A new Fair Wear and Tear Guide for commercial vehicles over 3.5 tonnes and minibuses up to 17 seats has been launched.
As authorities bid to encourage cycling and walking, freight has been ‘completely overlooked’.
Welcome Break and Extra MSA Services are implementing robust hygiene practices in order to protect drivers from coronavirus (COVID-19).
The commercial fleet industry is warning that a new points-based immigration system could bring the supply chain to a grinding halt.
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.
Drivers’ hours rules relaxed further as trade bodies say supply chain can keep goods moving with Government support.
Relaxation acknowledges the vital contribution that the commercial fleet industry is playing in keeping the economy moving during the coronavirus pandemic
Transport and logistics specialist recruitment company is a key partner in this year’s National Lorry Week (15-21 September).
New DfT training programme aims to support and upskill unemployed, veterans and re-offenders to take up a transport career.
Improvements have been made, but applications take too long and restricted licences should be dropped, say fleets. John Lewis reports
They can be a really useful resource but fleets must manage the process carefully, say experts
Proactive, intelligence-led safety interventions can help fleets recruit and retain drivers, says SmartDrive Systems.
The Road Haulage Association has now evaluated its first 10 HGV driver trainees as part of its challenge to help bring through the next generation of HGV drivers.
HGV coalition of trade associations asks Government to protect businesses that rely on trucks from ‘unfair’ air quality charges.
The Road Haulage Association (RHA) is concerned about reports that criminals are ‘gassing’ lorry drivers before stealing goods from their trucks.
The RHA (Road Haulage Association) has urged the Government to support its members who have been affected by Carrillion going into liquidation.
The FTA and the RHA have criticised an increase in the fines imposed by Ashford Borough Council as part of its overnight truck parking enforcement trial.
The RHA has hit back at the Metropolitan Police Service's decision to not investigate some crimes as it fears London-based drivers will be targeted.
Commercial fleet operators have welcomed the beginning of the end for year-on-year toll increases for users of the two Severn Bridges on the M4 and M48.
A “record-breaking” 252 HGV drivers were turned away from Ashford Truckstop, Kent due to lack of parking.