Barry Proctor Services is backing the Highways England call for road users to ensure they carry out simple safety checks on their vehicles and loads before any journey.
HGV Levy to be suspended to help reduce financial liabilities for UK and foreign hauliers struggling to cope with impact of Covid-19, says Government.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) have announced that MOT tests for lorries, buses or trailers will restart from July 4.
On-site Bronze audits for the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) will resume in England from today (Monday, June 15).
The temporary relaxation of the enforcement of drivers’ hours rules, introduced at the start of the coronavirus crisis, will end after Sunday (June 14).
Commercial Fleet and Fleet News are asking for fleet decision-makers’ experience of handling the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic with a quick-fire, multiple choice survey.
The Freight Transport Association (FTA) and the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), have launched the Good Practice Guide for Covid-19.
Rivus Fleet Solutions has announced it is providing low cost MOTs to support NHS and care workers through the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
By Barney Goffer, product manager at Teletrac Navman
Many small businesses won’t last more than a few months if the lockdown continues, a survey from Vanarama suggests.
By John Perry, executive director at SCALA
The Department For Transport (DfT) has announced the temporary removal of the routine D4 medical for truck and bus drivers.
Michelin has issued special guidance for firms parking fleets of cars and vans for extended periods during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Prohire Software has launched a virtual vehicle rental network in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
DriveTech has ditched the classroom for digital-based driver training during the coronavirus crisis.
With the extension of MOT expiration dates, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has complied a list of key checks to help van operators keep vans road legal.
Demands currently faced by the commercial fleet sector could have made compliance with the new standards difficult to achieve.
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.
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.