The Department of Health and Social Care has ordered 500 converted Renault Masters to double its existing fleet of Test and Trace mobile testing units.
Hauliers arriving in England from abroad from April 6, will need to take a Covid-19 test if they are staying for more than two days, the Government has announced.
SM UK has launched a new type of vehicle conversion, providing a Covid-safe environment for workers on remote sites.
Commercial vehicle usage remined closer to ‘normal’ during the second and third lockdowns when compared to the first, according to data from Quartix.
Europcar Van & Truck has seen a significant increase in demand for its fleet, which drove a 72% year-on-year increase in the number of vehicle rental days last year.
DfT is urging commercial drivers and their crews to check before they travel, after several European countries introduced Covid-19 testing requirements.
Current testing arrangements for hauliers crossing the Channel – where they must have had a negative coronavirus test within 72 hours of crossing – are set to continue.
Priority Freight has donated 180,000 IIR medical face masks, costing over £100,000, to charities and organisations affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Safety has been at the forefront of commercial fleet operations throughout the Covid-19 crisis, according to a new report from Logistics UK.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has launched a new delivery van conversion for the Volkswagen Crafter, in partnership with Bri-Stor Systems.
Fleet views sought after All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Road Freight and Logistics launches inquiry into the impact of fuel duty.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) says it is looking to work with fleets, but where it finds they are not managing the risk, it will take action.