The Apprenticeship Levy has come under fire from the FTA, with the trade association calling for the charge to be paused during the COVID-19 crisis.
The new van market fell by more than half in March, with just over 30,000 units registered as lockdown measures came into force.
Isuzu has committed to support its customers, key workers and the country’s essential services during the Coronavirus crisis.
A dedicated on-call mobile service team will help keep fleet partner’s vans on the road to deliver vital products during the COVID-19 crisis.
Red Driver Training is urging delivery companies not to overlook the importance of driver training as they recruit thousands of new employees to cope with demand.
Paccar, the parent company of Daf Trucks, is to extend the global shutdown of its truck and engine production facilities until April 20 due to the impact of the coronavirus.
CPC training providers are offering drivers remote training to help fill the gap after coronavirus forced the closure of classroom-based courses.
Rivus Fleet Solutions has implemented a range of processes to ensure it continues to deliver its services to customers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Welcome Break and Extra MSA Services are implementing robust hygiene practices in order to protect drivers from coronavirus (COVID-19).
The DAF Trucks dealer network continues to operate at, or very close to, normal service levels.
Leeds City Council has joined Birmingham in asking the Government to delay implementing its clean air zone (CAZ), which was due to go live on September 28.
Activate Group Ltd’s (AGL) network of approved vehicle repairers is offering fast-tracked services to NHS and fleet delivery drivers.
The Safe Loading Pass Scheme (SLPS) Management Group has announced it is providing extensions on Safe Loading Passes soon to expire.
A zero emission zone (ZEZ) due to open in Oxford at the end of the year has been delayed to summer 2021.
The Freight Transport Association (FTA) is urging businesses to stay open to lessen the economic impact of COVID-19.
An extension to the Brexit transition period is essential as the country deals with the coronavirus crisis, claim two of the industry’s leading trade bodies.
Microlise has announced it will provide its SmartFlow driver and subcontractor management app free of charge during the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus has forced the DVSA to extend the MOT on vans and other light commercial vehicles (LCVs) for six months.
Driving Monitor has produced an essential guide for drivers working for key industries during the coronavirus crisis.
Dennis Eagle will continue to operate its spare parts business and workshops, as well as its team of field engineers, so it can support the waste collection sector during the Coronavirus pandemic.