lack of clear guidance over clean air zones and Direct Vision Standard is causing concern.